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  1. Elisabeth never forgot Vicky's kindness and in her will broke with tradition by leaving Vicky her jewels. These jewels were meant to have been bequeathed to the current Queen, ( Augusta of Saxe-Weimar , Elisabeth's sister-in-law, who was by then Prussian Queen and German Empress); this was an offense for which Augusta never forgave Vicky.

  2. Elisabeth Gabriele Valérie Marie of Bavaria (25 July 1876 – 23 November 1965) was the Queen of the Belgians from 23 December 1909 to 17 February 1934 as the spouse of King Albert I, and a duchess in Bavaria by birth.

  3. Elisabeth died of tuberculosis in Bolzano on Christmas Day, 1856. Issue. With Rainer she had eight children: Maria Carolina (1821–1844) Adelaide (3 June 1822 – 20 January 1855), who became the wife of Vittorio Emanuele II, King of Sardinia from 1849 to 1861 and subsequently King of Italy. Leopoldo Luigi (6 June 1823 – 24 May 1898)

  4. Isabel de Baviera (en alemán: Elisabeth Amelie Eugenie Herzogin in Bayern; [nota 1] Múnich, 24 de diciembre de 1837-Ginebra, 10 de septiembre de 1898) fue una princesa bávara conocida por haber sido emperatriz de Austria (1854-1898) y reina consorte de Hungría (1867-1898), entre otros muchos títulos inherentes a la Casa de Habsburgo-Lorena.

  5. Elisabeth Gabriele Valérie Marie Herzogin in Bayern (* 25. Juli 1876 in Possenhofen am Starnberger See ; † 23. November 1965 in Brüssel , Belgien ) war die Frau des belgischen Königs Albert I. und die Mutter des späteren belgischen Königs Leopold III.

  6. 14/05/2019 · Married at 16 to the emperor of Austria, Elisabeth—nicknamed Sisi—was a reluctant empress, struggling with royal life and sympathetic to the democratic struggles of the people in her new nation.

  7. Isabel Amália Eugénia da Baviera (em alemão: Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie von Bayern; Munique, 24 de dezembro de 1837 — Genebra, 10 de setembro de 1898), apelidada de Sissi, foi a esposa do imperador Francisco José I e Imperatriz Consorte da Áustria e seus demais domínios de 1854 até sua morte, em 1898.