Afonso

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Afonso Of Lencastre
... Afonso of Lencastre (1597—1654), was a Portuguese nobleman, son of the 3rd Dukes of Aveiro, Álvaro and Juliana of Lencastre ... Portuguese revolution of 1 December 1640, Afonso remained faithful to the Spanish Habsburgs ... Afonso was born in his family palace, in Azeitão (near Setúbal), Portugal, and, in 15 July 1627, he married a Spanish lady, Ana de Sande de Padilla, 2nd Marchioness of Valdefuentes ...
Elvas Castle - History - Kingdom
... II had issued a foral (charter) for Elvas, which was later reaffirmed by King Afonso III in 1263 ... with the cerca Fernandina (walls of King Ferdinand), still under the reign of Afonso IV, that included 22 towers and 11 dates (including the important Gate of Olivença or Royal Gate) ... from the forces of Alfonso XI of Castile, due to the continuing war during the reign of Afonso IV ...
Manuel Da Luz Afonso
... Manuel da Luz Afonso (Loulé, 31 January 1917 - 15 October 2000) was a Portuguese football manager ... That meant that Afonso would be choosing the players but would not be the coach in charge of the squad ... Manuel da Luz Afonso left the National Team following the 1–2 loss to Sweden, on 13 November 1966, in a European Championship qualifier ...
Nadir Afonso
... Nadir Afonso, (1920, Portugal) is a geometric abstractionist painter ... which he practiced early in his career with Le Corbusier and Oscar Niemeyer, Nadir Afonso later studied painting in Paris and became one of the pioneers in Kinetic art, working alongside Victor Vasarely ... of his own geometry-based aesthetics, published in several books, Nadir Afonso defends that art is purely objective and ruled by laws that treat art ...
Paulo Afonso Falls
... Paulo Afonso Falls (also known as Cachoeira de Paulo Afonso) is a series of waterfalls on the São Francisco River in the north-east of Brazil adjacent to the city of Paulo Afonso ... The Paulo Afonso Hydroelectric Complex that grew from the original plant was known as Complexo Hidrelétrico de Paulo Afonso in Portuguese, or locally simply as Paulo Afonso ...