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Joana, Princess of Beira

Joana
Princess of Beira
Born (1635-09-18)September 18, 1635
Vila Viçosa, Vila Viçosa Municipality, Portugal
Died November 17, 1653(1653-11-17) (aged 18)
Vila Viçosa, Vila Viçosa Municipality, Portugal
Burial Royal Pantheon of the Braganza Dynasty
House House of Braganza
Father John IV of Portugal
Mother Luisa de Guzmán
Religion Roman Catholicism

Joana, Princess of Beira (18 September 1635 – 17 November 1653; Portuguese pronunciation: ; English: Joan) was a Portuguese infanta (princess), the eldest surviving daughter of John IV, King of Portugal (the first of the House of Braganza) and his wife Luisa de Guzmán (Luísa de Gusmão), and as such was styled Princess of Beira.

Life

Joana was born in Vila Viçosa on 18 September 1635. Her father created her Princess of Beira, a title subsequently used by the eldest daughter of the monarch. She died unmarried in Lisbon

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