The last King of Hungary and Emperor of Austria died on 1 April 1922 on the island of Madeira in Portugal, and his person, reign and values have been the subject of great interest in the Portugal ever since. The conference was a great success and attracted many people who were greeted live online by Ambassador Georg von Habsburg, grandson of the last monarch, followed by a presentation by religious diplomacy expert Márk Érszegi on the life of Charles IV in Hungary. Other speakers at the event included Professor of Theology Abel Cannavaro, Dean of the Faculty of Theology, on the messages of the beatified monarch’s life, Isabel Braga da Cruz, Director of the University, and Ambassador Miklós Halmai, who highlighted, among other things, the influence of Charles on his eldest son Otto, and the political beliefs of his son. As part of the event, the Ambassador and Professor Cannavaro presented the exhibition on the life of the last monarch of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, which had been put together by the Otto von Habsburg Foundation. The conference in Porto fitted well into the series of Hungarian-Portuguese events related to Charles von Habsburg, bringing the centenary year 2022 to a worthy close.