Duke Wilhelm Friedrich Carl Philipp Albrecht Nikolaus Erich Maria Herzog von Württemberg (born 13 August 1994 in Ravensburg), his godparents are: Sophie, Hereditary Princess of Liechtenstein, Prince Wilhelm of Wied (maternal uncle) and Hereditary Count Erich of Waldburg-Zeil and Trauchburg.
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Württemberg, often spelled "Wirtemberg" or "Wurtemberg" in English, developed as a political entity in southwest Germany, with the core established around Stuttgart by Count Conrad (died 1110). His descendants expanded Württemberg while surviving Germany's religious wars , changes in imperial policy, and invasions from France.
In 1477, Count Eberhard founded the University of Tübingen and expelled the Jews. Eberhard V proved one of the most energetic rulers that Württemberg ever had, and, in 1495, his county became a duchy. Eberhard was now Duke Eberhard I, Duke of Württemberg.
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- 27 September 1791(1791-09-27) Krakow, Poland
- 25 June 1864 (aged 72) Rome, Italy
- Württemberg Mausoleum
- Désirée Clary
Stuttgart (Swabian: italics,; names in other languages) is the capital and largest city of the German state of Baden-Württemberg. 9056 relations.
Finally in 1399 Count Eberhard von Württemberg granted the castle and county of Sigmaringensein as well as the county of Veringen in Margraviate of Austria, to his uncle and liegeman Count Eberhard III. von Werdenberg (1387–1416) as a fief.