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  1. María Amalia de Sajonia, reina consorte de Nápoles y de España. María Ana de Braganza, reina consorte de Sajonia. María Cristina, María José de Bélgica, reina consorte de Italia. María Leonor de Brandeburgo, reina de consorte de Suecia. María Luisa, María Sofía Federica de Hesse-Kassel, reina consorte de Dinamarca y Noruega. María ...

  2. Queen. On 8 January 1859 in Munich at the Allerheiligen-Hofkirche Maria Sophie was married by proxy and then again married in-person on 3 February 1859 in Bari to the Duke of Calabria, the eldest son of Ferdinand II of the Two Sicilies, King of Naples.

  3. María Amalia de Sajonia: 20 de enero de 1716 14 de diciembre de 1788: Rey de España (10 de agosto de 1759-hasta su muerte). Contrajo matrimonio con María Amalia de Sajonia; tuvieron trece hijos. Francisco: 21 de marzo de 1717 21 de abril de 1717: Muerto en la infancia. Mariana Victoria de Borbón Consorte José I de Portugal: 31 de marzo de ...

  4. Anne Eleonore of Hesse-Darmstadt John Frederick ( German : Johann Friedrich ; 25 April 1625 in Herzberg am Harz – 18 December 1679 in Augsburg ) was duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg . He ruled over the Principality of Calenberg , a subdivision of the duchy, from 1665 until his death.

  5. Ludovika married Maximilian Joseph, Duke in Bavaria, whose father Duke Pius August in Bavaria was her cousin, on 9 September 1828 in Tegernsee.Ludovika was always frustrated that, unlike her elder sisters who married kings and Austrian archdukes, she would not be marrying someone with a grand title, but rather a peculiar and childish duke who had a fondness for circuses.