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  1. La historia de Austria atañe a la historia de la actual Austria y de sus estados predecesores, desde principios de la Edad de Piedra hasta el Estado actual, y como la definición geopolítica del país ha sufrido cambios profundos durante los períodos modernos y contemporáneos, su historia también concierne a varios países vecinos: Alemania, Hungría, Suiza, Italia, República Checa, etc.

  2. Surname usage. Legally, it remains unclear whether any ukase ever abolished the surname of Michael Romanov (or of his subsequent male-line descendants) after his accession to the Russian throne in 1613, although by tradition members of reigning dynasties seldom use surnames, being known instead by dynastic titles ("Tsarevich Ivan Alexeevich", "Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaevich", etc.).

  3. › wiki › Panna_cottaPanna cotta - Wikipedia

    Panna cotta (Italian for "cooked cream") is an Italian dessert of sweetened cream thickened with gelatin and molded. The cream may be aromatized with coffee, vanilla, or other flavorings.

  4. In both countries they had succeeded rulers from the House of Welf. Napoleon elevated Bavaria to a kingdom in 1806 and in 1815 the Palatinate became incorporated as Rhine Palatinate . On Duke Otto II 's death in 1253, his sons divided the Wittelsbach possessions between them: Henry became Duke of Lower Bavaria, and Louis II Duke of Upper Bavaria and Count Palatine of the Rhine.

  5. Einen Teil seines Vermögens spendete er in seine selbst gegründete Stiftung „Instituto Paulo Coelho“. Mit einem jährlichen Budget von vierhunderttausend Dollar hilft Coelho Favelas, hilfsbedürftigen Kindern sowie alten Menschen und unterstützt die Übersetzung brasilianischer Literatur in andere Sprachen.

  6. The House of Oldenburg is a German dynasty with links to Denmark since the 15th century. It has branches that rule or have ruled in Denmark, Iceland, Greece, Norway, Russia, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Schleswig, Holstein, and Oldenburg.

  7. Dopo una serie di lotte tra le fazioni favorevoli ai duchi di Baviera, detta dei guelfi (da un Welf capostipite della dinastia bavarese), e favorevoli ai duchi di Svevia detta "ghibellina" da Waiblingen, si arrivò a un candidato di compromesso, Federico, duca di Svevia, poi noto in Italia come il "Barbarossa", che era imparentato a entrambe le fazioni.