Count of Viana (in Portuguese Conde de Viana) was a Portuguese title of nobility granted on February 8, 1692, by King Peter II of Portugal to D. José de Menezes (grandson of Pedro de Menezes, 2nd. Count of Cantanhede), the King's master-stableman, who died without issue.
List of the Counts of Viana (1692)
- José de Menezes (c.1660-1713), no issue
- João Manoel de Menezes (1783–1831), 2nd. Count of Viana (1810) e 1st. Marquis of Viana (1821)
- João Paulo Manoel de Menezes (1810–1890), 2nd. Marquis of Viana
For the following counts see Marquis of Viana
"Nobreza de Portugal e Brasil" Vol III, pages 480 e 481. Published by Zairol, Lda., Lisbon, 1989.
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