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Pedro-I King of Portugal (1826-1828)

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Pedro I - ( Gonzaga Pascoal Cipriano Serafim de Bragan├ža e Bourbon; October 12, 1798, Queluz Palace, Queluz, Lisbon, Kingdom of Portugal - September 24, 1834, ibid.) - also known by the two nicknames: The Liberator ( port. O Libertador ) and the Warrior King ( port. O Rei-Soldado ), the founder and first emperor of the Brazilian Empire (1822-1831). King of Portugal (1826-1828), regent for his daughter Maria (1828, 1830-1834) as Pedro IV ( port. Pedro IV ).

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