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      • His remains were buried in the Imperial Crypt of the Capuchin Church in Vienna. He was the first member of the Habsburg family to be buried in the crypt since the Emperor Franz Joseph I in 1916.
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  2. Burial sites of European monarchs and consorts - Wikipedia

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    All emperors, with the exception of Charles I, were buried in the Imperial Crypt (Kaisergruft), at the Capuchins' Church, in Vienna. Their hearts are buried in the Herzgruft (Crypt of the Hearts) at the St. Augustine Church at the Imperial Palace, in Vienna. Their viscera are buried in the Ducal Crypt at the Stephansdom, in Vienna.

  3. Map of the tombs in the Basilica of Saint Denis

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    + 1 Clovis I 481-511 + 2 Childebert I 511-558 + 3 Fredegund † 597 - 4 Dagobert I 629-639 - 5 Clovis II 639-657

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    - 13 Robert II the Pious 996-1031 - 14 Constance of Arles † 1032 - 15 Henry I 1031-1060 - 16 Louis VI le Gros 1108-1137 - 17 Philippe † 1131 - 18Constance of Castile † 1160 + 19 Philippe † 1235 + 20 Louis † 1260 + 21 + 22 Blanche † 1243 and Jean † 1248 + 23 Louis and Philippe + 24 Marie de Brienne (?) † v. 1280 - 25 Philippe III the Bold 1270-1285 - 26 Isabella of Aragon † 1271 + 27 Robert II of Artois † 1317 + 28 + 29 Louis, count of Evreux † 1319 and Marguerite of Artois † 1311 + 30 Blanche † 1320 + 31 unidentified Princess - 32 Philip IV of France 1285-1314 - 33 Louis X 1314-1316 - 34 Philippe V 1316-1322 - 35 Charles IV the fair 1322-1328 - 36 John I of France † 1316 + 37 Clementia of Hungary † 1328 - 38 Jeanne of Évreux † 1371 + 39 Charles I of Anjou, king of Sicily † 1285 + 40 Charles, count of Valois † 1325 + 41 Charles of Évreux, count of Étampes † 1336 + 42 Charles, Count of Alençon † 1346 + 43 Marie of Spain † 1379 - 44 Jeanne II, Queen of Navarre † 1349 - 45 Blanche of Fr...

    - 47 - 48 Blanche of Navarre † 1398 and Jeanne † 1371 - 49 Philippe VI 1328-1350 - 50 John II the Goodman 1350-1364 - 51 + 52 Charles V the Sage 1364-1380 and Jeanne of Bourbon † 1377 - 53 Bertrand Du Guesclin † 1380 - 54 Louis de Sancerre † 1402 + 55 Leon VI of Lusignan, king of Armenia † 1393 - 56 Charles VI 1380-1422 - 57 Isabeau of Baviere † 1435 - 58 Guillaume de Châtel † 1436 + 59 Beatrice of Bourbon, Queen of Bohemian † 1383 + 60 unidentified Princess + 61 Tombs of Dukes of Orléans + 61 Louis, duke of Orléans † 1407 + 61 Valentine Visconti † 1408 + 61 Philippe of Orléans, count of Vertus † 1420 + 61 Charles, duke of Orléans, the poet † 1465 - 62 Louis XII 1498-1515 and Anne of Brittany † 1514 + 63 Marie de Bourbon-Vendôme † 1538

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  4. Emperor of Austria - Wikipedia

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    the Imperial Crypt below the Capuchin Church and Monastery in Vienna, where three of the four emperors of Austria have been buried (Charles I was buried on Madeira, his last exile).

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  5. Archduke Rainer of Austria (1895–1930) - Wikipedia

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    His remains were buried in the Imperial Crypt of the Capuchin Church in Vienna. He was the first member of the Habsburg family to be buried in the crypt since the Emperor Franz Joseph I in 1916.

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    Philip III was the son of Philip II and Anna of Austria. He succeeded his father in September 1598 and married Archduchess Margaret of Austria. Philip III died in Madrid on March 31, 1621. His remains are buried in the Pantheon of Kings in the Royal Crypt at the Monastery of El Escorial. Archduchess Margaret of Austria, Queen of Spain

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    Aug 27, 2015 · The Sweetest Photos of Princes Harry with Diana. ... Diana is buried in a small – but impressive – temple with her name engraved on the top. ... Austria, and is the only homage to Diana in a ...

  8. Archduchess Elisabeth Marie of Austria - Wikipedia

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    Franzensburg Castle, Laxenburg, Lower Austria, Austria-Hungary: Died: 16 March 1963 (aged 79) Villa Windisch-Graetz, Hütteldorf, Vienna, Austria: Burial

  9. Zita of Bourbon-Parma - Wikipedia

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    Zita of Bourbon-Parma (Zita Maria delle Grazie Adelgonda Micaela Raffaela Gabriella Giuseppina Antonia Luisa Agnese; 9 May 1892 – 14 March 1989) was the wife of Charles, the last monarch of Austria-Hungary. As such, she was the last Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary, in addition to other titles.

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