List of Longest Reigning Monarchs in Vietnam

List Of Longest Reigning Monarchs In Vietnam

This is the list of the longest reigning monarchs of all time, detailing monarchs and lifelong leaders who reigned for more than 50 years, sorted by length of reign. Currently reigning monarchs are highlighted.

  • Note: the abbreviation (HRE) indicates a sovereign state within the Holy Roman Empire.

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... Note These monarchs are grouped according to length of reign by year in whole numbers ... Thus, this table does not present a pure ranking of monarchs ...

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