Not even in the princes, but immediately in the emperors of Brazil, the crown Prince of the Portuguese King Pedro got. He wasn't much of a mud man, either, although in his early years his lifestyle had suggested that. It is later that he will become a hero worthy of being immortalized on the national currency. At first, the young and ardent infante had fun in search of adventure, wandering incognito through the hot spots of Rio de Janeiro.
From Portugal, whose throne would sooner or later be occupied by Pedro as king, his family was fleeing from the Napoleonic troops. His father, the reigning King John VI, thought that honor is an honor, but life is still more expensive. Therefore, the representatives of the Braganza dynasty boarded a sailboat and hurriedly sailed to their Brazilian colony.
It was here that the turbulent youth of Pedro I passed, who, in addition to court sciences and foreign languages, perfectly mastered the art of riding and blacksmithing. Later, from the pen of the gifted Pedro, a musical work will be released, even becoming the official anthem of independent Brazil.