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  Destination Copenhagen: Citywalks in Copenhagen
The king that named the square was Christian V and you will spot him sitting on a horse in the middle of the square, which is called "Krinsen".
The initiator was the daughter, Dagmar, of Christian IX:s.
And it is from the palace balcony Denmark´s new regents are proclaimed.
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  ChristianIXbio
Christian of Schleswig Holstein Sonderburg Glucksburg was born on April 8, 1818 in Gottorp.
Christian was a quite good looking man; he was tall and always streightened, had a handsome face with deep blue eyes, a kind and gentle character and lacked of ambitions.
By the end of 1847, King Christian VIII, who was sure his only son Frederik would not produce any heir, decided that at his sons's death his niece Luise could claimed her rights to the throne, transfering them to her husband, who would be then King of Denmark.
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 Christian IX of Denmark - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Christian IX of Denmark (April 8, 1818 – January 29, 1906) was King of Denmark from November 15, 1863 to January 29, 1906.
Christian's grandsons included Nicholas II of Russia, Constantine I of Greece, George V of the United Kingdom, Christian X of Denmark and Haakon VII of Norway.
Christian died peacefully of old age at 87 in Copenhagen and was buried at Roskilde, Denmark.
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 Christian IX of Denmark - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Christian IX of Denmark (April 8, 1818 – January 29, 1906) was King of Denmark from November 15, 1863 to January 29, 1906.
Christian was immediately plunged into a crisis over the possession and status of Schleswig and Holstein, two provinces to Denmark's south when, under pressure, he signed the November Constitution, a treaty that made Schleswig part of Denmark.
Christian died peacefully of old age at 87 in Copenhagen and was buried in Roskilde Cathedral.
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 Search Results for "Christian IX of Denmark"
Originally named Dagmar, she was the daughter of Christian IX of Denmark and the sister of Queen Alexandra of Great Britain....
...of Prince Louis of Battenberg, and a grandson of George I of Greece, great-grandson of Christian IX of Denmark, and great-great-grandson of Queen Victoria.
Christian X, 1870-1947, king of Denmark (1912-47) and Iceland (1912-44), son and successor of Frederick VIII and brother of King Haakon VII of Norway.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Princess Elisabeth of Denmark
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark (née Mary Elizabeth Donaldson) born in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia on 5 February 1972, styled HRH The Crown Princess is the wife of Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark.
Her Royal Highness Benedikte Astrid Ingeborg Ingrid, Princess of Denmark, Princess of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg (Benedikte Astrid Ingeborg Ingrid of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, née Glucksburg, born 29 April 1944) is a daughter of King Frederick IX of Denmark and Queen Ingrid.
Queen Alexandrine of Denmark (December 24, 1879- December 28, 1952) was the consort of King Christian X of Denmark She was born a Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, in the city of Schwerin.
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 The Danish Monarchy - Denmark - Visit Denmark: The official guide to Denmark with Danish tourism and travel information ...
Prince Christian of Glücksborg, who was descended in direct male line from the royal house, acceded to the throne as Christian IX on the death of Frederik VII in 1863.
Christian IX became known as the father-in-law of Europe, his daughter Alexandra being married to King Edward VII of Great Britain, his daughter Dagmar to Czar Alexander III of Russia, and his daughter Thyra to Duke Ernst August of Cumberland.
When Christian IX’s son Vilhelm had become King of the Hellenes in 1863 under the name of George I, a large proportion of the European royal houses could meet in Fredensborg Palace for family gatherings in the home of Christian IX.
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 Christian IX of Denmark: bio and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Christian IX of Denmark (April 8, 1818 – January 29, 1906) was King of Denmark (A constitutional monarchy in northern Europe; consists of the mainland of Jutland and many islands between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea) from November 15, 1863 to January 29, 1906.
Through his mother, Christian was a great-grandson of Frederik V of Denmark (additional info and facts about Frederik V of Denmark), great-great-grandson of George II of Great Britain (additional info and facts about George II of Great Britain) and descendant of several other monarchs, but had no strong claim to any European throne.
Christian IX sought unsuccessfully, to prevent the spread of democracy throughout Denmark.
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 Ancestors and Family of Christian IX of Denmark Oldenburg
In domestic affairs, Christian IX's reign was marked by a struggle between liberal and conservative elements for control of the Folketing, the lower house of the Danish Rigsdag, the legislature.
Christian was the son of Duke William of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Beck (and after 1825 Duke of Glücksburg).
Christian married Louise Wilhelmina of Hesse-Kassel, daughter of William X of Hesse-Cassel and Louise Charlotte Oldenburg, on 26 May 1842 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Through his mother, Christian was a great-grandson of Frederik V of Denmark, great-great-grandson of George II of Great Britain and descendant of several other monarchs, but had no direct claim to any European throne.
Christian was immediately plunged into a crisis over the possession and status of Schleswig and Holstein, two provinces to Denmark's south when, under pressure, he signed the November Constitution, a treaty that made Schleswig part of Denmark.
Christian died peacefully of old age at 87 in Copenhagen and was buried in Roskilde Cathedral.
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Denmark -> Economy Once essentially an agricultural country and still possessing a visibly rural landscape, Denmark after 1945 greatly expanded its industrial base so that by the 1990s industry contributed over 25% of the gross domestic product and agriculture less than 5% (Denmark's other traditional industries of fishing and shipbuildi...
Young Men's Christian Association Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA), organization having as its objective the development of values and behaviors that are consistent with Christian principles.
Denmark -> Government Denmark is a constitutional monarchy, governed according to the 1953 constitution.
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 SEVENTH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: )
King CHRISTIAN IX of Denmark was born on 8 Apr 1818 in Gottorp.
i. King FREDERICK VIII of Denmark was born in 1843.
v. Czarina Dagmar (Marie Fedovorna) of Denmark Empress of Russia was born in 1847.
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 22ND GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: )
King Frederick VIII DENMARK (son of King Christian IX of DENMARK and Princess Louisa of HESSE-CASSEL Queen of Denmark) was born in 1843 in Denmark - son of Christian IX.
Thyra II of DENMARK was born in Denmark - dtr of Frederick VIII.
Dagmar of DENMARK was born in Denmark - dtr of Frederick VIII.
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 Talk:Schleswig-Holstein - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The historical part of the article is confused: It appears that King Christian IX of Denmark had only daughters and that he was dying around 1864 (he lived until 1906!).
Indeed, Schleswig, Holstein and Denmark had the same ruler (the 'King' of Denmark and the 'Duke' of Schleswig and Holstein, but due to international treaty obligations originating centuries earlier, there was never any actual legal unification of the two areas.
Unfortunately for Denmark -- at a time which proved opportune for the Dutchies' primarily German population -- it was observed that the Frederik VII had only daughters, and no sons.
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 Royal Family of Europe - pafg34 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Christian IX King Of DENMARK [Parents] was born on 8 Apr 1818 in Schloss Gottorf Bei Schleswig, Schleswig-Holstein, Prussia.
Alexandra OF DENMARK was born on 1 Dec 1844.
Thyra Amalie Karoline Charlotte Princess Of DENMARK was born on 29 Sep 1853.
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Denmark 1930: 20ø grey Christian X 60th Birthday, used
Denmark 1934: 5kr violet Christian X high value, mint
Denmark 1934: 50ø grey Airmail stamp, fine used
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 Amazon.com: A Family of Kings: The Descendants of Christian IX of Denmark: Books: Theo Aronson   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Prince Christian of Denmark was not expected to become king until a series of 'fortunate circumstances' made him heir in 1852.
King Christian IX's children went on to illustrious futures from an undistinguished beginning.
His second son, William, was elected King of Greece and became King George I. Christian's descendants sat on the thrones of England, Denmark, Norway, Russia, Greece and Belgium.
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Descendants of King Christian IX of DenmarkDescendants of King Christian IX of Denmark.
HRH King Christian IX of Denmark on 26 May 1842; Died: 29 Sep 1898, Bernstorff, Germany at age 28; Louise married HRH King Christian IX of Denmark on 26 May 1842.
King Frederick VIII DENMARK (son of King Christian IX of DENMARK and Princess Louisa of HESSE-CASSEL Queen of Denmark) was...
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Alexandra of Denmark
Queen Alexandra (nèe Princess Alexandra of Denmark) (December 1 1844 – November 20 1925) was Queen consort of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom 1901–1910.
Her father was Prince Christian, later King Christian IX of Denmark.
Alexandra of Denmark was not her first choice, since the Danes were at loggerheads with the Prussians, and most of the British royal family's relations were German.
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 Drury University: A Long Standing Legacy in Denmark   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Christian IX ruled in the 19th century and had six children.
Eventually Christian IX of Denmark would be the grandfather of five different rulers throughout Europe.
Therefore, Denmark and specifically Christian IX is often called the Father-in-Law or Grandfather of Europe.
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 Danish Royal Family
Christian was formally Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg and became King of Denmark on 15 November 1863 following the death of his childless second cousin King Frederik VII of Denmark.
See 23.1111 - Christian was thrown from his horse in 1942, which resulted in a gangrene foot leaving him wheel chair bound for the rest of his life.
Frederik's brother Prince Knud of Denmark who up until the change in the Constitution as next in line to the succession was not seen as a suitable Monarch.
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 Frequently Asked Questions
Christian, their fourth son, was chosen by the childless King Frederik VII of Denmark to be his heir.
Prince William, second son of King Christian IX of Denmark, was elected King of the Hellenes (Greece) on March 30, 1863 at the age of 17.
Princess Dagmar of Denmark, second daughter of King Christian IX of Denmark, married Tsarevich Alexander Alexandrovich, son and heir of Tsar Alexander II of Russia, in 1866.
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 NPG 5487; The Landing of HRH The Princess Alexandra at Gravesend, 7th March 1863 (includes Alexandra of Denmark; ...
Alexandra of Denmark (1844-1925), Queen of Edward VII.
Christian IX of Denmark (1818-1906), Reigned 1863-1906; father of Queen Alexandra.
Prince Valdemar of Denmark (1858-1939), Brother of Queen Alexandra.
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 Amalienborg Palace | Museum/Attraction Review | Copenhagen | Frommers.com
The highlight is the period devoted to the long reign (1863-1906) of Christian IX (1818-1906) and Queen Louise (1817-98).
The children, now monarchs in their own right, brought Christian IX and Louise presents -- works of art from the imperial workshops and from jewelers such as Fabergé -- as well as souvenirs, embroideries, and handicrafts made by the grandchildren.
The final period room in the museum is the study of Christian X (1870-1947), the grandfather of current queen Margrethe II, who was king from 1912 to 1947.
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