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Agustina de Aragon

Agustina de AragonAgustina de Aragón, (4 March, 1786 – May 29, 1857) a brave woman of Spanish who protected Spain in the Spanish War of Independence, first as a civilian and later as a professional officer in the Spanish Army. Known as "the Spanish Joan of Arc," she is being the topic of much mythology, folklore and artwork, including sketches by Francisco de Goya and the poetry of Lord Byron.

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Queen Isabella I

Queen Isabella I

Isabella I (Ysabel, Isabel I, Sabela, Galician: I, Spanish) (April 22 1451 - 26 November 1504) was Queen of Castile and León. Ferdinand II of Aragon, she and her husband brings constancy to equal kingdoms that became the foundation for the unification of Spain. Later both laid the establishment for that political association of Spain below grandson of their, Holy Roman Emperor, Charles V.

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Marriana Pineda

Mariana PinedaBorned in 1804, Marriana Pineda married Manuel Peralta, a devoted supporter from the liberal origin, when she was just 15 years old. She ended up being to die a couple of years later, and she remained a widow in the chronological age of eighteen along with two children.

It was in the 1820s following a death associated with her first spouse that Mariana became more involved in politics activities.

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Fearless Women Warriors

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