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  1. The House of Habsburg-Lorraine (German: Haus Habsburg-Lothringen) originated from the marriage in 1736 of Francis III, Duke of Lorraine and Bar, and Maria Theresa of Austria, later successively Queen of Bohemia, Queen of Hungary, Queen of Croatia and Archduchess of Austria.

  2. Habsburg-Kyburg. Cognatic : Habsburg-Lorraine. Habsburg-Tuscany. The House of Habsburg ( / ˈhæpsbɜːrɡ /, German: Haus Habsburg, pronounced [haʊ̯s ˈhaːpsˌbʊʁk] ⓘ ), also known as the House of Austria, [note 6] is one of the most prominent and important dynasties in European history.

  3. The House of Habsburg-Lorraine inherited the Habsburg Empire, ruling the Austrian Empire and then Austria-Hungary until the dissolution of the monarchy in 1918. Although its senior agnates are the dukes of Hohenberg, the house is currently headed by Karl von Habsburg (born 1961), grandson of the last emperor Charles I.

  4. La casa de Habsburgo-Lorena es la única rama legítima actualmente subsistente de las casas de Habsburgo y de Lorena, procedente del matrimonio del duque Francisco III, duque de Lorena y Bar (1708-1765), y María Teresa de Habsburgo (1717-1780), reina de Hungría y de Bohemia y archiduquesa soberana de Austria en 1736.

  5. The Habsburg monarchy, [i] also known as Habsburg Empire, or Habsburg Realm, [j] was the collection of empires, kingdoms, duchies, counties and other polities that were ruled by the House of Habsburg. From the 18th century it is also referred to as the Danubian monarchy [k] or the Austrian monarchy ( Latin: Monarchia Austriaca ). [2]

  6. la maison de Habsbourg-Lorraine présida la Confédération germanique (de 1815 à 1848 et de 1850 à 1866 ). et donne des épouses aux souverains européens : France ( royaume et Empire ) : Marie-Antoinette d'Autriche (de 1770 à 1793 (jusqu'à la mort) pour Louis XVI, Marie-Louise d'Autriche (de 1810 à 1821) pour Napoléon Ier.

  7. The coats of arms of the House of Habsburg were the heraldic emblems of their members and their territories, such as Austria-Hungary and the Austrian Empire. Historian Michel Pastoureau says that the original purpose of heraldic emblems and seals was to facilitate the exercise of power and the identification of the ruler, due to they offered ...