Yahoo Italia Ricerca nel Web

Risultati di ricerca

  1. Carolina d'Orange-Nassau ( Leeuwarden, 28 febbraio 1743 – Kirchheimbolanden, 6 maggio 1787) fu principessa d'Orange e reggente della Repubblica delle Sette Province Unite. Fu, inoltre, per matrimonio principessa di Nassau-Weilburg .

  2. Princess Carolina of Orange-Nassau ( Wilhelmine Carolina; 16 February 1743 – 6 May 1787) [1] was a Dutch regent. She was the daughter of William IV, Prince of Orange, Stadtholder of the Netherlands, and Anne, Princess Royal. She was regent of the Netherlands from 1765 until 1766 during the minority of her brother, William V .

  3. 25 ott 2020 · Carolina d'Orange-Nassau fu principessa d'Orange e reggente della Repubblica delle Sette Province Unite. Fu, inoltre, per matrimonio principessa di Nassau-Weilburg.

  4. 6 mag 2019 · In February my first book – Carolina of Orange-Nassau, Ancestress of the Royal Houses of Europe – was released. Today is the 232nd anniversary of Carolina’s death at the early age of 44. Here are 44 facts about her life – one for each year of her life.

  5. 28 feb 2018 · My book Carolina of Orange-Nassau Ancestress of the Kings and Queens of Europe is available now in both the UK and the US! Carolina of Orange-Nassau was born on 28 February 1743 as the daughter of William IV, Prince of Orange and Anne, Princess Royal, the daughter of King George II and Caroline of Ansbach, after whom she would be ...

  6. Carolina of Orange-Nassau (1743 – 1787) was born the daughter of William IV, Prince of Orange, and Anne, Princess Royal and was thus the granddaughter of King George II. It was upon the King’s orders that she was named after his wife, Caroline of Ansbach. She was the first of Anne and William’s children to survive to adulthood.

  7. Caroline d'Orange-Nassau, née le 28 février 1743 à Leeuwarden et morte le 6 mai 1787 à Kirchheimbolanden fut princesse régente des Pays-Bas de 1765 à 1766.