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  1. Queen Catherine - Wikipedia

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    02/04/2021 · Catherine Howard (c.1523–1542), fifth wife of Henry VIII of England; Catherine Stenbock (1535–1621), third wife of Gustav I of Sweden; Catherine of Austria, Queen of Poland (1533–1572), third wife of Sigismund II Augustus of Poland; Catherine Jagiellon (1526–1583), wife of John III of Sweden

  2. Innsbruck - Wikipedia

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    10/04/2021 · Catherine of Austria, Queen of Poland (1533 – 1572) one of the fifteen children of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor and Anna of Bohemia and Hungary Jacob Regnart (1540s–1599) Flemish Renaissance composer of sacred and secular music

    • 574 m (1,883 ft)
    • Tyrol
  3. Eleonore of Austria, Queen of Poland - Wikipedia

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    Há 6 dias · Queen of Poland. Eleonore married Michael Korybut Wiśniowiecki, king of Poland and grand duke of Lithuania, on 27 February 1670 in the Jasna Góra Monastery. They had one stillborn son on 29 November 1670. In 1671, she had a miscarriage.

    • 29 September 1670
    • 21 May 1653, Regensburg
    • 27 February 1670 – 10 November 1673
    • 17 December 1697 (aged 44), Vienna, Austria
  4. 05/04/2021 · 1533 – Catherine of Austria, Queen Consort of Poland and Lithuania (d. 1572) 1580 – Charles Annibal Fabrot, French lawyer (d. 1659) 1603 – Tokugawa Yorifusa, Japanese daimyo (d. 1661) 1613 – François de la Rochefoucauld, French author (d. 1680) 1649 – Titus Oates, English priest (d. 1705) 1666 – Sophia Dorothea of Celle, German princess (d. 1726)

  5. Anne of Austria - Wikipedia

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    Há 6 dias · Anne of Austria (French: Anne d'Autriche; 22 September 1601 – 20 January 1666), a Spanish princess and an Austrian archduchess of the House of Habsburg, was queen of France as the wife of Louis XIII, and powerful regent of France during the minority of her son, Louis XIV, from 1643 to 1651.

  6. Mariana of Austria - Wikipedia

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    04/04/2021 · Mariana of Austria or Maria Anna was the queen consort of her uncle Philip IV of Spain from their marriage in 1649 until Philip died in 1665. She was then appointed regent for their three-year-old son Charles II, and due to his ill health remained an influential figure until her own death in 1696. Her regency was overshadowed by the need to manage Spain's post-1648 decline as the dominant global power, internal political divisions and the European economic crisis of the second ...

  7. 09/04/2021 · 1339 – Duke Rudolf IV of Austria (d. 1365) 1351 – Duke Leopold III of Austria (d. 1386) 1500 - Benvenuto Cellini, Italian sculptor (d. 1571) 1526 - Queen Catherine Jagiellonica of Poland (d. 1583) 1530 - Etienne de la Poétie, French judge and writer (d. 1563) 1539 – Pierre Pithou, French lawyer and scholar (d. 1596) 1549 - Anna of Austria (d. 1580)

  8. Fernando I.a Germaniako Erromatar Inperio Santukoa ...

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    Há 5 dias · Charles II, Archduke of Austria (en) Archduchess Barbara of Austria (en) Margaret of Austria (en) Archduchess Eleanor of Austria (en) Catherine of Austria (en) Archduchess Magdalena of Austria (en) Maria Habsburgo-Jagellondarra Ferdinand II, Archduke of Austria (en) Archduchess Anna of Austria (en) Maximiliano II.a Habsburgokoa Elizabeth of Austria (en)

  9. Charles X - Wikipedia

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    In the meantime, Charles left for the warmer climate on Austria's Mediterranean coast in October 1835. Upon his arrival at Görz (Gorizia) in the Kingdom of Illyria, he caught cholera and died on 6 November 1836. The townspeople draped their windows in black to mourn him.

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