The House of Habsburg (/ ˈ h æ p s b ɜːr ɡ /), alternatively spelled Hapsburg in English and also known as the House of Austria, is one of the most prominent and important dynasties in European history.
- 11th century
A Casa de Habsburgo (em alemão: Haus Habsburg; em húngaro: Habsburg-család) também conhecida por Casa da Áustria ou Casa d'Áustria (em alemão: Haus Österreich ), é uma família nobre europeia que foi uma das mais importantes e influentes da história da Europa do século XIII ao século XX . Foi a dinastia soberana de vários estados e territórios.
- século XI
- Carlos VI
- Unida com a casa de Lorena
From 1438 to 1806, the rulers of the House of Habsburg almost continuously reigned as Holy Roman Emperors. However, the realms of the Holy Roman Empire were mostly self-governing and are thus not considered to have been part of the Habsburg monarchy. Hence, the Habsburg monarchy (of the Austrian branch) is often called "Austria" by ...
Habsburg-Mexico. Meran. The House of Habsburg-Lorraine ( German: Haus Habsburg-Lothringen) originated from the marriage in 1736 of Francis III, Duke of Lorraine and Bar, and Maria Theresa of Austria, later successively Queen of Bohemia, Queen of Hungary, Queen of Croatia and Archduchess of Austria. Its members are the legitimate ...
d. e. A casa de Habsburgo-Lorena foi uma das mais importantes e mais longas casas reais reinante história da Europa. [ 1] Atualmente a casa é dirigida por Carlos de Habsburgo-Lorena, o imperador titular de Áustria, Hungria, Boêmia, Croácia, bem como o titular Rei de Jerusalém.
Karl von Habsburg (given names: Karl Thomas Robert Maria Franziskus Georg Bahnam; born 11 January 1961) is an Austrian politician and the head of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine, therefore being a claimant to the defunct Austro-Hungarian thrones. As a citizen of the Republic of Austria, his legal name is Karl Habsburg-Lothringen.
From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Charles II of Spain had disabilities probably caused by inbreeding in the House of Habsburg For other uses, see Habsburg, Switzerland. Habsburg was a family of dukes, kings, and monarchs. They were very important in European history. They first ruled parts of Switzerland in the 13th century.
Otto von Habsburg became a citizen of the Federal Republic of Germany in 1978, and was allowed the official name: 1978 – 4 July 2011: Otto von Habsburg; Honours Dynastic honours. House of Habsburg: Knight of the Austrian Imperial and Royal Order of the Golden Fleece, 1916; Sovereign Knight with Collar, 1922
Wikimedia Commons has media related to House of Habsburg. Subcategories This category has the following 16 subcategories, out of 16 total. Burial sites of the House of Habsburg (1 C, 11 P) House of Habsburg-Lorraine (11 C, 186 P) 0–9 13th-century House of Habsburg (14 P) 14th-century House of Habsburg (1 C, 26 P)
The House of Habsburg-Lorraine inherited the Habsburg Empire, ruling the Austrian Empire and then Austria-Hungary until the dissolution of the monarchy in 1918. Although its senior agnates are the dukes of Hohenberg , the house is currently headed by Karl von Habsburg (born 1961), grandson of the last emperor Charles I .
Origins Habsburg castle, Aargau canton, Switzerland The name Habsburg is derived from the castle of Habsburg, or Habichtsburg (“Hawk’s Castle”), built in 1020 by Werner, bishop of Strasbourg, and his brother-in-law, Count Radbot, in the Aargau overlooking the Aar River, in what is now Switzerland.
The House of Habsburg , alternatively spelled Hapsburg in English The house takes its name from Habsburg Castle, a fortress built in the 1020s in present-day Switzerland by Radbot of Klettgau, who named his fortress Habsburg.