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Dulce Maria de Guimarães Figueiredo (May 11, 1928 – June 6, 2011) was the wife of former Brazilian president João Figueiredo and thus the First Lady of Brazil from 1979 to 1985. A widow since 1999, she died June 6, 2011 at a clinic in Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro aged 83.

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  • Dulce María de Guimarães Castro (11 de mayo de 1928 — Rio de Janeiro, 6 de junio de 2011), fue la esposa del general João Baptista de Oliveira Figueiredo, presidente de Brasil de 1979 a 1985. Fue la última primera dama del período de la dictadura militar (1964-1985). Dulce Guimarães Castro se casó con João Baptista Figueiredo en 1942, tuvieron dos hijos, Paulo Roberto e João Batista Figueiredo Filho.
  • Dulce Maria de Guimarães Castro Figueiredo GCIH (11 de maio de 1928 — Rio de Janeiro, 6 de junho de 2011), nascida Dulce Maria de Guimarães Castro, foi a esposa do general João Baptista de Oliveira Figueiredo, o presidente do Brasil de 1979 a 1985. Foi a última primeira-dama do período da Ditadura Militar no país.
  • Dulce Maria de Guimarães Figueiredo (May 11, 1928 – June 6, 2011) was the wife of former Brazilian president João Figueiredo and thus the First Lady of Brazil from 1979 to 1985. A widow since 1999, she died June 6, 2011 at a clinic in Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro aged 83.
  • Dulce Figueiredo (* 11. Mai 1928; † 6. Juni 2011 in Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro; geborene Dulce Maria de Guimarães Castro) war Ehefrau des brasilianischen Generals João Figueiredo und während dessen Amtszeit als Staatspräsident von 1979 bis 1985 First Lady von Brasilien.
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  • Dulce Figueiredo (* 11. Mai 1928; † 6. Juni 2011 in Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro; geborene Dulce Maria de Guimarães Castro) war Ehefrau des brasilianischen Generals João Figueiredo und während dessen Amtszeit als Staatspräsident von 1979 bis 1985 First Lady von Brasilien. Aus der Ehe mit Figueiredo gingen zwei Söhne hervor. Nach dem Tod ihres Mannes im Dezember 1999 versteigerte sie 2001 aus seinem Nachlass 218 Objekte, darunter eine von Ronald Reagan geschenkte Bronzeplastik eines Cowboys, zwei Gemälde von Di Cavalcanti, eine von Antônio Carlos Magalhães erhaltene Rochusstatue, ein Tintenfass des spanischen Königs Juan Carlos I., einen Silberteller von Augusto Pinochet und eine Zigarrenkiste von Valéry Giscard d’Estaing.
  • Dulce María de Guimarães Castro (11 de mayo de 1928 — Rio de Janeiro, 6 de junio de 2011), fue la esposa del general João Baptista de Oliveira Figueiredo, presidente de Brasil de 1979 a 1985. Fue la última primera dama del período de la dictadura militar (1964-1985). Dulce Guimarães Castro se casó con João Baptista Figueiredo en 1942, tuvieron dos hijos, Paulo Roberto e João Batista Figueiredo Filho.
  • Dulce Maria de Guimarães Castro Figueiredo GCIH (11 de maio de 1928 — Rio de Janeiro, 6 de junho de 2011), nascida Dulce Maria de Guimarães Castro, foi a esposa do general João Baptista de Oliveira Figueiredo, o presidente do Brasil de 1979 a 1985. Foi a última primeira-dama do período da Ditadura Militar no país.
  • Dulce Maria de Guimarães Figueiredo (May 11, 1928 – June 6, 2011) was the wife of former Brazilian president João Figueiredo and thus the First Lady of Brazil from 1979 to 1985. A widow since 1999, she died June 6, 2011 at a clinic in Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro aged 83.
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