Miguel, Prince of Beira

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Infante Miguel of Portugal, Prince of Beira (or of Braganza; Portuguese pronunciation: [miˈɡɛɫ]; English: Michael) (26 April 1820 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) was the stillborn son of Portuguese heir-apparent to the throne Pedro, Prince of Brazil (future Emperor Pedro I of Brazil) and Maria Leopoldina of Austria and was a member of the Braganza house.

Prince Miguel was named thus, in honor of his father's younger brother Miguel of Portugal (1802–1866). The latter of whom later became King of Portugal and Algarves from 1828 to 1834.

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