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  1. Imperial Crypt - Wikipedia

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    The Imperial Crypt (German: Kaisergruft), also called the Capuchin Crypt (Kapuzinergruft), is a burial chamber beneath the Capuchin Church and monastery in Vienna, Austria. It was founded in 1618 and dedicated in 1632, and located on the Neuer Markt square of the Innere Stadt, near the Hofburg Palace.

  2. Talk:Imperial Crypt - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The contents of the Imperial Crypt Vaults page were merged into Imperial Crypt on July 2014. For the contribution history and old versions of the redirected page, please see its history; for the discussion at that location, see its talk page. This article is of interest to the following WikiProjects:

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  4. Category:Imperial Crypt - Wikimedia Commons

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    Jan 07, 2019 · Media in category "Imperial Crypt" The following 18 files are in this category, out of 18 total. Die Kapuzinergruft issue 1 in 1988.JPG 524 × 726; ... In Wikipedia ...

    • Kaisergruft, Kapuzinergruft
    • Capuchin Church, Innere Stadt, Vienna
  5. St Michael's Abbey, Farnborough - Wikipedia

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    The Abbey included an Imperial Crypt, modelled on the altar of St Louis in France, where the Emperor had originally desired to be buried. Empress Eugénie was later buried alongside her husband and son. All three rest in granite sarcophagi provided by Queen Victoria. The sarcophagus of Emperor Napoleon III

  6. Category:Burials at Imperial Crypt - Wikimedia Commons

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  7. Kaisergruft - Wikimedia Commons

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    Sep 08, 2015 · English: Since 1633, the Kaisergruft (the Imperial Crypt), also called Kapuzinergruft in Vienna has been the principal place of entombment for the Habsburg dynasty, hereditary Emperors of the Holy Roman Empire, and their descendants.

  8. Capuchin Church, Vienna - Wikipedia

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    The Capuchin Church (German: Kapuzinerkirche) in Vienna, Austria is a church and monastery run by the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin.Located on the Neuer Markt square in the Innere Stadt near the Hofburg Palace, the Capuchin Church is most famous for containing the Imperial Crypt, the final resting place for members of the House of Habsburg.

  9. Marie Louise, Duchess of Parma - Wikipedia

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    Marie Louise was married by proxy to Napoleon on 11 March 1810 at the Augustinian Church, Vienna. Napoleon was represented by Archduke Charles, the bride's uncle. According to the French ambassador, the marriage "was celebrated with a magnificence that it would be hard to surpass, by the side of which even the brilliant festivities that have preceded it are not to be mentioned".

  10. Imperial Crypt in Innere Stadt, Vienna, Austria | Sygic Travel

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    The Imperial Crypt, also called the Capuchin Crypt, is a burial chamber beneath the Capuchin Church and monastery in Vienna, Austria. It was founded in 1618 and dedicated in 1632, and located on the Neuer Markt square of the Innere Stadt, near the Hofburg Palace.