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  1. Alexander, Margrave of Meissen - Wikipedia

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    Alexander, Prince of Saxe-Gessaphe (German: Alexander Prinz von Sachsen-Gessaphe Polish: Aleksander książę Sasko-Gessapski; born Alexander de Afif 12 February 1954), is the adopted son and heir of Maria Emanuel, Margrave of Meissen, and a businessman with Lebanese, Mexican and German roots.

  2. Maria Emanuel, Margrave of Meissen - Wikipedia

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    Maria Emanuel adopted Alexander on 1 June 1999, who had married Princess Gisela of Bavaria in 1987. In 1997 the surviving male dynasts of the Albertine line of Wettins consented to the Margrave's decision, Subsequently, his brother Albert stated that he no longer accepted the decision. [citation needed]

  3. Royal Musings: And who is the new Margrave of Meissen

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    Jul 28, 2012 · And who is the new Margrave of Meissen Despite the protestations of Princess Elvira of Sachsen, the wife of Prince Albert, younger brother of the late Margrave of Meissen, the new Margrave is indeed HRH Prince Alexander of Sachsen-Gessaphe.

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  4. Alexander, Margrave of Meissen explained

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    Jul 23, 2012 · Alexander, Prince of Saxe-Gessaphe (German: Alexander Prinz von Sachsen-Gessaphe Polish: Aleksander książę Sasko-Gessapski; born Alexander de Afif 12 February 1954), is the adopted son and heir of Maria Emanuel, Margrave of Meissen, and a businessman with Lebanese, Mexican and German roots.

  5. List of margraves of Meissen - Wikipedia

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    History. King Henry the Fowler, on his 928-29 campaign against the Slavic Glomacze tribes, had a fortress erected on a hill at Meissen (Mišno) on the Elbe river. Later named Albrechtsburg, the castle about 965 became the seat of the Meissen margraves, installed by Emperor Otto I when the vast Marca Geronis (Gero's march) was partitioned into five new margraviates, including Meissen, the Saxon ...

  6. What happened to the Polish Royal family after the partitions ...

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    It’s a complicated question, and easy to get the answer wrong. Since 1573, after the ruling Jagiellon dynasty died out (heirless, potentially hairless - edited after comment), Poland was not a traditional hereditary monarchy.

  7. Category:Alexander von Sachsen-Gessaphe - Wikimedia Commons

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    Alexander, Margrave of Meissen ... Media in category "Alexander von Sachsen-Gessaphe" The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total.

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  8. On February 5th, 2014 The Margrave of Meissen together with his wife Gisela visited the school of St. Afra. The director of the “Gymnasium” Doctor Ulrike Ostermaier welcomed the Royal guests. In addition to visiting the school for promotion of highly gifted students, for Margrave Alexander the encounter with a Mexican student was a special

  9. Gisela, Margravine of Meissen - Wikipedia

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    Gisela married Alexander de Afif, son of Roberto de Afif, Prince of Gessaphe and his wife Princess Anna of Saxony, civilly on 3 April 1987 in Mexico City, Mexico and religiously on 28 September 1987 at Andechs Abbey. Gisela and Alexander have four children: Prince Georg Philipp of Saxe-Gessaphe (b. Mexico City 24 May 1988)

  10. Who married Alexander, Margrave of Meissen? | WhoMarried.com

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    Alexander, Prince of Saxe-Gessaphe (German: Alexander Prinz von Sachsen-Gessaphe Polish: Aleksander książę Sasko-Gessapski; born Alexander de Afif 12 February 1954), is the adopted son and heir of Maria Emanuel, Margrave of Meissen, and a businessman with Lebanese, Mexican and German roots.