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  1. Queen dowager. On 6 March 1964, King Paul died of cancer. When her son, King Constantine II, married Princess Anne-Marie of Denmark later that year on 18 September, Queen Frederica stepped back from the majority of her public duties in favor of her daughter-in-law.

  2. Berengaria of Portugal (Portuguese: Berengária, Danish: Bengjerd; c. 1198 – 27 March 1221) was a Portuguese infanta (princess) and Queen of Denmark, by marriage to King Valdemar II.

  3. Contents move to sidebar hide Starten 1 Historie 2 Arkitektur Vis/skjul underafsnit Arkitektur 2.1 Opførelse af tårne, kapeller, spir og gravplads 3 Danske monarker begravet i Roskilde Domkirke 4 Inventar og udsmykning Vis/skjul underafsnit Inventar og udsmykning 4.1 Det store krucifiks 4.2 Orglet 4.3 Højaltertavlen 4.4 Prædikestolen 4.5 Maleri af Frederik 3.s død 4.6 Andreaskapellet 5 ...

  4. Frederick III was married twice. Firstly, he married in 1537 Marie of Brandenburg-Kulmbach (1519 – 1567), daughter of Casimir, Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth and Susanna of Bavaria. Their children were: Alberta (4 April 1538 – 19 March 1553) Louis VI, Elector Palatine (4 July 1539 – 22 October 1583)

  5. His second wife was Princess Anna of Prussia (1836–1918), the youngest daughter of Prince Charles of Prussia and Princess Marie of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach. They had six children: Prince Frederick William III of Hesse (1854–1888); never married; died at sea on a voyage from Batavia to Singapore.

  6. Zoon van Christiaan VI van Denemarken en Sophia Magdalena van Brandenburg-Kulmbach Christiaan VII: 1766: 1808: Caroline Mathilde van Wales: Zoon van Frederik V van Denemarken en Louise van Groot-Brittannië Frederik VI: 1808: 1839: Marie Sophie Frederika van Hessen-Kassel: Zoon van Christiaan VII van Denemarken en Caroline Mathilde van Wales ...

  7. Leben und Wirken. Christian VI. war der zweite Sohn von Friedrich IV. von Dänemark und dessen Gemahlin Louise zu Mecklenburg.. Anlässlich einer Reise kam Christian im Juli 1721 nach Sachsen, wo er in Pretzsch der dort residierenden Kurfürstin und polnischen Titularkönigin Christiane Eberhardine seine Aufwartung machte.