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  1. 23/06/2022 · Atención, porque en 2013 el Partido Monárquico de Rusia declaró al príncipe Carlos Emico de Leiningen el heredero principal al trono de Rusia, tras su conversión del luteranismo al cristianismo...

  2. 14/06/2022 · Born Charles Jean Philippe Joseph Marie Guillaume on May 10th at 5.13am to Their Royal Highness The Hereditary Grand Duke and Hereditary Grand Duchess of Luxembourg at Grand Duchess Charlotte Maternity Hospital in Luxembourg City. His Royal Highness Prince Charles is second in line to The Throne of The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

  3. 12/06/2022 · He was born on September 5, 1638, at the Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France, the elder of the two sons of Louis XIII, King of Franceand Anne of Austria, Infanta of Spain. His paternal grandparents were Henri IV, the first King of France from the House of Bourbon, and his second wife Marie de’ Medici.

  4. 13/06/2022 · She was born in Mecca in 1917 and married her distant cousin Prince Hussein bin Nasser in 1943. They had one son, Zeid, who himself has four sons. Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands will celebrate this year’s Queen’s Day on April 30th in Meppel and Hoogeveen. January 3rd

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    Hans Etzrodt, Richard Armstrong & Simon Davis (pre-war races), Tony Kaye & Nicolás Korzan (South American Temporada races), Rob Young (South African races), Jeremy Jackson & Allen Brown (British F1...

    Paris-Bordeaux, 11/13-5: Emile Levassor, Panhard 4 hp (two-seaters/1st overall), A Koechlin, Peugeot (four-seaters/official winner)
    Times-Herald Contest (Chicago-Evanston), 18-11: J Frank Duryea, Duryea
    Bordeaux-Agen-Bordeaux, 24/25-5: Bousquet, Peugeot
    Cosmopolitan Road Race (New York City), 30-5: J Frank Duryea, Duryea
    Paris-Marseille-Paris, 24-9/3-10: Emile Mayade, Panhard 8 hp
    Marseille-Nice-La Turbie, 29/31-1: Count Gaston de Chasseloup-Laubat, De Dion 18 hp
    Paris-Dieppe, 24-7: Paul Jamin, Bollée 3 hp (light cars/1st overall), Gilles Hourgières, Panhard (heavy cars/official winner)
    Paris-Trouville, 14-8: Paul Jamin, Bollée 3 hp (light cars/1st overall), Gilles Hourgières, Panhard (heavy cars/official winner)
    Lyon-Uriage-Lyon, 22/23-8: Etienne Giraud, Panhard
    Marseille-Nice, 6/7-3: Fernand Charron, Panhard 6 hp
    Course de Périgueux (Périgueux), 1-5: G Leys, Panhard 6 hp
    Paris-Bordeaux, 11/12-5: René de Knyff, Panhard 6 hp
    Berlin-Potsdam-Berlin, 24-5: unknown, Daimler 4-seat Phaeton
    Paris-Rouen-Paris, 26-1: Léonce Girardot, Panhard 6 hp
    Verona-Brescia-Mantua-Verona, 14-3: Ettore Bugatti, Prinetti & Stucchi 3
    Nice-Castellane-Nice, 21-3: Albert Lemaître, Peugeot 20 hp
    Pau-Bayonne-Pau, 6-4: Albert Lemaître, Peugeot
    Course du Catalogue, 18-2: Léonce Girardot, Panhard
    Circuit du Sud-Ouest (Pau), 25-2: René de Knyff, Panhard 16 hp
    Nice-Marseille-Nice, 26-3: René de Knyff, Panhard 16 hp
    Long Island Road Race (Springfield), 18-4: Anthony L Riker, Riker Electric
    Circuit du Sud-Ouest (Pau), 17-2: Maurice Farman, Panhard 24 hp
    Nice-Salon-Nice, 25-3: Wilhelm Werner, Mercedes 35 hp
    Mannheim-Pforzheim-Mannheim, 12-5: Willy Tischbein, De Dietrich
    Coupe Internationale, 'Gordon Bennett Trophy'(Paris-Bordeaux), 29-5: Léonce Girardot, Panhard 40 hp
    Circuit du Nord (Paris-Arras-Paris), 15/16-2: Maurice Farman, Panhard 40 hp
    Coupe Internationale, 'Gordon Bennett Trophy'(Paris-Innsbruck), 26/28-6: Selwyn Edge, Napier 40 hp
    Paris-Vienna, 26/29-6: Marcel Renault, Renault 16 hp (light cars/1st overall), Henri Farman, Panhard 40 hp (heavy cars/official winner)
    Ardennes Circuit(Bastogne), 31-7: Charles Jarrott, Panhard 70 hp
    Paris-Madrid(Paris-Bordeaux), 24-5: Fernand Gabriel, Mors 70 hp
    Ardennes Circuit(Bastogne), 22-6: Pierre de Crawhez, Panhard 70 hp
    Coupe Internationale, 'Gordon Bennett Trophy'(Athy), 2-7: Camille Jenatzy, Mercedes 85 hp
    Frankfurt Circuit Race (Oberforsthaus), 30-8: Willy Pöge, Mercedes 60 hp
  5. 04/06/2022 · The stud in Neustadt was established by order of King Friedrich Wilhelm II of Prussia in 1788. The carriage was also used in 1993 when Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain visited Potsdam and Sanssouci. Then finally the newly wed couple left the church. The kiss according to media reports lasted 1,8 seconds.

  6. 14/06/2022 · 1936. The 1935 Grand Prix season was the second year of the new 750 kg Formula. The success of the previous year encouraged the AIACR to reinitiate the European Championship. It was composed of the seven national Grands Prix and was won by Rudolf Caracciola, driving for the Mercedes-Benz team. The team dominated the season winning five of those ...