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a royal German family that provided rulers for several European states and wore the crown of the Holy Roman Empire from 1440 to 1806

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Command one of four different armies: the English, The French, the Spanish, or the Hapsburgs in this exciting iOS experience
The text tends to present the demise of the Hapsburgs as a predestined, linear decline from peacetime unpreparedness to wartime bungling.
Beginning with Charles V, the Hapsburg dynasty contracted painters, sculptors, architects and playwrights to propagate an image of an all-powerful Spanish Empire, validated both by classical (humanistic) and Catholic inheritances.
Just as Hapsburgs, Hohenzollerns, and Romanovs did themselves in by clinging to an outdated paradigm, so the state system is doing now.
The one from Rupelmonde, Hapsburg County, Flanders, Holy Roman Empire; born March 5th 1512?
Answers: 1) The Isle of Bute, 2) Carthage, 3) George Sand, 4) Echo, 5) Red, 6) Hapsburg, 7) Something, 8) Bosworth, 9) Jane Seymour, 10) Mary Tudor.
Enjoy the breathtaking Bohemian capital of the Czech Republic, the beautiful Pearl of the Danube and the great Imperial capital of the Hapsburg Empire, and visit the striking Slovakian capital Bratislava, one of the most beautiful cities on the Danube.
An afternoon stop in the Hapsburg capital means a tour of the city in a traditional horse-drawn fiacre followed by coffee and Sachertorte in one of Vienna's many cafes.
In a book about the inheritors of the Hapsburg Empire, she spares no time for the hapless people of the Balkans, be they Romanians, Croats or Serbs.
This is a book that identifies four main regions of 18th-century European artistic production: Central and Eastern Europe, the Hapsburg Empire, Mediterranean Europe and the Anglo-Saxon lands.
World-renowned for its artistic treasures, the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, Austria, houses the art collections formed over centuries by successive generations of the House of Hapsburg, Austria's royal family.
Empress Sissi of Bavaria joined the Meath hunt 130 years ago, leaving behind in Rahinston House the whip, found in a mahogany casket decorated with the imperial Hapsburg Arms.
The virtual heart of the Holy Roman Empire of German Nations, Vienna served as the seat for the Hapsburg Dynasty and some of historyOs most celebrated monarchs.
Such an overwhelming victory was followed by the capture of the Hapsburg capital, but Archduke Charles and his army had escaped and the war went on.
Grandparents: The Museum of Fine Arts, built to house the Imperial Hapsburg collections, is home to magnificent galleries.