Fernando da Guerra

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Fernando da Guerra (c. 1390 – 26 September 1467) was a Portuguese ecclesiastic. He was successively bishop of Algarve (1409–1414), bishop of Porto (1416–1417) and finally archbishop of Braga (1417–1467).

He built the Braga's Archiepiscopal Court, containing the Medieval Hall and library.

Preceded by
Martinho Gil
Brasão episcopal
Bishop of Algarve

1409–1414
Succeeded by
João Álvaro
Preceded by
João Afonso Aranha
Brasão episcopal
Bishop of Porto

1416–1417
Succeeded by
Vasco II
Preceded by
Martim Afonso de Miranda
Brasão arquiepiscopal
Archbishop of Braga

1417–1457
Succeeded by
Luís Pires