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  2. Austria’s Spirited Empress | Vanity Fair

    “Sisi, where are you!” the Duchess Ludovika of Bavaria shouts at her daughter in the first scene of the new series The Empress. The 15-year-old Elisabeth, or Sisi as she was fondly called, is...

  3. Sisi's photos reveal an emancipated empress – DW – 10/26/2020

    10/26/2020. Photos collected by Empress Elisabeth of Austria, known as Sisi, are on display in an exhibition in Cologne, shedding a new light on her character. Advertisement. In the summer of 1853 ...

  4. Ludovika of Bavaria – The unhappy Duchess (Part two)

    On 24 December 1837, Ludovika gave birth to her second daughter – named Elisabeth but perhaps better known in history as Sisi. She was born with a tooth which was considered to be good luck. Her husband was deep in planning a trip to the middle east – a trip he would undertake without Ludovika.

  5. Helene in Bavaria: The Sidelined Sister – The Royal Women

    Ludovika decided to bring Elisabeth along. Elisabeth had recently fallen in love with a count who had died, and she was devastated, so Ludovika thought that a trip would make Elisabeth happier. The three women journeyed to Bad Ischl, wearing all black since they were in mourning for an aunt.

  6. Elisabeth Ludovika Of Bavaria Photos and Premium High Res ...

    Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria, 13 November 1801 Ð 14 December 1873, was a Princess of Bavaria and later Queen consort of Prussia, digital improved... Elisabeth Von Bayern', . Portrait of Elisabeth Ludovika, Princess of Bavaria and Queen consort of Prussia .

  7. Elisabeth, nicknamed Sisi (sometimes spelled Sissi), was born on December 24th, 1837, in Munich. She was the fourth child and second daughter of Princess Ludovika of Bavaria and Maximilian Joseph, Duke in Bavaria. She had ten siblings, and eight, including her, survived to adulthood. Her parents’ marriage was unhappy, but they were amazing parents.

  8. Family tree of SISSI - Geneastar

    Born Her Royal Highness Duchess Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie in Munich, Bavaria, she was the fourth child of Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria and Princess Ludovika of Bavaria. Maximilian was considered to be rather peculiar; he had a childish love of circuses and traveled the Bavarian countryside to escape his duties. The family home was at Possenhofen Castle, far from the protocols of court ...

  9. Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria & Stolzenfels Castle

    The ruins of the castle were gifted to the future Frederick William IV of Prussia in 1823 and he had it rebuilt in the current gothic style. Inauguration of the Gothic chapel occurred in 1845 during a visit by Queen Victoria and it was used as a summer residence by Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria, Frederick William’s wife, after his death.

  10. Princess Sophie of Bavaria - Wikipedia

    Princess Sophie of Bavaria (Sophie Friederike Dorothea Wilhelmine; 27 January 1805 – 28 May 1872) was the daughter of King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and his second wife, Caroline of Baden. The identical twin sister of Queen Maria Anna of Saxony, Sophie became Archduchess of Austria by marriage to Archduke Franz Karl of Austria.

  11. Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria | European Royal History

    Posts about Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria written by liamfoley63. Friedrich Wilhelm IV (October 15, 1795 – January 2, 1861), the eldest son and successor of Frederick William III of Prussia, reigned as King of Prussia from June 7, 1840 to his death on January 2, 1861.