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{{#invoke:Infobox|infobox}}{{#invoke:Check for unknown parameters|check|unknown=|ignoreblank=y | AKA| Date| Deaths| English_name| Event_Name| Image_Alt| Image_Caption| Image_Name| Imagesize| Location| Participants| Result| Thumb_Time| URL| accused| aka| also known as| also_known_as| alt| arrests| awards| blank1_data| blank1_label| blank2_data| blank2_label| blank_data| blank_label| budget| burial| caption| casualties1| casualties2| casualties3| cause| charges| convicted| convictions| coordinates| coroner| date| deaths| duration| english_name| event| fatalities| filmed by| filmed_by| first reporter| first_reporter| footage| image| image_alt| image_name| image_size| injuries| inquest| inquiries| litigation| location| missing| name| native_name| native_name_lang| nongregorian| notes| organisers| organizers| outcome| participants| partof| patron| patrons| place| property damage| property_damage| publication bans| publication_bans| reported death(s)| reported deaths| reported injuries| reported missing| reported property damage| result| suspects| susperps| theme| thumbtime| time| title| type| url| venue| verdict| website }} The Liberal Revolution of 1820 (Revolução Liberal) was a Portuguese political revolution that erupted in 1820. It began with a military insurrection in the city of Porto, in northern Portugal, that quickly and peacefully spread to the rest of the country. The Revolution resulted in the return in 1821 of the Portuguese Court to Portugal from Brazil, where it had fled during the Peninsular War, and initiated a constitutional period in which the 1822 Constitution was ratified and implemented. The movement's liberal ideas had an important influence on Portuguese society and political organization in the nineteenth century.


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Intro   Historical background    The revolution and its aftermath    See also    References    Bibliography   

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{{#invoke:Infobox|infobox}}{{#invoke:Check for unknown parameters|check|unknown=|ignoreblank=y | AKA| Date| Deaths| English_name| Event_Name| Image_Alt| Image_Caption| Image_Name| Imagesize| Location| Participants| Result| Thumb_Time| URL| accused| aka| also known as| also_known_as| alt| arrests| awards| blank1_data| blank1_label| blank2_data| blank2_label| blank_data| blank_label| budget| burial| caption| casualties1| casualties2| casualties3| cause| charges| convicted| convictions| coordinates| coroner| date| deaths| duration| english_name| event| fatalities| filmed by| filmed_by| first reporter| first_reporter| footage| image| image_alt| image_name| image_size| injuries| inquest| inquiries| litigation| location| missing| name| native_name| native_name_lang| nongregorian| notes| organisers| organizers| outcome| participants| partof| patron| patrons| place| property damage| property_damage| publication bans| publication_bans| reported death(s)| reported deaths| reported injuries| reported missing| reported property damage| result| suspects| susperps| theme| thumbtime| time| title| type| url| venue| verdict| website }} The Liberal Revolution of 1820 (Revolução Liberal) was a Portuguese political revolution that erupted in 1820. It began with a military insurrection in the city of Porto, in northern Portugal, that quickly and peacefully spread to the rest of the country. The Revolution resulted in the return in 1821 of the Portuguese Court to Portugal from Brazil, where it had fled during the Peninsular War, and initiated a constitutional period in which the 1822 Constitution was ratified and implemented. The movement's liberal ideas had an important influence on Portuguese society and political organization in the nineteenth century.


Liberal Revolution of 1820 sections
Intro   Historical background    The revolution and its aftermath    See also    References    Bibliography   

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