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  1. Countess Adelaide of Vianden (d. 30 September 1376; German: Adelheid Gräfin von Vianden) was a countess from the House of Vianden, the cadet branch of the House of Sponheim that ruled the County of Vianden, and through marriage Countess of Nassau-Siegen.

  2. 1 de feb. de 2023 · Daughter of Count Philipp II of Vianden and Lucia von der Neuerburg. She had first been married with Johann von Dollendorf-Cronenberg, who died before 1325. Among the numerous titles of the present Queen of the Netherlands is always 'countess of Vianden'.

    • Grimbergen, (Present Belgium)
    • Fred Bergman
    • 1309
  3. The Counts of Vianden, ancestors of the House of Orange-Nassau, were associated with the castle of Vianden (Vianden Castle) in Luxembourg. In the 12th to 15th centuries the counts of Vianden were the mightiest lords of the area between the rivers Rhine , Mosel and Maas .

  4. Countess Adelaide of Vianden ( d. 30 September 1376; German: Adelheid Gräfin von Vianden) was a countess from the House of Vianden, the cadet branch of the House of Sponheim that ruled the County of Vianden, and through marriage Countess of Nassau-Siegen. She acted as regent of the County of Nassau-Siegen for her eldest son in the period 1351–1362.

  5. When Elisabeth of Sponheim-Kreuznach, Countess of Vianden, died without issue in 1417, the four brothers, grandsons of Adelaide of Vianden, Elisabeth's great-aunt, inherited the County of Vianden with the lordships of St. Vith, Bütgenbach, Dasburg and Grimbergen.

  6. El Castillo de Vianden (en luxemburgués: Veianer Schlass), ubicado en la comuna y villa de Vianden en el norte de Luxemburgo, es uno de los castillos más grandes del oeste del río Rin. Data del siglo IV y se usó originalmente como un puesto de avanzada romano.

  7. 27 de abr. de 2021 · Vianden Castle (Château De Vianden) in Luxembourg is a picturesque medieval castle begun in the eleventh century. Completed in the fourteenth century, Vianden Castle became the home of the local counts and countesses.