CCBP has the pleasure to invite you to join us either, in person or online, to assist to the lecture on 'Isabella of Portugal, Duchess of Burgundy' conducted by Bruno Joos de ter Beerst, Honorary Consul of Portugal in Ghent.
The session will be held on Friday 15 October at 15h00 (CET).
You can assist in person at the Library of Ghent University (Rozier 44, Ghent) or online via the Chamber’s Zoom and YouTube channel:
This lecture is part of the ongoing exhibition 'Gallery of the Portuguese Queens' that can be visited until October 29 at the Library of Ghent University, an event organized by Matriz Portuguesa and the Belgian-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce.
A brief introduction of Isabela of Portugal:
Princess of Portugal and Duchess of Burgundy. Born in Évora on 11th February 1397, she died on 17th December 1471. She was the daughter of King John I, King of Portugal and Queen Philippa of Lancaster. Many princes of Europe intended her as a wife and Isabel came to marry the Duke of Burgundy and Count of Flanders, Philip III the Good, one of the most powerful sovereigns in Europe, courageous warrior, who conquered and united the Netherlands and Zealand to his states. An event organized by Matriz Portuguesa and the Belgian-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce.
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