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  1. After the election of Duke Albert V as German King Albert II, Vienna became the capital of the Holy Roman Empire. Albert's name is remembered for his expulsion of the Jewish population of Vienna in 1421/22. Eventually, in 1469, Vienna was given its own bishop, and the Stephansdom became a cathedral.

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  2. After the election of Duke Albert V as German King Albert II, Vienna became the capital of the Holy Roman Empire. Albert's name is remembered for his expulsion of the Jewish population of Vienna in 1421/22. Eventually, in 1469, Vienna was given its own bishop, and the Stephansdom became a cathedral.

  3. The Holy Roman Empire between 972 and 1032 In 951, Otto came to the aid of Adelaide, the widowed queen of Italy, defeating her enemies, marrying her, and taking control over Italy. In 955, Otto won a decisive victory over the Magyars in the Battle of Lechfeld.

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  5. Mar 08, 2022 · The first Habsburg monarch to become the actual, confirmed Holy Roman Emperor was Frederick III in 1452. Although the position was democratically elected (albeit by just a handful of people), the title stayed in Habsburg hands all the way through to the end of the Holy Roman Empire in 1806, bar a short period in the 1740s.

  6. Aachen was the city capital of the Holy Roman Empire for most time (from 800) but Vienna was capital of the HRE too from 1483 to 1806. Rome was the capital of the Papal state during the whole life of HRE. Do not make confusion between the Roman empire (with Rome as capital) and the HRE. They are different political entities. Janet Kane

  7. Nature of the empire The precise term Sacrum Romanum Imperium dates only from 1254, though the term Holy Empire reaches back to 1157, and the term Roman Empire was used from 1034 to denote the lands under Conrad II ’s rule. The term “Roman emperor” is older, dating from Otto II (died 983).