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Princess Sophie of Bavaria With Her Son, Franz Joseph, later Emperor of Austria by Joseph Karl Stieler

Princess Sophie of Bavaria With Her Son, Franz Joseph, later Emperor of Austria by Joseph Karl Stieler

Sophie Friederike Dorothee Wilhelmine, Princess of BavariaSophie of Bayern, Archiduchess of Austria, 1841, Joseph Karl Stieler .Princess Sophie of Bavaria was the eldest daughter of King Maximilan I of Bavaria and his second wife, Princess Caroline of Baden. She was thus a half-sister to King Ludwig I. She was also the mother of the future Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria.

Sophie Friederike Dorothee Wilhelmine, Princess of BavariaSophie of Bayern, Archiduchess of Austria, 1841, Joseph Karl Stieler .Princess Sophie of Bavaria was the eldest daughter of King Maximilan I of Bavaria and his second wife, Princess Caroline of Baden. She was thus a half-sister to King Ludwig I. She was also the mother of the future Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria.

Elisabeths older sister Duchess Helene in Bavaria

Elisabeths older sister Duchess Helene in Bavaria

Princess Zinaida Yussupova, who would grow up to be one of the most beautiful women of Imperial Russia.

Princess Zinaida Yussupova, who would grow up to be one of the most beautiful women of Imperial Russia.

Empress Elisabeth of Austria on the day of her coronation as Queen of Hungary. (Circa 1867)

Empress Elisabeth of Austria on the day of her coronation as Queen of Hungary. (Circa 1867)

Combined Photo of Crown Prince Rudolf (Rudolf  Franz Karl Josef) (1858-1889) Austria & his lover Baroness Marie “Mary” Alexandrine Vetsera (1871-1889) Austria by unknown photographer. Intially the deaths were ruled poison but In Jul 2015 Vetsera's letters of farewell to her mother & other family members were found in a safe deposit box in an Austrian bank. Written in Mayerling shortly before their deaths they state clearly that Mary was preparing to commit suicide with Rudolf out of "love".

Combined Photo of Crown Prince Rudolf (Rudolf Franz Karl Josef) (1858-1889) Austria & his lover Baroness Marie “Mary” Alexandrine Vetsera (1871-1889) Austria by unknown photographer. Intially the deaths were ruled poison but In Jul 2015 Vetsera's letters of farewell to her mother & other family members were found in a safe deposit box in an Austrian bank. Written in Mayerling shortly before their deaths they state clearly that Mary was preparing to commit suicide with Rudolf out of "love".

Sophie Friederike von Österreich, daughter of Sissi who died 1857 aged 2 y/o

Sophie Friederike von Österreich, daughter of Sissi who died 1857 aged 2 y/o

Bernhard Strigel /Bianca Maria Sforza/1505-1510/olio su tavola, cm 76x43,5/Kunsthistoriches Museum Gemaldegalerie

Bernhard Strigel /Bianca Maria Sforza/1505-1510/olio su tavola, cm 76x43,5/Kunsthistoriches Museum Gemaldegalerie

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