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  1. 17 de feb. de 2024 · Frederica de Saxe-Gota-Altenburg nació en Gotha (Ciudad de Alemania) el 24/03/1675 y murió en Karlovy Vary (Ciudad checa) el 28/05/1709 a la edad de 34 años. Hoy Frederica de Saxe-Gota-Altenburg tendría 348 años.

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  3. Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg remained one of the mightiest Ernestine duchies under the rule of Duke Frederick III from 1732. He had the palaces and gardens in Gotha rebuilt in a lavish Baroque style and supported the religious refugees of the Moravian Church in Neudietendorf. His sister Augusta married Prince Frederick of Wales in 1736, their first ...

  4. Frederica de Saxe-Gota-Altemburgo ( 24 de março de 1675 – 28 de maio de 1709) foi uma princesa de Anhalt-Zerbst por casamento. Biografia. Após a morte do seu pai, o duque Frederico I de Saxe-Gota-Altemburgo, em 1691, Frederica mudou-se para o Castelo de Altemburgo onde a sua madrasta, a marquesa Cristina de Baden-Durlach, tinha o seu dote.

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    Princess Augusta was born in Gotha to Frederick II, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg (1676–1732) and Magdalena Augusta of Anhalt-Zerbst (1679–1740). Her paternal grandfather was Frederick I, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg, eldest surviving son of Ernest I, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg. In 1736, it was proposed that she marry 29-year-old Frederick, Prince...

    Augusta of Saxe-Gotha left Hellevoetsluis 17 April 1736 and arrived at Greenwich on the royal yacht William and Mary on the 25th, where she was welcomed by her groom. On 27 April 1736, she was escorted to St James's Palace, London, where she met the rest of the royal family. When she was introduced to the royal family, she made a favourable impress...

    On 31 March 1751, Frederick unexpectedly died, making Augusta a widow at thirty-two. Dr. Doran described her at the death of her spouse: "She had, throughout her married life exhibited much mental superiority, with great kindness of disposition, and that under circumstances of great difficulty, and sometimes of a character to inflict vexation on th...

    Princess Augusta enlarged and greatly extended Kew Gardens after her husband's death. Sir William Chambers built several garden structures for her. One of these, the lofty Great Pagodabuilt in 1761, still remains.

    Several places in British Americawere named in her honour: 1. Augusta, Georgia 2. Augusta County, Virginia 3. Fort Augusta, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania Michelle Fairley portrayed a fictionalized version of Augusta in Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story(2023).

    Augusta, Princess of Wales at the official website of the Royal Collection Trust
    Portraits of Augusta of Saxe-Gotha, Princess of Wales at the National Portrait Gallery, London
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  6. Juan Adolfo II, duque de Sajonia-Weissenfels ( Weissenfels, 4 de septiembre de 1685 - Leipzig, 16 de mayo de 1746) fue un duque de Sajonia-Weissenfels -Querfurt y miembro de la Casa de Wettin. También fue un comandante en el ejército sajón. Era el hijo más joven de los once de Juan Adolfo I, duque de Sajonia-Weissenfels, de su primera ...