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  1. Luisa de Médici ( Florencia, Italia; 25 de enero de 1477 - ibídem, 1488), fue la séptima hija de Lorenzo el Magnífico y Clarisa Orsini . Biografía Fue bautizada el 30 de enero de 1477 con el nombre de Luisa Contessina Romola y la llamaban familiarmente Luigia .

    • Luisa Contessina Romola
  2. Ana María Luisa de Médici (Florencia, 11 de agosto de 1667-ibidem, 18 de febrero de 1743) fue la última representante de la familia de los Médici. Biografía [ editar ] Hija del gran duque de Toscana , Cosme III de Médici , y de la princesa Margarita Luisa de Orleans .

  3. 12 de jul. de 2017 · El 11 de julio de 1667 en Florencia, nació Ana maría Luisa de Médici. Era hija del matrimonio formado por Cosme III de Médici, Gran Duque de Toscana, y la Princesa Margarita Luisa de Orleans. La joven recibió una esmerada educación y siempre destacó por su gusto por el arte.

    • Early Life
    • Electress of The Palatinate
    • Tuscan Succession
    • Return to Florence
    • Death and Legacy

    Despite her mother's efforts to induce a miscarriage by means of riding, Anna Maria Luisa de' Medici, the only daughter and second child of Cosimo III de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, and his consort, Marguerite Louise d'Orléans, was born in Florence on 11 August 1667. She was named after her maternal aunt Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans, Duchess of ...

    In 1669, Anna Maria Luisa was considered as a potential bride to Louis, le Grand Dauphin, the heir-apparent of Louis XIV of France. Cosimo III did not like the idea of a French marriage, and never devoted himself fully to the cause (she was later rejected). Instead, Cosimo offered her to his first choice, Peter II of Portugal. Peter's ministers dec...

    Cosimo III wished to alter the male-only Tuscan line of succession so as to allow the accession of his daughter, Anna Maria Luisa, in the event of a male-line succession failure. But his plan was met with fierce opposition from the European powers. Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor, Tuscany's nominal feudal over-lord, subscribed, but only if he should...

    The Elector Palatine died in June 1716. His widow, Anna Maria Luisa, returned to Florence in October 1717. Dowager Grand Princess Violante Beatrice, her brother Ferdinando's widow, and Anna Maria Luisa did not enjoy an amiable relationship. Upon hearing of Anna Maria Luisa's intention to return, Violante Beatrice prepared to depart for Munich, her ...

    The "Lorrainers," as the occupying forces were dubbed, were popularly loathed. The Viceroy, the Prince de Craon, whom the Electress disliked for his "vulgar" court, allowed the Electress to live undisturbed in her own wing of the Palazzo Pitti, living in virtual seclusion, only on occasion receiving a select-number of guests under a black dais in h...

    • 5 June 1691 – 8 June 1716
  4. Luisa Contessina Romola di Lorenzo de' Medici, known as Luigia, (1477 – 1488) was an Italian noble. She was the eightborn and fourth daughter of Lorenzo de' Medici and Clarice Orsini . [2] She was going to marry with her fiancé Giovanni di Pierfrancesco de' Medici , but she died in 1488 at the age of 11.

    • Luisa Contessina Romola di Lorenzo de' Medici, known as Luigia
    • Medici
  5. 22 de nov. de 2021 · A la muerte de Cosme III y con el fin de los Medici asegurado, Ana Maria Luisa de Medici aceptó su destino pero no quiso abandonar Florencia. Era una mujer cultivada, determinada y con una fuerte personalidad. Que había vivido y visto mundo. Ana Maria adoraba Florencia y su arte. Apreciaba y disfrutaba con las enormes colecciones de arte que ...