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Andrada e Silva (gesturing) talking to Maria Lepoldina, Princess Royal Regent of the Kingdom of Brazil on behalf of her husband Prince Pedro during a
Andrada e Silva (gesturing) talking to Maria Lepoldina, Princess Royal Regent of the Kingdom of Brazil on behalf of her husband Prince Pedro during a meeting with the Council of Ministers, 2 September 1822.
Portrait by Benedito Calixto
Portrait by Benedito Calixto
Prince Regent Pedro of Braganza (pointing) with Andrada e Silva (in civilian clothes) and others on the deck of the Brazilian frigate União, 8 Februar
Prince Regent Pedro of Braganza (pointing) with Andrada e Silva (in civilian clothes) and others on the deck of the Brazilian frigate União, 8 February 1822
The Founding of the Brazilian Fatherland, a 1899 allegorical painting depicting Andrada e Silva with the imperial flag and three major ethnic groups i
The Founding of the Brazilian Fatherland, a 1899 allegorical painting depicting Andrada e Silva with the imperial flag and three major ethnic groups in Brazil
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Painting Independence or Death, by Pedro Américo, depicting the Cry of Ipiranga on 7 September 1822, with prince Pedro's Guard of Honor greeting him i
Painting Independence or Death, by Pedro Américo, depicting the Cry of Ipiranga on 7 September 1822, with prince Pedro's Guard of Honor greeting him in support while some discard blue and white armbands that represented loyalty to Portugal.
Landing of Pedro Álvares Cabral in Brazil, South America, 1500.
Landing of Pedro Álvares Cabral in Brazil, South America, 1500.
Acclamation ceremony of King John VI of the new United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves in the Paço Real in Rio de Janeiro, temporary capi
Acclamation ceremony of King John VI of the new United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves in the Paço Real in Rio de Janeiro, temporary capital, Brazil, 6 February 1818.
The Portuguese Cortes
The Portuguese Cortes