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 alt.talk.royalty FAQ
HRH Henri Grand Duke of Luxembourg, Duke of Nassau, Prince of Bourbon of Parma, Count Palatine of the Rhine, Count of Sayn, of Königstein, of Katzenelnbogen, and of Dietz, Burgrave of Hammerstein, Lord of Mahlberg, of Wiesbaden, of Idstein, of Merenberg, of Limburg, of Eppstein.
In Belgium, France, Portugal and Spain peers were the category of highest nobles; although most dukes were peers, some peers held lower titles.
Joachim of Habsburg-Lorraine, Prince of Belgium, Prince Imperial and Archduke of Austria-Este, Prince Royal of Hungary and Bohemia (b.
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 Interesting Facts about our World in the 'Lifestyle' category
and the current Grand Duke Henri (who accessed the throne in 2000) is not only the Grand Duke of Luxembourg, but also the Prince of Nassau, and the Prince of Bourbon-Parma.
And the next Grand Duke will be the heir-apparent, Guilaume Jean Joseph Marie, who by the way was featured in a recent Vogue magazine about royalty.
Something else - you can walk the entire capitol city in well less than a day, i mean in like a few hours.
www.nationmaster.com /facts.php   (6328 words)

  
 Interesting Facts about our World in the 'Lifestyle' category
and the current Grand Duke Henri (who accessed the throne in 2000) is not only the Grand Duke of Luxembourg, but also the Prince of Nassau, and the Prince of Bourbon-Parma.
And the next Grand Duke will be the heir-apparent, Guilaume Jean Joseph Marie, who by the way was featured in a recent Vogue magazine about royalty.
Luxembourg is the ONLY Grand Duchy in the world.
www.nationmaster.com /facts.php   (6305 words)

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