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  1. El duque de Valentinois, anteriormente conde de Valentinois, es un título nobiliario, originario de los pares de Francia, y actualmente uno de los muchos títulos hereditarios reclamados por el príncipe de Mónaco a pesar de su extinción en la legislación francesa en 1949. El título indicaba antiguamente el control del Ducado de Valentinois, pero al integrarse este como parte de Francia el título pasó a ser nominal. Fue creado por lo menos en cuatro ocasiones: en 1498 para ...

  2. El duque de Valentinois , anteriormente conde de Valentinois, es un título nobiliario, originario de los pares de Francia, y actualmente uno de los muchos títulos hereditarios reclamados por el príncipe de Mónaco a pesar de su extinción en la legislación francesa en 1949.

  3. Duke of Valentinois is a title of nobility, originally in the French peerage. It is currently one of the many hereditary titles claimed by the Prince of Monaco despite its extinction in French law in 1949. Though it originally indicated administrative control of the Duchy of Valentinois, based around the city of Valence, the duchy has since become part of France, making the title simply one of courtesy. It has been created at least four times: on August 17, 1498, for Cesare Borgia ...

  4. El duque de Valentinois ( francés: Duc de Valentinois; italiano: Duca Valentino ), anteriormente conde de Valentinois, es un título nobiliario, originario de los pares de Francia, y actualmente uno de los muchos títulos hereditarios reclamados por el príncipe de Mónaco a pesar de su extinción en la legislación francesa en 1949.

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    Born at the Château de Kerscamp, Hennebont, Morbihan, France, as Count Pierre Marie Xavier Raphaël Antoine Melchior de Polignac, he was the fourth son and youngest child of Count Maxence Melchior Edouard Marie Louis de Polignac (1857–1936) and his Mexican-born wife, Susana Mariana Estefanía Francisca de Paula del Corazón de Jesús de la Torre y Mier...

    He married civilly on 19 March and religiously on 20 March 1920, in Monaco, Princess Charlotte of Monaco, the illegitimate but adopted daughter of Louis II of Monaco by Marie Juliette Louvet. He changed his name and coat of arms to those borne by the House of Grimaldi by Monegasque ordinance issued on 18 March 1920, the day before his wedding. He h...

    Initially, the couple inaugurated a new focus in the principality on culture, as patrons of the arts. Serge Diaghilev and the prince agreed that financial sponsorship of the former's dance troupe, the Ballets Russes, offered an opportune means to raise the national prestige of Pierre and the international prestige of the principality. In 1922 the S...

    According to James Lees-Milne, a British writer and friend of Pierre's, his unhappy arranged marriage was complicated by his homosexuality and Princess Charlotte's affairs.In the mid-1920s, the couple unofficially separated. Prince Pierre and Princess Charlotte were judicially separated on 20 March 1930 at Paris, and in a case titled "Princesse hér...

    Prince Pierre died on 10 November 1964, of cancer, at the American Hospital in Neuilly-sur-Seine, Paris, France. Lifemagazine in 1947 described Prince Pierre as "a slender and graceful gallant who wears his coat cape-fashion across his shoulders. His manners are exquisite; his voice so cultivated as to be practically inaudible".

    France: Grand Officer of the Legion of Honour
    Italy: Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic
    Monaco: Grand Officer of the Order of Saint-Charles
    Sweden: Commander Grand Cross of the Order of the Polar Star- 1923
    • Count Maxence de Polignac
    • Polignac (by birth), Grimaldi (by marriage)
  5. The Count of Valentinois was originally the official in charge of the region (county) around Valence (Roman Valentia). It evolved in a hereditary title of nobility, still indicating control of the Valentinois and often of the Diois. The title later became the Duke of Valentinois.