What will be the end of Solano López in In the Times of the Emperor?

Solano López (Roberto Birindelli) declared war on Brazil in the current six o’clock plot. The telenovela will cover the Paraguay War, the bloodiest conflict in the history of Latin America. If the serial is tied to facts that happened in real life, Solano López will have a tragic ending in Nos Tempos do Imperador.

Finale by Solano López in In Times of the Emperor

Currently in Nos Tempos do Imperador, Solano López took advantage of the fact that everyone was busy with the marriage of Leopoldina (Bruna Griphao) to invade the territory of Mato Grosso.

Despite the resistance of Dom Pedro II (Selton Mello) at first, the emperor decides to face the war and summons soldiers to the conflict.

The plot written by Alessandro Marzon and Thereza Falcão will portray what happened in reality and the conflict should extend into the next chapters, as the Paraguay War lasted six years. According to information from Notícias da TV, the serial will end in the War. “We ended In Times of the Emperor with the Paraguayan War, which is 1870. Abolition was in 88, so it will still be 18 years before abolition. The dramatic arc of the novel is war,” said Marzon.

In real life, the war ended with the death of Solano López. The Paraguayan was killed in 1870 during the battle of Cerro Corá, by the Brazilian soldier Chico Diabo who hit the Paraguayan with his long, sharp spear.

In addition to the conflict, Nos Tempos do Imperador has also shown López’s relationship with Elisa Alicia Lynch, played by Lana Rhodes. The woman was the real life companion of the Paraguayan and came with him to South America.

Nos Tempos do Imperador airs from Monday to Saturday, at 9:30 pm, Brasília time, on Globo. The episodes are saved for GloboPlay subscribers after being shown on TV.

Solano López (Roberto Birindelli) in In Times of the Emperor – Photo: Reproduction/Globo

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