Charles Theodore

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House Of Wittelsbach - Reign in The Holy Roman Empire - Palatinate Branch
... His brother and successor Charles III Philip, Elector Palatine moved the Palatinate's capital back to Heidelberg in 1718 and then to Mannheim in 1720 ... To strengthen the union of all lines of the Wittelsbach dynasty Charles Philip organized a wedding on 17 January 1742 when his granddaughters were married to Charles Theodore of Palatinate-Sulzbach and to the ... In the imperial election a few days later Charles III Philip voted for his Bavarian cousin Prince-Elector Charles Albert ...
Nymphenburg Palace - The Palace - The Central Pavilion
... further to the north were created under Charles Theodore with the broadening of the gallery wing ... room"), while the third room contains portraits of Charles Theodore and his both consorts Elisabeth Auguste and Maria Leopoldine ... building, the hall with the portrait of Charles Albert, the audience room with the portait of the founder couple Ferdinand Maria and his consort Henriette ...
Charles II August, Duke Of Zweibrücken - Bavarian Claims
... His Wittelsbach cousin Charles Theodore, then Elector Palatine, was his heir ... Charles II August was the heir to the Wittelsbach territories of Zweibrucken (his own duchy), the duchies of Neuborg, Sulzbach, Julich, and Berg, in addition to the ... Charles Theodore's preferred the Palatinate and therefore tried to exchange parts of the Bavarian inheritance with Emperor Joseph in return for parts of the Austrian ...
Charles Theodore, Prince Of Salm
... Charles Theodore Otto, Prince of Salm (German Karl Theodor 1645-1710), became Count of Salm-Salm in 1663 ... He was the son of Leopold Philip Charles, fuerst of Salm, and his wife, Maria Anna of Bronckhorst-Batenburg, a Dutch noblewoman from Gelderland ... Charles Theodore married Louise Marie von Simmern, daughter of Edward, Count Palatine of Simmern and Anne Gonzaga, on 20 March 1671 ...

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