The color piece brings us to something intense and strong, as was her mighty passion by D. Pedro I. Remembering that D. Pedro has married with D. Constança Manuel, however was for one of D. Constança’s handmaidens (D. Inês de Castro) that D. Pedro I has fall in love.
The evidences that approached the lovers became a topic of conversation between the members of the court and the people who said that D. Pedro I and D. Inês de Castro would be having secret and romantic encounters. Meantime, D. Constança died while giving birth to her 3rd child, thus leaving the way clear for the eternal passion of D. Pedro I. The relationship was never been accepted by the king who took ones of the D. Pedro’s abscenes to ordain the dead of D. Inês de Castro who was alone close to a fountain . The three noblemen had no pity or mercy, stabbing Inês de Castro at cold blood. The tears then shed by Inês and by the people in his memory inspired Luis de Camões to create the name Fountain of Tears and many other writers to devote the eternal love of Pedro and Inês.