Nau Pedro I | Eduardo de Martino | 19th Century
Pedro I was a ship of the line of the Imperial Brazilian Navy. It was a third-rate, three-masted, two-decked 74-gunned sailing ship. The ship was built by builder Antônio da Silva in the Bahia Navy Arsenal in Salvador for the Portuguese navy in Colonial Brazil in 1763.
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