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  1. María Fortunata de Este (Palacio Ducal, Módena, 24 de noviembre de 1731-Venecia, 21 de septiembre de 1803) fue una princesa de Módena por nacimiento y princesa de Conti a través de su matrimonio con Luis Francisco II de Borbón-Conti. [1]

  2. Maria Fortunata d'Este (24 November 1731 – 21 September 1803) was a Modenese princess by birth and a princess du sang by marriage. By her marriage to Louis François Joseph de Bourbon, Prince of Conti , her first cousin, she became the Countess of La Marche and later the Princess of Conti; and was a member of the French court of ...

  3. Maria Fortunata d'Este (24 November 1731 – 21 September 1803) was a Modenese princess by birth and a princess du sang by marriage. By her marriage to Louis François Joseph de Bourbon, Prince of Conti, her first cousin, she became the Countess of La Marche and later the Princess of Conti; and was a member of the French court of King Louis XV ...

  4. Maria Fortunata d'Este. Maria Fortunata as the Countess of La Marche in 1768 by Carmontelle. Maria Fortunata d'Este, Princess of Modena (24 November 1731 – 21 September 1803) was a Princess of the duchy of Modena and a great-granddaughter of Louis XIV through her mother (who was a granddaughter of Louis XIV and Madame de Montespan) Born in ...

  5. 6 de jun. de 2019 · The 71-year-old Princess died from pleurisy and was buried in the chapel of the convent. In 1830, Marias great-nephew Louis, the son of her niece Louise Marie Adélaïde de Bourbon became King of the French and would reign as the last French King before the proclamation of the Second Republic in 1848.

  6. 23 de may. de 2018 · July 15, 1734. Birthplace: Modena, Modena, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. Death: September 21, 1803 (69) Venice, Venice, Veneto, Italy. Immediate Family: Daughter of Francesco III d'Este, duca di Modena e Reggio and HRH Princess Charlotte Aglaé of France, Mademoiselle de Blois III, Mademoiselle de Valois.

  7. Maria Fortunata d'Este was a Modenese princess by birth and a princess du sang by marriage. By her marriage to Louis François Joseph de Bourbon, Prince of Conti, her first cousin, she became the Countess of La Marche and later the Princess of Conti; and was a member of the French court of King Louis XV and King Louis XVI.