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  1. Princess Frederica Louise Wilhelmina of Orange-Nassau (28 November 1770 – 15 October 1819) was a Hereditary Princess of Brunswick; married 14 October 1790 to Hereditary Prince Charles George August of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1766 – 20 September 1806), son of Charles William Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel.

  2. 22/06/2020 · Princess Louise is the sweetest person that lives. Louise of Orange-Nassau was born on 28 November 1770 as the daughter of William V, Prince of Orange and Wilhelmina of Prussia. She was thus the niece of Princess Carolina of Orange-Nassau, who was also her godmother. Louise would be their eldest surviving child as her mother [read more]

  3. The visitor is introduced to Marie Louise of Hesse-Kassel, Princess of Orange-Nassau, on the ground floor of the city palace, where she lived from 1731 until her death in 1765. A room in the museum has been decorated with portraits of Marie Louise and her family, along with objects and prints that also illustrate the influential period of the Frisian Nassaus.

  4. Princess Frederica Louise Wilhelmina of Orange-Nassau (28 November 1770 – 15 October 1819) was a Hereditary Princess of Brunswick; married 14 October 1790 to Hereditary Prince Charles George August of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1766 – 20 September 1806), son of Charles William Ferdinand, Duke of Brunsw

  5. La princesa Frederica Louise Wilhelmina de Orange-Nassau (28 de noviembre de 1770 - 15 de octubre de 1819) fue una princesa hereditaria de Brunswick; se casó el 14 de octubre de 1790 con el príncipe heredero Charles George August de Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1766-20 de septiembre de 1806), hijo de Charles William Ferdinand, duque de Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel.

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    Louise Henriëtte had to abandon her love for Henri Charles de La Trémoille, Prince of Talmant, son of Henry de La Trémoille, as her mother had royal ambitions for her. However, attempts to conclude an engagement with King Charles II of England came to nothing. Finally she was forced to marry Frederick William, Elector of Brandenburg(1620-1688), "the Great Elector," at The Hague on 7 December 1646, her nineteenth birthday. The Electorate of Brandenburg regarded this marriage as beneficial by reason of the connections with the Orange family it created in the hope of obtaining assistance for Brandenburg's struggle for influence in Pomerania.

    The couple lived in Cleves for the first years of their marriage, but they moved to Brandenburg, Frederick William's seat, in 1648. During her marriage, Louise Henriëtte followed her spouse and traveled between The Hague, Königsberg, Berlin and Cleves on campaigns, inspections, war and battle fields in Poland and Denmark. She acted as her husband's political adviser and was described as a pragmatist. She managed, through correspondence with the Queen of Poland, Marie Louise Gonzaga, to make an alliance with Poland in exchange for the Polish recognition of Prussia as a province of Brandenburg. It was said of her : "Few Electresses had been allowed so much influence".Louise Henriëtte had a new castle in Dutch style built in Bötzow in 1650-52 and called it Oranienburg, which became the name for the entire town in 1653.She was also involved in the design and development of the Lustgartenin Berlin. In 1663, she installed the first porcelain cabinet in Europe. In 1665, she founded an orph...

    With Frederick William, Elector of Brandenburg, she had six children. 1. William Henry (1648-1649) 2. Charles(1655-1674) 3. Frederick (1657-1713), the first King in Prussia 4. Amalie (1664-1664) 5. Henry (1664-1664) 6. Louis (1666-1687), married Ludwika Karolina Radziwiłł Luise Henriette died in Berlin and was buried in the Berliner Dom.

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