Empress Maria Theresia

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Herzgruft - Hearts Inurned Here
... the upper row, arranged in sequence of death date (from left to right) Empress Anna of Tyrol (4 October 1585 – 15 December 1618) Daughter of Ferdinand II, Duke of Tyrol and wife of her cousin ... Husband of Empress Anna.1 Buried in tomb 2 in the Imperial Crypt Emperor Ferdinand II (1578–1637) Eldest son of Archduke Charles II of Styria ... Buried in tomb 115 in the Imperial Crypt Empress Margarita Teresa (12 August 1651 – 12 March 1673) Niece, cousine and first wife of Emperor Leopold I11 at age 15 ...
Imperial Crypt - Vaults - Ferdinand's Vault - Within The Southwest Pier
... August 1772 - Laxenburg 12 July 1795) Fourth son of Emperor Leopold II113 and Empress Maria Ludovika.114 Died at 22 ... in the Herzgruft in the Augustinerkirche Archduchess Maria Amalia Josephe Johanna Katharina Theresia (Florence 15 October 1780 - Vienna 25 December 1798) Daughter of Emperor Leopold II113 and ... Infant first daughter of Emperor Franz II57 and Empress Maria Theresia.60 Her heart is buried in the Herzgruft in the Augustinerkirche Archduchess Maria Eleonore of Austria-Teschen (Gro ...
Imperial Crypt Vaults - Ferdinand's Vault - Within The Southwest Pier:
1772 – Laxenburg 12 July 1795) Fourth son of Emperor Leopold II113 and Empress Maria Ludovika.114 Died at 22 ... His heart is buried in the Herzgruft in the Augustinerkirche Archduchess Maria Amalia Josephe Johanna Katharina Theresia (Florence 15 October 1780 – Vienna 25 December 1798) Daughter of Emperor Leopold ... February 1790 – Vienna 24 June 1791) Infant first daughter of Emperor Franz II57 and Empress Maria Theresia.60 Her heart is buried in the Herzgruft in the Augustinerkirche Archduchess Maria Eleonore of Austria-Te ...

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