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  1. Isabel de Baviera (en alemán: Elisabeth Amelie Eugenie Herzogin in Bayern; [nota 1] Múnich, 24 de diciembre de 1837-Ginebra, 10 de septiembre de 1898) fue una princesa bávara conocida por haber sido emperatriz de Austria (1854-1898) y reina consorte de Hungría (1867-1898), entre otros muchos títulos inherentes a la Casa de Habsburgo-Lorena.

  2. Ubicación de Amstetten en Baja Austria. Se ha denominado Caso Fritzl a los crímenes perpetrados por el austríaco Josef Fritzl ( Amstetten , 9 de abril de 1935 ), de los que fue víctima su hija Elisabeth Fritzl (Amstetten, 6 de abril de 1966 ) y los siete hijos/nietos que tuvo con ella.

  3. 08/09/2022 · Leopold and Elisabeth remained on the government’s radar, and Elisabeth’s passport was confiscated to prevent her from leaving. This did not stop her from helping fellow party members. In 1938, Austria was annexed into the German Reich.

  4. 14/05/2019 · Married at 16 to the emperor of Austria, Elisabeth—nicknamed Sisi—was a reluctant empress, struggling with royal life and sympathetic to the democratic struggles of the people in her new nation.

  5. One of her great-grandsons, Philip, Duke of Anjou, became King Philip V of Spain, and through him, Elisabeth is an ancestor of the subsequent Spanish monarchs. Children. Maria Margaret of Austria, Infanta of Spain (14 August 1621 – 15 August 1621) Margaret Maria Catherine of Austria, Infanta of Spain (25 November 1623 – 22 December 1623)

  6. 04/03/2021 · Evil Fritzl was convicted of murder and 3,000 counts of rape in 2009 Credit: Getty Images/ SID Lower Austria. Fritzl told his wife the children belonged to Elisabeth, and had been left on their ...