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  1. Archduke Franz Karl Salvator of Austria (German: Erzherzog Franz Karl Salvator Marie Joseph Ignaz von Österreich-Toskana) (17 February 1893 in Schloss Lichtenegg, Wels, Upper Austria, Austria-Hungary – 10 December 1918, Wallsee-Sindelburg, Lower Austria, Austria) was a member of the Tuscan line of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine and Archduke ...

  2. Archduke Franz Salvator of Austria (21 August 1866 – 20 April 1939) was the son of Archduke Karl Salvator of Austria and Princess Maria Immacolata of Bourbon-Two Sicilies. He married Archduchess Marie Valerie in 1890, though, due to Marie Valerie's death in 1924, remarried in 1934 to Baroness Melanie von Riesenfels.

  3. Franz Karl: The Archduke in the background. The unprepossessing and mentally somewhat underendowed Archduke Franz Karl was always overshadowed by his wife Sophie. The only reason he has not disappeared entirely into the shadows of history is that he was the father of Emperor Franz Joseph.

  4. Archduke Franz Karl Joseph of Austria (17 December 1802 – 8 March 1878) was a member of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine. He was the father of two emperors: Franz Joseph I of Austria and Maximilian I of Mexico.

  5. Although he was son, brother and father to three successive Austrian emperors, he – allegedly on account of his ‘lesser gifts’ – hardly set foot in the field of politics at all. On the death of his father Emperor Franz II (I), Franz Karl was second in line to the throne after his brother Ferdinand.

  6. May 29, 2024 · Archduke Franz Salvator of Austria (21 August 1866 – 20 April 1939) was the son of Archduke Karl Salvator of Austria and Princess Maria Immacolata of Bourbon-Two Sicilies. He married Archduchess Marie Valerie in 1890, though, due to Marie Valerie's death in 1924, remarried in 1934 to Baroness Melani

  7. The monument honours the first man to hand Napoleon a significant military defeat: Archduke Karl. Bronze design by Anton Dominik Fernkorn; Depicts the victorious Archduke during the Battle of Aspern-Essling in 1809; Unveiled in 1860 in the presence of Emperor Franz Joseph; Book a themed guided tour* of Vienna; See also: Schwarzenberg monument

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