Antonia

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Maria Antonia Ferdinanda Of Spain - Early Years
... She was baptised with the names María Antonia along with Fernanda in honour of her half brother, then the heir to the throne ... Variations in her name range from "Antonia Fernanda" and "Antonietta Ferdinanda" ... Her mother consented to the latter union but insisted on waiting for Maria Antonia Ferdinanda to reach a more mature age ...
Antonia Gerstacker
... Antonia Kay Gerstacker (born May 7, 1969, in Houston, Texas), better known as "Art Girl", is a renowned 21st century American abstract naive artist and muralist ... Antonia began her art career in the 1990s ... Antonia became noted for her artworks of bright, vividly colored paintings and large murals ...
Antonia Ivanova
... Antonia Petrova Ivanova (Bulgarian Антония Петрова Иванова) (born Sofia, May 12, 1930 – died Sofia, May 25, 2004) was a Bulgarian chess player with the title Woman Grandmaster ... Antonia Ivanova was 6 times Bulgarian Women's Champion in 1951, 1952, 1954, 1957, 1958 and 1967 ...
Antonia Gerstacker - Art Works
... During her time in Europe, Antonia visited many of Europe's finest art museums and attractions such as Louvre in Paris ... and different cultures influenced Antonia to change careers pursuing her passion for music and love for the arts ... Vibrant colors and stark black lines are the basis for Antonia's paintings ...
Antonia, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship
... Antonia is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Rozogi, within Szczytno County, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, in northern Poland ...