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  1. The house takes its name from Habsburg Castle, a fortress built in the 1020s in present-day Switzerland by Radbot of Klettgau, who named his fortress Habsburg. His grandson Otto II was the first to take the fortress name as his own, adding "Count of Habsburg" to his title.

  2. La Casa de Habsburgo, también llamada Casa de Austria, fue una de las más influyentes y poderosas casas reales de Europa. Los Habsburgo ocuparon el trono del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico de forma continua desde 1438 hasta 1740 y ocuparon en distintos momentos los tronos de España, Portugal, Bohemia, Inglaterra, Hungría, Croacia y el Segundo Imperio Mexicano. Los Habsburgo eran originarios de un modesto castillo en Argovia, actual Suiza. El fundador de la dinastía, el conde ...

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  3. Habsburg was a family of dukes, kings, and monarchs. They were very important in European history. They first ruled parts of Switzerland in the 13th century. They ruled Austria, later Austria-Hungary for more than 600 years, and also sometimes owned Spain and the Netherlands. They ruled the Holy Roman Empire from about 1280 to 1806.

  4. The House of Habsburg takes its name from Habsburg Castle, a fortress built in the 1020s by Count Radbot of Klettgau in Aargau, present-day Switzerland. His grandson, Otto II, was the first to take on the name of the fortress as his own, adding Graf von Habsburg ("Count of Habsburg") to his title.

  5. The Habsburg monarchy, also known as the Danubian monarchy, or Habsburg Empire, was the collection of empires, kingdoms, duchies, counties and other polities that were ruled by the House of Habsburg, especially the dynasty's Austrian branch. In historiography, the terms 'Austria' or 'Austrians' are frequently used as shorthand for the Habsburg monarchy since the 18th century. From 1438 to 1806, the rulers of the House of Habsburg almost continuously reigned as Holy Roman Emperors ...

  6. La casa de Habsburgo-Lorena es la única rama legítima actualmente subsistente de las casas de Habsburgo y de Lorena, procedente del matrimonio del duque Francisco III, duque de Lorena y Bar, y María Teresa de Habsburgo, reina de Hungría y de Bohemia y archiduquesa soberana de Austria en 1736. Los miembros de esta rama, que heredaron las posesiones patrimoniales de los Habsburgo y de su vocación al Imperio, aunque por línea paterna descendientes de la casa de Lorena, unieron ...

  7. Karl von Habsburg (given names: Karl Thomas Robert Maria Franziskus Georg Bahnam; born 11 January 1961) is an Austrian politician and the head of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine, therefore being a claimant to the defunct Austro-Hungarian throne. As a citizen of the Republic of Austria, his legal name is Karl Habsburg-Lothringen. [1]