Austria


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Anne of Austria stooped towards her son's ear and addressed some words to him in Spanish.
had been to the Louvre and put on a violet-colored dress – the perfect analogy of the two princes, completed the consternation of Anne of Austria.
Anne of Austria started, and raised her arms towards Heaven, without being able to articulate a single word.
As to Anne of Austria, struck suddenly in head and heart with fell remorse, she lost her equilibrium.
Philippe approached Anne of Austria, and said to her, in a soft and nobly agitated voice:
What folly," murmured Anne of Austria, who had not the courage to find fault with the duke for having so well preserved her portrait in his heart, "what folly to feed a useless passion with such remembrances
Madame de Chevreuse was not queen," murmured Anne of Austria, overcome, in spite of herself, by the expression of so profound a passion.
cried Anne of Austria, with an accent of terror which proved how much greater an interest she took in the duke than she ventured to tell.
cried Anne of Austria, "this is more than I can bear.
Anne of Austria re-entered her apartment, and came out again almost immediately, holding a rosewood casket in her hand, with her cipher encrusted with gold.
Anne of Austria stretched forth her hand, closing her eyes, and leaning with the other upon Estafania, for she felt that her strength was about to fail her.
That means, my son," said Anne of Austria, laughing, "that the king does not like affairs of state to be talked of out of the council.
He was beginning, then, to dart at them glances full of mistrust and uneasiness, inviting Anne of Austria to throw perturbation in the midst of the unlawful assembly, when, suddenly, Bernouin, entering from behind the tapestry of the bedroom, whispered in the ear of Mazarin, "Monseigneur, an envoy from his majesty, the king of England.
Friendly diplomatic relations with the new Republic of Austria were established in 1921 and lasted until Nazi Germany annexed Austria in 1938.
It covers key trends and barriers in the travel and tourism industry in Austria