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  1. Maria Anna and Ferdinand had no children. Ferdinand succeeded as emperor of Austria on 2 March 1835; Maria Anna became empress. On 12 September 1836 she was crowned queen of Bohemia in Prague. Maria Anna never learned to speak German during her tenure as empress, but preferred to speak French.

  2. Anna Isabella Gonzaga, no issue 2. Suzanne Henriette of Lorraine, no issue Charles William, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst: 16 Oct 1652 3 Nov 1718 Sophia of Saxe-Weissenfels, had issue Marie Anne of Orléans, Mademoiselle de Chartres: 9 Nov 1652 17 Aug 1656 Christian, Duke of Saxe-Eisenberg: 6 Jan 1653 28 Apr 1707 1. Christiane of Saxe-Merseburg, had ...

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  4. Family. Adelgunde was the sixth child and third daughter of Ludwig I of Bavaria and Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen.She was born in Würzburg on 19 March 1823. . Included among her siblings were Maximilian II of Bavaria, Mathilde, Grand Duchess of Hesse and by Rhine, King Otto of Greece and Luitpold, Prince Regent of B

  5. Isabella and Albert stimulated the growth of the artistic movement of Flemish Baroque painting. Their patronage of such artists and architects as Peter Paul Rubens (their court painter since 1609), Wenceslas Cobergher , Jacob Franquart , Pieter Brueghel the Younger , the De Nole family, Otto van Veen , and many others made the Court of Brussels one of the foremost artistic centers in Europe of ...

  6. Isabella arrived in Italy with twenty galleys sent by Frederick II to bring her to her father and married in person to Frederick II in the cathedral of Brindisi, on 9 November 1225. During the ceremony, Frederick declared himself King of Jerusalem and immediately saw to it that his new father-in-law John of Brienne, the current regent of Jerusalem, was dispossessed and his rights transferred ...

  7. Collocato al piano superiore del Palazzo del Capitano, è così chiamato perché in esso trovò dimora Anna Isabella Gonzaga da Guastalla, moglie dell'ultimo duca Ferdinando Carlo di Gonzaga-Nevers. È composto da sei sale (tra cui la Sala degli Imperatori) con soffitti in legno che furono in parte modificate alla fine del XVI secolo.