|Kingdom of Portugal|
Reino de portugalTimeline: The 1800's
OTL equivalent: Portugal
Hino da Carta
|Official languages||Portuguese, Latin|
|Government||Absolute monarchy (1120 - 1834)
Constitutional monarchy (1834 - 1890)
|-||First Monarch (1800's)||Peter IV|
|-||First Prime Minister (1800's)||Pedro de Sousa Holstein|
The Kingdom of Portugal or known colloquially as Portugal, was a monarchy consisting of present day Brazil, Mozambique, Angola, and minor islands isolated in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans. It's existence was from 1120 to 1890, in which the prime minister ordered reforms to a republic in 1890.
For history prior before 1800, see History of Portugal
The 1800's was a rough start for the Portuguese, as the Spanish was colonizing other isolated lands in the Atlantic Ocean. The king, who at the time as a absolute monarch, ordered a expansion of the Portuguese military, to maintain colonies in Africa and South America, who were mainly either under Spanish, French, or British hands. The Brazilian colony was ordered to militarize the borders near French and British Guiana, which was usually militarized by British arsenal.