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NOBLE WITH QUIRINAL ( last uploaded )
KINGDOM OF ITALY group of nobles at the Quirinale, from left to right: the duchess consort Isabella of Genoa born Isabella of Baviera (31 August 1863 - 26 February 1924); the Duke Amedeo I of Aosta (30 May 1845 - 18 January 1890), younger brother of the king; the Duchess Elisabetta of Genoa, mother of Queen Margherita and of Duke Tommaso of Genoa, born Elizabeth of Saxony (February 4, 1830 - August 14, 1912); the Prince of Naples, the future king Vittorio Emanuele III (11 November 1869 - 28 December 1947); the queen consort Margherita of Savoy (20 November 1851 - 4 January 1926); the imperial prince Henry of Prussia (14 August 1862 - 20 April 1929), younger brother of William II; the German emperor William II of Prussia and Germany (27 January 1859 - 4 June 1941); the duke Tommaso Alberto Vittorio of Savoy-Genoa (6 February 1854 - 15 April 1931); the duchess of Aosta Maria Letizia Bonaparte (20 December 1866 - 25 October 1926), the second second wife of Amedeo I; the king of Italy Umberto I (14 March 1844 - 29 July 1900). Photography F.lli Alessandri, Rome 1888
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