songs

Songs about Braganca:

songsBelem Braganca by Roberto Mendes from the Album Roberto Mendes

songsBragança by Norberto Lobo João Lobo from the Album Mogul de Jade

songsToca Meu Ser (feat. Márcio Bragança) by Léo Mantovani from the Album No Teu Altar (Canções para Celebração Eucarística)

books

Books about Braganca:

booksDRESSAGE IN THE FRENCH TRADITION by Dom Diogo de Bragança by Dom Diogo de Bragança (2011)

booksIsabel Orleans-Bragança: The Brazilian Princess Who Freed the Slaves by James McMurtry Longo (Nov 28, 2007)

booksHelena de Bragança: I Am Cuban by Lemis Tarajano Noya, Liset Alea, Helena de Bragança and Ralph Gibson (Mar 31, 2011)

booksBattles Waged, Lasting Dreams: Aquino Braganca, the Man and His Times by Silvia Braganca, Frederick Noronha (project coordinator) and Cover by Bina Nayak (Apr 2, 2011)

booksCatarina de Bragança (Portuguese Edition) by Isabel Stilwell

booksReflexoens sobre um paragrapho do manifesto do senhor Dom Pedro Duque de Bragança datado a bordo da Fragata Rainha... by José Liberato Freire de Carvalho (Jul 21, 2014)

booksA Vida Privada dos Bragança - De D. João IV a D. Manuel II: o dia a dia na corte (Portuguese Edition) by Ana Cristina ; Troni, Joana Pereira

wiki

Wiki information Braganca:

Bragança, Portugal
City/Town/Village, Location, Dated location, Capital of administrative division, Statistical region

Bragança is a city and municipality in north-eastern Portugal, capital of district of Bragança, in Alto Trás-os-Montes subregion of Portugal. The population in 2011 was 35,341, in an area of 1173.57 km².

Bragança District
Administrative Division, Statistical region, Dated location, Location

Bragança District is a traditional political division of Portugal, in the northeast corner bordering on Spain, covering 7.4% of the nations continental landmass. The capital of the district, Bragança, is 217 kilometres from Porto, the second largest...