|Ancestors of Charles II, Lord of Monaco|
|Lord of Monaco
|Name||Charles 02 Of Monaco, Lord|
|Date of birth||26 January 1555|
|Place of birth||Monaco|
|Date of death||17 May 1589|
|Place of death||Monaco|
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