The House of Braganza (Portuguese: Casa de Bragança, Portuguese pronunciation: [bɾɐˈɣɐ̃sɐ]), formally the Most Serene House of Braganza (Sereníssima Casa de Bragança), or, in Brazil, the Most August House of Braganza (Augustíssima Casa de Bragança), is an imperial, royal, and noble dynasty of Portuguese origin, a branch of the House of Aviz, and thus a descendant house of the Portuguese House of Burgundy. The House evolved from being powerful dukes of Portuguese nobility, to ruling as the monarchs of Portugal and the Algarves, from 1640 to 1910, and as monarchs of Brazil, from 1815 to 1889.

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  • The House of Braganza (Portuguese: Casa de Bragança, Portuguese pronunciation: [bɾɐˈɣɐ̃sɐ]), formally the Most Serene House of Braganza (Sereníssima Casa de Bragança), or, in Brazil, the Most August House of Braganza (Augustíssima Casa de Bragança), is an imperial, royal, and noble dynasty of Portuguese origin, a branch of the House of Aviz, and thus a descendant house of the Portuguese House of Burgundy. The House evolved from being powerful dukes of Portuguese nobility, to ruling as the monarchs of Portugal and the Algarves, from 1640 to 1910, and as monarchs of Brazil, from 1815 to 1889. The House of Braganza was founded in 1442, when Afonso, 8th Count of Barcelos, illegitimate son of King John I of Portugal of the House of Aviz, was made Duke of Braganza as Afonso, Duke of Braganza, by his nephew, King Afonso V of Portugal. The feudal Brigantine dukes quickly amassed a fortune in properties, titles, and power and by the time of Fernando II, Duke of Braganza, the House was the most powerful in all of Portugal and of the greatest houses of the Iberian Peninsula. The House of Braganza became the rulers of the Kingdom of Portugal and the Algarves in 1640 when John IV of Portugal was declared king by the Portuguese nobility and subsequently waged the Portuguese Restoration War. The House of Braganza was only recognized as the legitimate ruling house of Portugal by the Philippine Dynasty during the reign of Afonso VI of Portugal, though effective and official control of the kingdom was seized and established in the 1640s. The Braganzas were deposed from the Portuguese throne in 1910, when the Portuguese Republic was proclaimed. The House of Braganza became the reigning house of Brazil, first, when the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves was created in 1815. The United Kingdom lasted until 1822, when the Empire of Brazil became independent from Portugal. The new Brazilian nation was led by Prince Pedro of Braganza, heir to the Portuguese throne, who ruled as Emperor Pedro I of Brazil, as well as King Pedro IV of Portugal. Until 1835, the Portuguese Braganzas were still in the line of succession to the Brazilian throne. The House was deposed from the Brazilian throne in 1889 when Brazil was proclaimed a republic. In 1834, with the end of the Liberal Wars, won by Emperor Pedro I of Brazil and Queen Maria II of Portugal against King Miguel I of Portugal, the House of Braganza was split into three branches. The first branch was the Legitimist House of Braganza, headed by Queen Maria II of Portugal, daughter of King Pedro IV, and her descendants, who ruled the Kingdom of Portugal. The second branch was the Brazilian House of Braganza, headed by Emperor Pedro I of Brazil, and his descendants, who ruled the Empire of Brazil. The third branch was the Miguelist House of Braganza, headed by King Miguel I of Portugal, and his descendants, who claimed the Portuguese throne after King Manuel II of Portugal's death, in 1932. In 1835, Queen Maria II of Portugal married Prince Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, later King Ferdinand II of Portugal. Despite the tradition of following the custom of patrilineal descent of royal houses, common throughout Europe, the children of the marriage between Queen Maria II and King Fernando II were members of the House of Braganza and ruled Portugal as Brigantine monarchs, not as Saxe-Coburg-Gotha monarchs. Some foreign genealogists have classified the descendants of Maria II and Fernando II into a separate house, usually named the House of Braganza-Saxe-Coburg and Gotha however, Article 5 of the Portuguese constitution of 1826 clearly states that "Continues the Reigning Dynasty of the Most Serene House of Braganza in the Person of Lady Princess Maria da Glória, by the Abdication and Cession of Her August Father Lord Pedro I, Emperor of Brazil, Legitimate Heir and Successor of Lord João VI.". After the proclamation of the republic in Brazil, the House continued to be the claimant house to the Brazilian throne until 1921, when Isabel, Princess Imperial of Brazil, daughter of Emperor Pedro II of Brazil, died and her claim passed to her son, Prince Pedro Henrique of Orléans-Braganza, and thus the House of Orléans-Braganza became the claimant house to the former monarchy of Brazil. The renunciation of dynastic rights, by Princess Isabel's eldest son, Pedro de Alcântara, Prince of Grão-Pará, later led to a dispute between the members of the Imperial House, and thus the leadership of the House of Orléans-Braganza is disputed by two branches of the House: the Vassouras branch, headed by Prince Luiz of Orléans-Braganza, and the Petrópolis branch, headed by Prince Pedro Carlos of Orléans-Braganza. When the Portuguese Republic was established, in 1910, King Manuel II and the rest of the Legitimist Braganzas went into exile. In 1932, when Manuel II died, the Legitimist House became extinct and the claim to the Portuguese throne passed to the descendants of King Miguel I, the Miguelist Braganzas, by way of Duarte Nuno, Duke of Braganza. The claim to the crown of Portugal, and thus to the leadership of the House of Braganza, passed to Prince Duarte Nuno's son, Duarte Pio, Duke of Braganza, when he died in 1976. (en)
  • Das Haus Braganza (in portugiesischer Schreibweise Bragança) ist eine portugiesische Adelsfamilie, die von 1640 bis 1853 die Könige von Portugal und von 1822 bis 1889 auch die Kaiser von Brasilien stellte. Benannt ist die Familie nach der gleichnamigen Stadt in Nordportugal. (de)
  • أسرة براغانزا هي احدى سلالة الأخيرة الذى حكمت البرتغال (1640-1910) وهي فرع من أسرة أفيز التى تعتبر فرع من أسرة بورغندي الكابيتيون من سليل الذكور,تقسم هذه الأسرة إلى قسمين حكمت الأولى البرتغال منذ نهاية حكم الأسرة الفيليبنية الهابسبورغ للبرتغال حتى عام 1853 والثانية منذ 1853 حتى انهيار نظام الملكي في البرتغال عام 1910 وقيام الجمهورية ولكن في عام 1860 بدأ القسم الثانية من أسرة تأخد أسم جديد بعد تنسل من أسرة ألمانية العريقة بيت ساكس كوبرغ وغوتا واصبح أسمها بيت براغانزا-ساكس كوبرغ وغوتا حيث أن الأمير فرناندو من ساكس وغوتا تزوج من ملكة البرتغال الأرملة أوغست، دوق ليوتشتينيرغ ماريا الثانيبعد سنة من وفاة زوجها الأولى هو حفيدة الأمبراطورة فرنسا جوزفين وحفيد بالتبني لنابليون توفى بعد ثلاثة شهور من زواجهما بدون انجاب وبعد أن تزوج فرناندو من ماريا لم يسمى ملكاً حتى انجبا طفلهما الأول بيدرو عام 1837 واصبح أول حكام أسرة الجديدة. (ar)
  • La casa de Braganza fue la dinastía reinante en Portugal desde el año 1640 hasta el año 1853. Fue la cuarta dinastía real portuguesa, tras las casas de Borgoña, Avis y Austria. En 1853 le sucedió la casa de Braganza Sajonia-Coburgo y Gotha. (es)
  • La deuxième maison de Bragance (dite Sérénissime Maison de Bragance) est une branche bâtarde de la maison capétienne d'Aviz. Issue du prince Alphonse, fils illégitime du roi Jean Ier de Portugal, elle a d'abord arboré le titre de duc de Bragance avant d’accéder au trône de Portugal entre 1640 et 1853. La deuxième maison de Bragance a également régné sur le Brésil entre 1815 et 1889. (fr)
  • La casa reale di Braganza (in portoghese: Casa Real de Bragança) è la dinastia che governò il Portogallo dal 1640 al 1836 e l'impero del Brasile dal 1822 al 1889. Deriva dalla casa reale d'Aviz, che governò il Portogallo dal 1385 al 1580. Fra le pochissime dinastie ad avere il Trattamento d'onore, fra alcuni suoi discendenti, di Sua altezza imperiale e reale. E 'stato sostituita da casa reale di Braganza-Sassonia-Coburgo-Gotha. (it)
  • ブラガンサ王朝(Dinastia de Bragança)は、1640年から1910年までポルトガル王国を統治したポルトガル最後の王朝。ブラジル帝国(1822年 - 1899年)の2人の皇帝も出している。 (ja)
  • Bragança (wym. [bɾɐˈɣɐ̃sɐ], także Braganza) – portugalska dynastia królewska, panująca w latach 1640-1910 oraz w Brazylii od 1822 do 1889. (pl)
  • A Casa de Bragança, oficialmente titulada como a Sereníssima Casa de Bragança é uma família nobre portuguesa, que teve muita influência e importância na Europa e no mundo até ao início do século XX. Tendo sido a casa real portuguesa de 1641 até 1910, quando foi implantada a república em Portugal. Como família real portuguesa, a Casa de Bragança e a Casa de Bragança-Saxe-Coburgo-Gota foram as últimas casas reais soberanas do Reino de Portugal (1139-1910), e do império ultramarino colonial português, por quase três séculos, tendo ascendentes nas dinastias anteriores. A Casa de Bragança reinou em regime de monarquia absolutista até 1820, depois, em decorrência da implantação da monarquia constitucional em Portugal, passou a reinar em regime de monarquia constitucional. Para alguns historiadores e académicos, pelo casamento da rainha D. Maria II de Portugal com o príncipe D. Fernando de Saxe-Coburgo Gota e Koháry, a Casa de Bragança ter-se-á extinto dando origem à Casa de Bragança-Saxe-Coburgo-Gota. A Casa de Bragança também foi a soberana do Reino Unido de Portugal, Brasil e Algarves (1815-1822), que depois retornaria à denominação de Reino de Portugal (1139-1910); e, por via dum ramo colateral, do Império do Brasil (1822-1889). O ramo familiar que fundou e reinou no Império do Brasil é conhecido desde 1921 como a Casa de Orleães-Bragança, pois até 1921, quando falece a princesa imperial, D. Isabel, a casa imperial brasileira era a Casa de Bragança, do Brasil. No caso do ramo familiar em Espanha é conhecido como a Casa de Bourbon-Bragança. (pt)
  • Династия Брагáнса (или Браганца, порт. Bragança) — королевский род, правивший в Португалии в 1640—1853 и Бразилии в 1822—1889. Боковая ветвь Ависского дома и, следовательно, Капетинги. Происходит от герцогов Браганса XVI—XVII вв. Младшая ветвь этого рода представлена португальскими герцогами Кадавал (потомки Франсишку ди Алмейды) и испанскими герцогами Верагуа (потомки Диего Колона). (ru)
  • 布拉甘薩王朝(Dinastia de Bragança)是1640年~1910年間統治葡萄牙王國的葡萄牙最後的王朝。包括兩位巴西帝國(1822年 - 1899年)的皇帝。 (zh)
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  • Das Haus Braganza (in portugiesischer Schreibweise Bragança) ist eine portugiesische Adelsfamilie, die von 1640 bis 1853 die Könige von Portugal und von 1822 bis 1889 auch die Kaiser von Brasilien stellte. Benannt ist die Familie nach der gleichnamigen Stadt in Nordportugal. (de)
  • La casa de Braganza fue la dinastía reinante en Portugal desde el año 1640 hasta el año 1853. Fue la cuarta dinastía real portuguesa, tras las casas de Borgoña, Avis y Austria. En 1853 le sucedió la casa de Braganza Sajonia-Coburgo y Gotha. (es)
  • La deuxième maison de Bragance (dite Sérénissime Maison de Bragance) est une branche bâtarde de la maison capétienne d'Aviz. Issue du prince Alphonse, fils illégitime du roi Jean Ier de Portugal, elle a d'abord arboré le titre de duc de Bragance avant d’accéder au trône de Portugal entre 1640 et 1853. La deuxième maison de Bragance a également régné sur le Brésil entre 1815 et 1889. (fr)
  • La casa reale di Braganza (in portoghese: Casa Real de Bragança) è la dinastia che governò il Portogallo dal 1640 al 1836 e l'impero del Brasile dal 1822 al 1889. Deriva dalla casa reale d'Aviz, che governò il Portogallo dal 1385 al 1580. Fra le pochissime dinastie ad avere il Trattamento d'onore, fra alcuni suoi discendenti, di Sua altezza imperiale e reale. E 'stato sostituita da casa reale di Braganza-Sassonia-Coburgo-Gotha. (it)
  • ブラガンサ王朝(Dinastia de Bragança)は、1640年から1910年までポルトガル王国を統治したポルトガル最後の王朝。ブラジル帝国(1822年 - 1899年)の2人の皇帝も出している。 (ja)
  • Bragança (wym. [bɾɐˈɣɐ̃sɐ], także Braganza) – portugalska dynastia królewska, panująca w latach 1640-1910 oraz w Brazylii od 1822 do 1889. (pl)
  • Династия Брагáнса (или Браганца, порт. Bragança) — королевский род, правивший в Португалии в 1640—1853 и Бразилии в 1822—1889. Боковая ветвь Ависского дома и, следовательно, Капетинги. Происходит от герцогов Браганса XVI—XVII вв. Младшая ветвь этого рода представлена португальскими герцогами Кадавал (потомки Франсишку ди Алмейды) и испанскими герцогами Верагуа (потомки Диего Колона). (ru)
  • 布拉甘薩王朝(Dinastia de Bragança)是1640年~1910年間統治葡萄牙王國的葡萄牙最後的王朝。包括兩位巴西帝國(1822年 - 1899年)的皇帝。 (zh)
  • The House of Braganza (Portuguese: Casa de Bragança, Portuguese pronunciation: [bɾɐˈɣɐ̃sɐ]), formally the Most Serene House of Braganza (Sereníssima Casa de Bragança), or, in Brazil, the Most August House of Braganza (Augustíssima Casa de Bragança), is an imperial, royal, and noble dynasty of Portuguese origin, a branch of the House of Aviz, and thus a descendant house of the Portuguese House of Burgundy. The House evolved from being powerful dukes of Portuguese nobility, to ruling as the monarchs of Portugal and the Algarves, from 1640 to 1910, and as monarchs of Brazil, from 1815 to 1889. (en)
  • أسرة براغانزا هي احدى سلالة الأخيرة الذى حكمت البرتغال (1640-1910) وهي فرع من أسرة أفيز التى تعتبر فرع من أسرة بورغندي الكابيتيون من سليل الذكور,تقسم هذه الأسرة إلى قسمين حكمت الأولى البرتغال منذ نهاية حكم الأسرة الفيليبنية الهابسبورغ للبرتغال حتى عام 1853 والثانية منذ 1853 حتى انهيار نظام الملكي في البرتغال عام 1910 وقيام الجمهورية ولكن في عام 1860 بدأ القسم الثانية من أسرة تأخد أسم جديد بعد تنسل من أسرة ألمانية العريقة بيت ساكس كوبرغ وغوتا واصبح أسمها بيت براغانزا-ساكس كوبرغ وغوتا حيث أن الأمير فرناندو من ساكس وغوتا تزوج من ملكة البرتغال الأرملة أوغست، دوق ليوتشتينيرغ ماريا الثانيبعد سنة من وفاة زوجها الأولى هو حفيدة الأمبراطورة فرنسا جوزفين وحفيد بالتبني لنابليون توفى بعد ثلاثة شهور من زواجهما بدون انجاب وبعد أن تزوج فرناندو من ماريا لم يسمى ملكاً حتى انجبا طفلهما الأول بيدرو عام 1837 و (ar)
  • A Casa de Bragança, oficialmente titulada como a Sereníssima Casa de Bragança é uma família nobre portuguesa, que teve muita influência e importância na Europa e no mundo até ao início do século XX. Tendo sido a casa real portuguesa de 1641 até 1910, quando foi implantada a república em Portugal. Como família real portuguesa, a Casa de Bragança e a Casa de Bragança-Saxe-Coburgo-Gota foram as últimas casas reais soberanas do Reino de Portugal (1139-1910), e do império ultramarino colonial português, por quase três séculos, tendo ascendentes nas dinastias anteriores. (pt)
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  • Haus Braganza (de)
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  • Casato di Braganza (it)
  • Deuxième maison de Bragance (fr)
  • ブラガンサ王朝 (ja)
  • Bragança (dynastia) (pl)
  • Casa de Bragança (pt)
  • Браганса (династия) (ru)
  • 布拉干萨王朝 (zh)
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