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About Tiradentes Joaquim José da Silva Xavier, known as Tiradentes (August 16, 1746–-April 21, 1792), was a leading member of the Brazilian revolutionary movement known as the Inconfidência Mineira whose aim was full independence from the Portuguese colonial power and to create a Brazilian republic. When the plan was discovered, Tiradentes was arrested, tried and publicly hanged. Since the 19th century he has been considered a national hero of Brazil.

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26. Gen Costa e Silva 3244
27. Isabel I 3235
28. Rio Branco 3233
29. Deodoro da Fonseca 3233
30. Tiradentes 3231
31. Antônio de Sampaio 3231
32. D. Pedro I 2696
33. Ernesto Geisel 2654
34. Aécio Neves 2598

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183. Gen Costa e Silva 3244
184. Isabel I 3235
185. Rio Branco 3233
186. Deodoro da Fonseca 3233
187. Tiradentes 3231
188. Antônio de Sampaio 3231
189. Pericles 3212
190. Sadegh Sharafkandi 3151
191. T. Kolokotrotronis 3104

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