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  1. La princesa Luisa Federica era sordomuda desde su nacimiento. El 12 de febrero de 1818 en Dessau, Luisa Federica se casó con su tío, el langravius Gustav de Hesse - Homburg, hermano de la madre de Luisa Federica. Gustavo y Luisa Federica tuvieron tres hijos: Gustavo murió el 8 de septiembre de 1848 en Bad Homburg.

  2. Luisa Federico de Wurtemberg (3 de febrero de 1722, Stuttgart - 2 de agosto de 1791, Hamburgo) fue Duquesa de Wurtemberg por nacimiento y, por matrimonio, Duquesa consorte de Mecklemburgo-Schwerin. Era la única hija sobreviviente del príncipe heredero Federico Luis de Wurtemberg y su esposa, Margravia Enriqueta María de Brandeburgo - Schwedt.

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  4. Luisa Federica Scialpi joined the Firm in 2010 and became Managing Associate in 2022. Membership in professional associations. Member of the Naples Bar (Italy) 2012. Education. Graduated in Law. LUISS Guido Carli, Rome, 2008. Master, School for the Legal Profession. LUISS Guido Carli, Rome, 2010. Languages. Italian, English

  5. Louise Frederica of Württemberg. Duchess Louise Frederica of Württemberg (3 February 1722 – 2 August 1791) was a Duchess consort of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. [1] She was the daughter of Frederick Louis, Hereditary Prince of Württemberg and Margravine Henrietta Maria of Brandenburg-Schwedt. She married Frederick II, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin ...

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  7. Hi everyone, I'm Luisa, Italian mother tongue. I have a degree in Languages and Modern Literatures; I have just enrolled in a master course in Language Sciences and Cultural Studies for Special Needs. I would like to teach and interact with students from all over the world.