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  1. Their two children, Anna and Maurits, had been taken by her mother-in-law to Braunfels due to the risk of disease. The next year, after a fierce battle with William's mother, she was able to bring her children back to him. Her daughter Emilia was born on 10 April 1569 in Cologne. On 4 March 1569 Anna met her husband in Mannheim.

  2. Parents who love Emma but think it's overexposed have been moving to such alternatives as Amelia, Emilia, Amelie, Emmeline, and Ella. But, of course, these names might be poised to move up and take Emma's place near the top of the list. Three of the hottest young female stars share the name: Emma Watson, Emma Roberts, and Emma (born Emily) Stone.

  3. Villa Carlotta è un edificio sito nel comune di Tremezzina in provincia di Como e posto sulle rive del Lago di Como.La villa è celebre sia per le raccolte d'arte conservate al suo interno, sia per il vasto giardino botanico che la circonda, parte del circuito Grandi Giardini Italiani.

  4. Biografia. Baruch Spinoza nacque il 24 novembre 1632 ad Amsterdam da genitori portoghesi di origine ebraico-sefardita che, in quanto marrani, ovvero forzati a convertirsi al Cristianesimo, ma che privatamente mantenevano la loro fede ebraica, erano stati costretti nel secondo decennio del secolo XVII per i suddetti motivi religiosi ad abbandonare il Portogallo e a stabilirsi nella calvinista ...

  5. 17/06/2022 · Prince Friso of Orange-Nassau and Mabel Wisse Smit The younger brother of Prince Willem-Alexander, Prince Friso married Mabel in 2004 after renouncing his title of Prince of the Netherlands.

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  7. The Netherlands was one of the poorest nations in northwestern Europe by 1750. In 1813, at the end of the French occupation (1795–1813), William I of the House of Orange-Nassau accepted the throne and became the first Dutch king. The Dutch nobility never had a position of prominence and influence in Dutch society.