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Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg

Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg was one of several imperial counties ruled by the House of Sayn-Wittgenstein. Most of the former County is located in the modern district of Siegen-Wittgenstein in the modern state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. T ...

Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn

Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn was a county of Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, comprising the lands of the region of Sayn. It was created as a partition of Sayn-Wittgenstein in 1607, although it was not until the next year that it obtained fully the Count ...

Spantekow Fortress

The fortress known as Veste Spantekow is the oldest and most important Renaissance castle in North Germany and is situated in the village of Spantekow, southwest of Anklam in the German federal state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. It covers an ...

Solms-Braunfels

Solms-Braunfels was a County with Imperial immediacy in what is today the federal Land of Hesse in Germany. Solms-BRAUNFELS was a partition of Solms, ruled by the house of Solms, and was raised to a Principality of the Holy Roman Empire in 1742. ...

Schloss Laubach

Schloss Laubach is a castle in Laubach, Hesse, Germany and serves as the seat of the Counts of Solms-Laubach. Laubach castle is first mentioned in the list of properties Hersfeld monastery In E. S. 786 Hagen-Munzenberg family was given the mandat ...

Schloss Wolfegg

Schloss Wolfegg is a Renaissance castle next to the town of Wolfegg in Upper Swabia. The castle is the ancestral seat of the family of Waldburg-Wolfegg, which still owns it today.

Schloss Hofling

Schloss Hofling is a Baroque castle in Regensburg, Bavaria. In 1985 the castle, which is owned by the House of Thurn and Taxis, was leased for one hundred years to the Walderdorff family.

Wurttemberg-Neuenstadt

Wurttemberg-Neuenstadt was the name of two branch lines of the ducal House of Wurttemberg in the 17th and 18th century. It was named after the town of residence, Neuenstadt.

Wurttemberg-Winnental

Wurttemberg-Winnental was a branch of the House of Wurttemberg. It only existed from 1677 to 1733 and was based at the Schloss Winnental in Winnenden. Eberhard III, Duke of württemberg, immediately before death, that after his death each of his s ...

Apponyi Palace (Bratislava)

The Apponyi Palace was built in 1761-1762 by Count Gyorgy Apponyi, a member of the ancient Apponyi family and advisor to the King of Hungary, in place of two older townhouses. It was acquired in 1867 from the Apponyis by the Bratislava municipali ...

Palais Apponyi

The Palais Apponyi is a palatial building in the district of Wieden in Vienna, Austria. Its address is Johann-Strauss-Gasse 7. It was built in 1880 according to the plans of Viktor Rumpelmayer for Margaret Countess Apponyi, wife of count Lajos Ap ...

Csanyi family

Csanyi or Csany was a noble family in the Kingdom of Hungary, which first appeared in the early 14th century and had estates and villages mostly in Zala County.

Hedervar

The village settled in the Szigetkoz in Gyor-Moson-Sopron country halfway along the road connecting Gyor and Mosonmagyarovar. Its emergence can be associated with the German Heder – the founder of the Hedervary family – moving to Hungary. It was ...

Imreffy family

The forefather of the family was Peter c. 1321 – c. 1347, the second son of Ders Szerdahelyi. He inherited the Pauline monastery in Szerdahely today Kaposszerdahely from his elder brother, Miklos the ancestor of the Dersffy family. However the lo ...

Kallay family

Kallay family is a Hungarian noble family. The family name derived from their estates at Nagy-Kallo, in Szabolcs, and they claimed descent from the Hungarian Balogh-Semjen genus, which colonized the counties of Borsod, Szabolcs, and Szatmar, at t ...

Koszegi family

The Koszegi was a noble family in the Kingdom of Hungary and the Kingdom of Croatia in the 13–14th centuries. The ancestor of the family, Henry the Great descended from the gens Heder. Henrys paternal great-grandfather was the clans co-founder Wo ...

Kustani family

Kustani or Kustanyi was a minor noble family in the Kingdom of Hungary, which first appeared in the late 13th century and had estates and villages mostly in Zala County.

Libercsey family

Libercsey or Libercsei was a noble family in the Kingdom of Hungary, which first appeared in the 14th century and had estates and villages mostly in Nograd and Hont Counties.

Lipthay de Kisfalud et Lubelle

The Lipthay de Kisfalud et Lubelle family is member of the Hungarian ancient ministerial nobility. The familys origin goes back to the 13th century, in 1248, when King Bela IV of Hungary granted land to Miloth, son of Bosin. Miloth, ancestor of L ...

Nadasdy family

The Nadasdy, also spelled Nadasdy in English, is a major Hungarian aristocratic family whose roots reach into the Middle Ages. Their motto is: "SI DEUS PRO NOBIS QUIS CONTRA NOS". The Nadasdy family made a large contribution to the development of ...

Gyongyos

Gyongyos is a town in Heves county in Hungary, 80 km east of Budapest. Situated at the foot of the Sar-hegy and Matra mountains, it is the home of numerous food production plants, including milk production and sausage factories. It is also the ho ...

Safar family

The first member of the family was Stephen I, a well-trained diplomat of Charles I of Hungary since the 1300s, who was fluent in French and Italian, despite his commoner or lower noble status. A royal charter from 1326 writes Stephen "arrived to ...

Family history of Nicolas Sarkozy

Former President of France Nicolas Sarkozy is of mixed national and ethnic ancestry. He is the son of Pal Istvan Erno Sarkozy de Nagy-Bocsa, in some sources Nagy-Bocsay Sarkozy Pal Istvan Erno), a Hungarian nobleman, and Andree Jeanne "Dadu" Mall ...

Szechy family

Szechy or Szecsi was a Hungarian noble family in the Kingdom of Hungary with notable members in the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries. The members of the Szechy family held high offices at the church and the royal court. The family had two branches. ...

Szilagyi family

The Szilagyi family comes from the region of the Szilagy-patak present-day Salaj River, part of Romania. Most experts agree that family died in the Middle ages. Vityi U. Zoltan says that the noble Szilagyis of Horogszeg who lived in Nyirgelse and ...

Szilagyi – Hunyadi Liga

Szilagyi – Hunyadi League was a movement led by Michael Szilagyi and his sister Erzsebet Szilagyi, created with the objective of putting Matthias Corvinus on the throne of the Kingdom of Hungary.

Takacs de Saar

Takacs de Saar is a Hungarian noble family. The family members mainly lived in Vas and Sopron counties and had their seat in Saar village, which since 1912 is a district of Sarvar. The familys nobility was confirmed in 1646 by King Ferdinand III.

Vasari family

Vasari was a noble family in the Kingdom of Hungary, which first appeared in the late 13th century and had estates and villages mostly in Bihar County.

Adam Viczay

Baron Adam Viczay de Loos was a Hungarian nobleman, member of the Baron Viczay de Loos family. His parents were Sandor Viczay de Loos and Orsola Hagymassy de Szentgiroth and Beregszo. He had three younger sisters, including Eva, second wife of Ba ...

Tamas Viczay

Tamas Viczay de Loos was a Hungarian nobleman, who served as Count of Sopron County from 1347 to 1360. He was a member of the Viczay de Loos family. He had a son named Janos 1368-1394.

Zapolya family

The Szapolyai or Zapolya family was a noble family in the Kingdom of Hungary in the second half of the 15th century and in the early 16th century. A member of the family, John Szapolyai, was King of Hungary between 1526 and 1540, but he only rule ...

Zichyujfalu

Zichyujfalu is a village in Fejer county, Hungary, about 10 km from Lake Velencei, which is more or less easy to reach on road and on railway. The settlement used to be a part of Gardony but declared its independence in December 1997. The settlem ...

Alidosi family

The Alidosi or Alodosi are a family of Romagna, Italy, who held the signoria of the city of Imola during the Late Middle Ages. They were originary of the Santerno valley. When Imola was stripped from them by Filippo Maria Visconti in 1424, they r ...

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