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Offline Danjel

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Hey, thanks for the compliment.....well I have quite a collection...most I them I have scanned from old magazines....

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Wonderful :) :) ;)

I have never seen Istvan  and his wife so clearly!
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At Archduke Felix 90th birthday in Cannes May 31st, 2006:





From left to right: Archduke Carl Philipp, Archduchess Maria del Pilar, Archduke Ramon, Archduchess

Viridis, Archduke Felix (the father, who turns 90), Archduchess Myriam, Archduke Istvan
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Archduke Felix on his 90th birthday, May 31st, 2006:






 -The cake seems to be presented by his daughter Maria del Pilhar here-
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Archduke Felix´ children and their families


1.) Marie Adelheid (Myriam) born Mexico 21 th, 1959, m.Mexico city 1983 Jaime Marcos Pedro Corcuera
     Acheson,  4 sons:





From left to right: Jaime (husband of Myriam), sons Andreas, Felipe, Archduchess Myriam, sons Pedro and Sebastian.

(The picture is taken at the Vatican City as all the family went to Rome for the Beatification of Kaiser Karl I. (Oct. 3rd, 2004)
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2.) Viridis, b. Mexico 23th Sep. 1961, m.1990 Karl Harold William Dunning-Gribble (b.Paris 29th May,
     1961), 4 children:





From left to right:

Karl (husband), Leopold (son), Archduchess Viridis, Marie Charlotte, Ferdinand and Maximilian.


(picture taken at the Vatican City as all the family members went to Rome for the Beatification of  
  Kaiser Karl I. (Oct. 3th, 2004))
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3.) Archduke Ramon, b. Mexico, 28th Jan, 1958, m. 1994 Bettina Görtz, 3 children:





Front row from left to right:

Archduchess Maria Theresa, Archduchess Sophia and Archduke Felix (children)

Back  row:

Archduke Ramon and his wife Archduchess Bettina


(picture taken at the Vatican City as all the family members went to Rome for the Beatification of  
  Kaiser Karl I. (Oct. 3th, 2004))

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4. Archduke Carl Philipp and his family





Archduke Julian, Archduke Carl Philipp, Archduke Louis Damien, Archduchess Annie-Claire




Archduke Louis Damien, son of Carl Philipp, together with Archduchess Annie Claire.




Archduke Julian and his father Archduke Carl Philipp
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All seven children, seven inlaws and 26 grandchildren of Archduke Felix of Austria.
All his descendants met for the first time, all of them were present on this photo:




Picture taken at the Vatican City as all the family went to Rome for the Beatification of Kaiser Karl I.(Oct. 3th, 2004)
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All these photos could be presented to the Alexander Message board with the very friendly cooperation of a family member of Archduke Felix.
Thanks!
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The family of Archduke Carl Philipp in December, 2005.





Back row:

Archduke Philipp, Archduchess Annie Claire, Archduke Julian

 
Front row:

Archduke Louis Damien, Archduke Felix, and Anya (Dog)

 
Picture taken: December 2005
 

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Nice Picture!

I see that the family has a Magyar Viszla, very nice and known to be very kind and good hunting dogs. I'm not surprised since Habsburg's have always loved Dogs and especially Viszlas.

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That´s very interesting! I did not know that the Habsburgs are such dog lovers! Are there any further or special famous examples in the history to mention for this??
Yes, all three dogs are very nice indeed, there seem to be two brown onces and one dark (or black ) one in the family! Very beautiful :)
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1) Any idea why some of the grandchildren of Crown Prince Otto (especially those of Archduke Paul Georg) seem more Hungarian than Austrian?

2) Is there any particular reason so many of the more recent Habsburgs have "Marcus d'Aviano" at the end of their strong of names? I realize Mark of Aviano was declared a saint by Pope John Paul II, and died in Vienna, but many of Blessed Karl I's children and later descendants seem to have this name.

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Greetings Sir Ralph!

I also wondered about that! I don't know the answer, but at a guess I would say it is due to (a) the strong Catholic ethos of the family and (b) the links between Marcus d'Aviano and Austria....Marcus d’Aviano was an advisor on religious and political matters to Emperor Leopold I of Austria for nearly two decades as well as papal legate and Apostolic Nuncio to Austria for Pope Innocent XI. He secured the lifting of the siege of Vienna by the Ottoman Turks on 12 September 1683, helped negotiate the liberation of Buda on 2 September 1686, and of Belgrade on 6 September 1688.