Christina of Saxony (born Torgau, 25 December 1461 – died Odense, 8 December 1521), was queen of Denmark, Norway and Sweden as the wife of King John
Frederick ensured that Martin Luther would be heard before the Diet of Worms in 1521 and secured an exemption from the Edict of Worms for Saxony. Frederick collected many relics in his castle church; his inventory of 1518 listed 17,443 items, including a thumb from St. Anne, a twig from Moses' burning bush, hay of the holy manger, and milk from the Virgin Mary.
Magdalena Sybilla Hohenzollernówna (1612-1687) król Danii i Norwegii Fryderyk III Oldenburg (1609-1670) ∞1643 Zofia Amelia Welf (1628-1685) Erdmann August Hohenzollern (1615-1651) ∞1641 Zofia Hohenzollernówna (1614–1646) książę Wirtembergii Eberhard III Wirtemberski (1614-1674) ∞1637 Anna Katarzyna von Salm-Kyrburg (1614-1655 ...
19/12/2021 · Magdalena Schaffranek told Uwe Mader to tell no one, ... Görlitz’s “New Synagogue,” which dates to 1911, is the only one in the state of Saxony to survive Kristallnacht.