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( John  Yunis )  Schloss Wolfsgarten, The Private Residence of His Royal Highness Moritz, Landgrave of Hesse, near Frankfurt, Interior Design by Federico Forquet, Part 9, Landgrave Moritz's Bedroom: A surprise compared to the rooms below, I love the simplicity here. Be sure to look closely- the photo almost has the appearance of a watercolor.  According to the caption: "Hanging over the sleigh bed is a late 19th century painting, center, by Austrian artist Rudolph Swoboda, of a girl in an…

( John Yunis ) Schloss Wolfsgarten, The Private Residence of His Royal Highness Moritz, Landgrave of Hesse, near Frankfurt, Interior Design by Federico Forquet, Part 9, Landgrave Moritz's Bedroom: A surprise compared to the rooms below, I love the simplicity here. Be sure to look closely- the photo almost has the appearance of a watercolor. According to the caption: "Hanging over the sleigh bed is a late 19th century painting, center, by Austrian artist Rudolph Swoboda, of a girl in an…

Nov. 14 Elizabeth of Hungary, renewer of society, died 1231  Born in Hungary, Elizabeth was betrothed to the son of the Landgrave of Thuringia, and at age four was taken to be raised with him at the Wartburg Castle. Ten years later they were married. She was very generous to the poor, and after her husband's death she lived in cruel hardship until her own death at age twenty-four.

Nov. 14 Elizabeth of Hungary, renewer of society, died 1231 Born in Hungary, Elizabeth was betrothed to the son of the Landgrave of Thuringia, and at age four was taken to be raised with him at the Wartburg Castle. Ten years later they were married. She was very generous to the poor, and after her husband's death she lived in cruel hardship until her own death at age twenty-four.

Princess Laetitia of Hesse   {1978} [wife of Prince Philipp of Hesse (son of Moritz, Prince + Landgrave of Hesse, Head of the House of Hesse)]

Princess Laetitia of Hesse {1978} [wife of Prince Philipp of Hesse (son of Moritz, Prince + Landgrave of Hesse, Head of the House of Hesse)]

Löwenburg Castle ruins as one of the most significant buildings of its genre, in addition to being one of the first major neo-Gothic buildings in Germany.

10 Most Fascinating Castles and Palaces

Löwenburg Castle ruins as one of the most significant buildings of its genre, in addition to being one of the first major neo-Gothic buildings in Germany.

The Leibniz-Arnauld Correspondence: With Selections from the Correspondence With Ernst, Landgrave of Hessen-Rhein...

The Leibniz-Arnauld Correspondence: With Selections from the Correspondence With Ernst, Landgrave of Hessen-Rhein... (Hardcover)

The Leibniz-Arnauld Correspondence: With Selections from the Correspondence With Ernst, Landgrave of Hessen-Rhein...

William VI, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel - Wikipedia

William VI, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel - Wikipedia

St Elizabeth of Hungary by Lawrence OP on Flickr. Via Flickr: St Elizabeth, whose feast is today, was a daughter of the King of Hungary who lived in the early 13th-century. She was given in marriage to Ludwig, the Landgrave of Thuringia, by whom she...

St Elizabeth of Hungary by Lawrence OP on Flickr. Via Flickr: St Elizabeth, whose feast is today, was a daughter of the King of Hungary who lived in the early 13th-century. She was given in marriage to Ludwig, the Landgrave of Thuringia, by whom she...

[Löwenburg Castle]  Translated as “Lion’s Castle” is unique among all the castles in Germany in that it was conceived as a romantic medieval castle ruin. The design of Löwenburg Castle was based on a fantasy of Landgrave Wilhelm IX, but experts regard it a very important historical monument, because it was the first Neo-Gothic structure in the country.

The Most Beautiful Castle in the world

[Löwenburg Castle] Translated as “Lion’s Castle” is unique among all the castles in Germany in that it was conceived as a romantic medieval castle ruin. The design of Löwenburg Castle was based on a fantasy of Landgrave Wilhelm IX, but experts regard it a very important historical monument, because it was the first Neo-Gothic structure in the country.

The Princess Elizabeth of the United Kingdom (1770-1840). She was a daughter of King George III and his wife, The Princess Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. She was The Hereditary Princess of Hesse-Homburg (1818-1820), and Sovereign Landgravine of Hesse-Homburg (1820-1829) as the wife of Sovereign Landgrave Friedrich VI. She had no children. [portrait by Thomas Gainsborough, 1782]

The Princess Elizabeth of the United Kingdom (1770-1840). She was a daughter of King George III and his wife, The Princess Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. She was The Hereditary Princess of Hesse-Homburg (1818-1820), and Sovereign Landgravine of Hesse-Homburg (1820-1829) as the wife of Sovereign Landgrave Friedrich VI. She had no children. [portrait by Thomas Gainsborough, 1782]