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  2. List of rulers of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria 1801–1873: Ludwig I 1786–1825–1848–1868: Theresa of Saxe-Hildburghausen 1792–1854: Maria Anna of Saxony 1799–1832: Leopold II of Tuscany 1797–1870: Ludovika of Bavaria 1808–1892: Elisbath Franziska of Austria 1831–1903: Charles Victor of Austria-Este 1821–1849: Amalia Augusta of Bavaria 1801 ...

  3. Empress Elisabeth – NettyRoyal

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    Elisabeth – A Real Christmas Baby On Christmas Eve 24 December 1837 at 10.43pm the fourth child of Maximilian Joseph, Duke in Bavaria and Princess Ludovika of Bavaria was born in München, Germany. The little girl was christened Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie, but was known by her family by the nickname of Sisi.

  4. Ludovika Wilhelmine von Bayern - Geneee

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    Elisabeth Ludovika, Königin von Preußen 1801-1873 72 years old Amalie Auguste, Königin von Sachsen 1801-1877 75 years old Maria Anna, Königin von Sachsen 1805-1877 72 years old Sophie Friederike, Erzherzogin von Österreich 1805-1872 67 years old Maximiliane Josepha Karoline 1810-1821 10 years old Half-siblings

  5. Family tree of German monarchs - Wikipedia

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    of Bavaria 1805–1872: Ludovika of Bavaria 1808–1892: Maximilian Joseph Duke in Bavaria 1808–1888: Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria 1801–1873: Frederick William IV 1795–1861 King of Prussia President of the Erfurt Union r. 1849–1850: William I 1797–1888 King of Prussia President of the North German Confederation German Emperor r. 1867 ...

  6. November | 2022 | Unofficial Royalty

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    November 13, 1801 – Birth of Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria, Queen of Prussia, wife of King Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia, in Munich, Kingdom of Bavaria, now in Bavaria, Germany Elisabeth Ludovika was the daughter of King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and his second wife Princess Caroline of Baden. She was the twin sister of Amalie Auguste below.

  7. Duchess Mathilde Ludovika in Bavaria - Popular Bio

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    Duchess Mathilde Ludovika in Bavaria’s Net Worth: $1-5 Million Age, Height & Body Measurements Duchess Mathilde Ludovika in Bavaria has been died on 81 years (age at death). Duchess Mathilde Ludovika in Bavaria’s height Unknown & weight Not Available right. Full body measurements, dress & shoe size will be updated soon.

  8. Emperor Franz Joseph – NettyRoyal

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    Elisabeth – A Real Christmas Baby On Christmas Eve 24 December 1837 at 10.43pm the fourth child of Maximilian Joseph, Duke in Bavaria and Princess Ludovika of Bavaria was born in München, Germany. The little girl was christened Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie, but was known by her family by the nickname of Sisi.

  9. Sisi – NettyRoyal

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    On Christmas Eve 24 December 1837 at 10.43pm the fourth child of Maximilian Joseph, Duke in Bavaria and Princess Ludovika of Bavaria was born in München, Germany. The little girl was christened Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie, but was known by her family by the nickname of Sisi. In August 1853 Elisabeth became engaged to her full […]

  10. Netflix German Period Drama 'The Empress' Renewed for Season ...

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    the streamer has confirmed that its german period drama has been renewed for a second season, which will continue the story of the infamous empress elisabeth ("sisi") i of austria, the daughter of a bavarian duke who married an emperor for love and subsequently became one of the first celebrity royals, who was almost maniacally beloved by her …

  11. 'The Empress' Season 2: Plot, cast, potential relase date and ...

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    In real life, Elisabeth gave birth to four children, but her firstborn Archduchess Sophie of Austria dies of a high fever while traveling with her mother to Hungary. This event was traumatic to...