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  Maria Christina of the Two Sicilies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Maria Christina of Bourbon, Princess of the Two Sicilies, Queen of Spain (Maria Cristina Ferdinanda of the Two Sicilies branch of the Royal House of Bourbon) (April 27, 1806–August 22, 1878) was Queen Consort of Spain (1829 to 1833) and Queen Regent of Spain (1833 to 1840).
Maria Christina was the fourth wife of King Ferdinand VII of Spain (Fernando in Spanish) (1784-1833, king 1813-1833) and mother of and regent for Queen Isabella II of Spain (Isabel in Spanish) (1830-1904, queen 1833-1868).
Maria Christina married King Ferdinand VII of Spain on December 11, 1829 in Madrid.
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FERDINAND VII., king of Spain (1784-1833), the eldest son of Charles IV., king of Spain, and of his wife Maria Louisa of Parma, was born at the palace of San Ildefonso near Balsain in the Somosierra hills, on the 14th of October 1784.
His course was to enter on dim intrigues at the instigation of his first wife, Maria Antonietta of Naples.
After his fourth marriage in 1829 with Maria Christina of Naples, he was persuaded by his wife to set aside the law of succession of Philip V., which gave a preference to all the males of the family in Spain over the females.
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 Woman: Society's Humanizer. New Feminism
She started a committee in Naples that took in from the streets ten thousand children and youth who were hungry, abandoned and without a future.
Wojtyla opened Maria Antonietta’s eyes to a fascinating truth: the dignity of the woman is intimately related with the love that she receives because of her femininity, and also, with the love that she, in turn, gives.
These values of the dignified woman are linked to the love that she communicates, her unity with man (which does not annul the diversity between the two), and her vocation to transmit and protect life.
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 Ferdinand VII of Spain - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
The eldest son of Charles IV, king of Spain, and of his wife Maria Louisa of Parma, he was born in the vast palace of El Escorial near Madrid.
After his fourth marriage, with Maria Christina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies in 1829, he was persuaded by his wife to set aside the law of succession of Philip V, which gave a preference to all the males of the family in Spain over the females.
In 1802 he married his cousin Princess Maria Antonietta of the Two Sicilies (1784-1806), daughter of Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies.
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 Around Naples in english
Before that, Naples at the turn of the century was literally gutted in the course of a decades-long splurge of urban renewal.
Naples is a place where people still commonly proclaim that "only fools pay their taxes," and there is no realistic estimate of the enormous amount of untaxed "phantom" money in circulation.
Additionally, Naples was beset by the inability, or unwillingness, on the part of its new boss, the central Italian government, to deal with the problems of the South.
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 Andrea Doria Tourist Class N-Z
Maria was separated from her parents during the rescue and was reunited with them 24 hours later, after her a police detective directed them to a little girl asleep in a city shelter.
Maria was traveling with her son, Salvatore Villani, and his family.
Maria and her children were coming to the US to join her husband, Ross, in Indiana.
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 Genealogy of the Ducal Family of Parma   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
HRH Maria Antonietta Giuseppina Walburga Anna Luisa Vicenza Margherita Caterina Princess of Parma
HRH Beatrice Colomba Maria Immacolata Leonia Princess of Bourbon-Parma
HRH Maria Antonia Sofia Lodovica Giuseppa Micaela Gabriella Raffaela Anna Princess of Bourbon-Parma
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 Bed and Breakfast Naples   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
In the heart of Naples, in an ancient nineteenth-century palace, the immediate vicinities of the Lungomare of Naples, of the Village Duffles-coat, the...
B and B “Maria Marì” is located in the heart of Naples, very close (20 meters) to the central “via Toledo”, historical street, cross-roads of the most...
In the heart of the historic centre of Naples, between the Accademia delle Belle Arti, the Galleria Principe di Napoli and the theatre Bellini, you ca...
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 Naples Italy - Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
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 cronologia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Maria Carolina, who had been a fan of the French Revolution, with the news of the beheading of Luigi XVI and Maria Antonietta, became an obstinate antigiacobina.
The Giacobini groups that were in the capital become stronger and, in January 1793, the admiral met the patriots Giuseppe Cestari (1731 -1799), Carlo Lauberg (1752 ?-1834) and Antonio Jerocades (1738-1805).In Tropea, 1790, Jerocades founded a masonic lodge directly affiliated with the Marsigliese one.
Naples was neutral: «neutrale di nome e non nei sentimenti», Queen Maria Carolina wrote while she was waiting for the best moment to return to war.
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 Naples | Historical Background | WCities Destination Guide
The large cycle of frescoes in the ancient Santa Maria Donnaregina church are evidence of the influence of the Roman school of art in Naples.
Marble was sent to Naples by Donatello and Michelozzo for the tomb of Cardinal Brancaccio in the Church of Sant'Angelo a Nilo.
The churches of the Ascensione a Chiaia, Santa Maria degli Angeli alle Croci, San Ferdinando, San Giorgio Maggiore, San Giuseppe delle Scalze a Pontecorvo, la Sapienza, SantaTeresa a Chiaia and Santa Maria Egiziaca a Pizzofalcone and the Maddaloni Palace were all designed by Cosimo Fanzago.
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 Bed & Breakfast Naples Bed & Breakfast in Naples - Search Bed & Breakfast Naples, Accommodation Naples, Accommodations ...
The bed and breakfast angelina is situated in a pretty town called Sant'Agnello di Sorrento, not far from the blue sea of Naple's gulf in a quiet and peace full area, away from the traffic of the city.
Stategically located, from where it is possible to reach in few minutes the center of Sorrento and all the public busses for all destination; from Naples to Capri, from Pompei to the amalfi coast...
The B&B Relax is placed in the wonderful Gulf of Naples, in the famous natural landscape which has made Sorrento so famous in the world.
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 Ferdinand VII
Ferdinand VII, King of Spain, the eldest son of Charles IV, King of Spain, and of his wife Maria Louisa of Parma, was born at the palace of San Ildefonso near Balsam in the Somosierra hills, on the 14th of October 1784.
His wife was mistress by his deathbed, and she could put the words she chose into the mouth of a dead man -- and could move the dead hand at her will.
Wife: Maria Antonietta of the Two Sicilies (b.
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 Around Naples Encyclopedia 6
Naples home-games are fled out, but a local TV station holds a TV panel discussion during the game.
After 10 years of litigation, a local court may be on the verge of deciding if and how the entire area is to be protected from encroaching and illegal overbuilding and turned into the protected national treasure it deserves to be.
Some of the shooting is along the coast at Licola, north of Naples, where "unspoiled" shots of the bay and the island of Ischia in the background are still possible.
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 Capet 44
MARIA ANNUNZIATA Isabella Filomena Sabasia, *Caserta 24.3.1843, +Vienna 4.5.1871; m.Venice 21.10.1862 Archduke Karl Ludwig of Austria (*30.7.1833 +19.5.1896)
Maria ANTONIETTA Giuseppina Leopoldina, *Naples 16.3.1851, +Freiburg-im-Breisgau 12.9.1938; m.Rome 8.6.1868 Pr Alfonso of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Cte di Caserta (*28.3.1841 +26.5.1934)
Maria ANTONIETTA Anna, *Palermo 19.12.1814, +Orth 7.11/12.1898; m.Naples 7.6.1833 Gr Duke Leopoldo II of Tuscany, Archduke of Austria (*3.10.1797 +29.1.1870)
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 Casale Antonietta bed and breakfast Sorrento Italy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
We were made to feel very welcome, the room was lovely and the food (especially the pizza!) was excellent.
Thank you for the warm welcome, the wonderful food and drink, and for putting up with 'nostro molto cattivo italiano!' Our tip: explore Giovanni and Puolo, as the sea at both is beautiful.
Casale Antonietta is our second home and we loved the stay there.
www.casaleantonietta.com /guestbook_view.asp   (340 words)

 thePeerage.com - Marie Clotilde de Bourbon and others
She married Carlo Emanuele IV di Savoia, Re di Sardegna, son of Vittorio Amadeo III di Savoia, Re di Sardegna and Maria Antonietta Ferdinanda de Borbón, Infanta de España, on 6 September 1775 in Chambéry, France.
He was the son of Vittorio Amadeo III di Savoia, Re di Sardegna and Maria Antonietta Ferdinanda de Borbón, Infanta de España.
     Maria Carolina Ferdinanda Louise di Borbone, Principessa dei Due Sicilie was born on 5 November 1798 in Naples, Italy.
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 destination guide - Santa Maria Di Castellabate - Italy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Above Santa Maria lies the ancient hill town of CASTELLABATE, surmounted by a castle that was begun in 1123, currently being restored.
SAN MARCO, three kilometres or so further along the coast from Santa Maria, is a picturesque, active fishing village which supplies fish to most of the villages along this part of the coast.
There are two hotels here, the Antonietta (tel 0974.966.019, fax 0974.966.038; L60,000-90,000/?30.99-46.48), ten minutes' walk from the harbour, and the grander Hotel Hermitage on Via Catarozza (tel 0974.966.618, fax 0974.966.619, www.hermitage.it ; L120,000-150,000/?61.98-77.47), a family-orientated option with a pool and tennis courts.
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 Villa Maria Hotel Sorrento | Cheap Hotels Sorrento | Discount Hotels Sorrento | Budget Hotels Sorrento | Hotel Finder ...
The Villa Maria Hotel, located in the historical center of Sorrento and close to the beach, is owned and managed by the Apuzzo family, more than 40 years in the accomodation sector.
The hotel is composed by two connected buildings, the Villa Maria Hotel and the deluxe part named Dependance de-luxe Villa Maria Hotel, both completely refurbished in 1999.
Villa Maria Hotel is located in Sorrento city center, close to the historical center, the conference center and 10 minutes from the beach.
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 GENEALOGY OF THE HOUSE OF BOURBON - TWO SICILIES - The Royal House of Bourbon - Two Sicilies
Princess Inés Maria Alicia, cr Duchess of Syracuse (17 Mar 1960 until her marriage), b at Lausanne 18 Feb 1940, Gd Cross Constantinian Order of Saint George, m at Madrid 21 Jan 1965 (judicial separation 1978), Luis Morales y Aguado (b at Grenada 8 Oct 1933), son of Manuel Morales and Maria del Carmen Aguado.
Princess Barbara Maria Antonietta Luitpolda, b at Munich 14 Dec 1902; d at Peterswaldau 1 Jan 1927; m at Munich 31 May 1922, Franz Xavier, Count zu Stolberg-Wernigerode (b at Peterswaldau 19 Jul 1894; d as a POW at Gostynie, Poland 4 May 1947).
Princess Maria Immacolata Speranza Pia Teresa Cristina Filomena Lucia Anna Isabella Cecilia Apollonia Barbara Agnese Zenobia, b at Cannes 30 Oct 1874; d at Muri 28 Nov 1947; m at Cannes (civ) 29 and (relig) 30 Oct 1906, Prince Johann Georg of Saxony (b at Dresden 10 Jul 1869; d at Wildenwart 24 Nov 1938).
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The daughter of Amelia Maria and John Kennedy, H.B.M. Secretary of Legation at the Court of Naples
Frances Maria NIXON, died 22nd September 1834, the wife of Reverend Francis Russell Nixon, formerly Chaplain at Naples.
A native of Ireland and a Roman Catholic priest, he was on his way from Naples to Rome, when he burst a blood vessel from violent seasickness.
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 Maria Giovanna Elmo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Maria Giovanna COIA (24 Jun 1843 - ____).
Maria Giovanna EDWARDS to William Edward HASLEDEN, 1883, celebrated by Roman...
Giovanni Battista Testaferrata, married 2-8-1692 at B'kara to Maria Sceberras...
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 Ferdinand VII of Spain   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Charles IV, king of Spain, and of his wife Maria Louisa of Parma, was born at the palace of San Ildefonso near Balsam in the Somosierra hills, on October 14 1784.">
Ferdinand VII, king of Spain (1784-1833), the eldest son of IV of Spain">Charles IV, king of Spain, and of his wife Maria Louisa of Parma, was born at the palace of San Ildefonso near Balsam in the Somosierra hills, on October 14 1784.
And in what manner time in such a pot.
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 Alfonso Maria Giuseppe Count of Caserta
Marriage: Maria Antonietta Guiseppina of Two Sicilies on 8 Jun 1868 in Rome
Alfonso married Maria Antonietta Guiseppina of Two Sicilies, daughter of Francesco Di Paola Count of Trapani and Maria Isabella of Tuscany, on 8 Jun 1868 in Rome.
(Maria Antonietta Guiseppina of Two Sicilies was born on 16 Mar 1851 in Naples and died on 12 Sep 1938 in Freiburg-Im-Brei.)
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The tomb of King Ferdinand III of Naples, Aragon and Castile (†1516).
Queen Maria Adelaide of Austria (†1855), consort of Victor Emmanuel II The Basilica of Superga.
Grand Duchess Maria Anna of Saxony (†1834), consort of Leopold II Princess Anna Maria of Saxony (†1859), consort of Ferdinand IV Louis I (†1803; King of Etruria)
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 Antonietta Stella - web site about a great Italian soprano...
Antonietta Stella - web site about a great Italian soprano...
- Maria Antonietta Stella was born on March 15, 1929 in Perugia, Italy.
- In 1974 she created the title role of de Belli's Maria Stuarda at Naples.
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 Maria Isabella of Spain
Marriage: Francesco I King of 2 Sicili on 6 Oct 1802 in Naples
Maria married Francesco I King of 2 Sicili, son of Ferdinando I King of Two Sici and Marie Caroline of Hungary and Boh, on 6 Oct 1802 in Naples.
(Francesco I King of 2 Sicili was born on 19 Aug 1777 in Naples and died on 8 Nov 1830 in Naples.)
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 King Francesco I Of Two Sicilies / Princess Maria Isabella De Bourbon Of Spain
Father: King Ferdinand Iv Of Naples De Bourbon Of The Two Sicilies Mother: Archduchess Maria Carolina Habsburg-lotharingen Of Austria
Name: Princess Antonietta De Bourbon Of Two Sicilies Born: December 19, 1814 at Palermo, Palermo, Italy Died: November 07, 1898 at, Orth B. Gmunden, Oberoesterreich, Austria Husband: King Leopold Ii Habsburg-lotharingen Of Etruria
Name: Luigi Carlo Maria Giuseppe Of Sicily Prince Born: July 19, 1824 at Naples Died: March 05, 1897 at Paris, France Wife: Januaria Maria Princess
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 OCARM WEB - CITOC - July-August 2000
I returned to Rome from Naples at the beginning of June and celebrated the Mass for the closing of the academic year at CISA.
At present there are six Tanzanians in the pre-noviciate in Naples and a few others who are still discerning their vocation in Tanzania together with the Carmelite Missionary Sisters of St. Thérèse of the Child Jesus (SCMTBG).
Antonio Sicari, OCD, and professor Maria Antonietta Falchi Pellegrini of the University of Genoa, proposed St. Thérèse of Lisieux and St. Catherine of Siena, two religious women, as models for priests.
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