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Old 02-11-2010, 06:37 PM
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The funeral was very nice, but also very sad.

After Archduke Otto has died, they both will be buried in Vienna in the Kapuzinergruft!

May God bless our Emperor!!!

Greetings from Austria,

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Old 02-12-2010, 06:46 AM
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Video about the private burial at the Veste Heldburg
Regina von Habsburg in Familiengruft beigesetzt | MDR.DE
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Old 02-12-2010, 08:34 AM
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Hello to everyone. I'm knew to the German-Austrian Royalty thread, but I have always admired Archiduc Otto, he is a very important personnality, and I'm very shocked that he lost his wife, 10 years younger!! I hope his family helps him to support the loss.

About the burial, I do not understand why she does not go directly to the capucinesgruft! Archiduc Otto will be burried there for sure, no?

Many years ago I have followed to the TV the funeral of Empress Zita, it was absolutely impressive, especially the entrance to the Kapuzinen!

May she rest in peace
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Archduchess Regina grew up on the fortress Heldburg. She has helped to restore it uver the last couple years. And after a long fight she got the family vault/crypt back.
All her life she told her family about her love for the Heldburg and the region there.
Her parents and her brother are there also.

I think it was a wise decision, to have one big funeral in Vienna and until then, Regina will be united with her family on the fortress, she grew up on and always loved so much.

The family (especially the daughters and grandchildren) is very close to Archduke Otto. The are always at least 2 family members with him.

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Old 02-17-2010, 06:56 AM
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Does any one know what the address is of Archduke Otto von habsburg's Residence?
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Old 02-17-2010, 07:02 AM
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Does any one know what the address is of Archduke Otto von habsburg's Residence?

Dr. Otto von Habsburg (SKKH Erzherzog Otto von Habsburg)
Villa Austria

Hindenburgstr. 15
82343 PŲcking
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Old 02-19-2010, 05:23 AM
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Archduchess Regina grew up on the fortress Heldburg...
Many thanks for these interest infornation.
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Old 02-19-2010, 09:05 AM
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In Point de Vue , due to Vincent brilliant thread about the funerals. We see a picture of the so old Archiduke Otto greeting the Priest in the church were the coffin of the late Archiduchess was. It was the day before the funerals and his two sons were with him.
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In Point de Vue , due to Vincent brilliant thread about the funerals. We see a picture of the so old Archiduke Otto greeting the Priest in the church were the coffin of the late Archiduchess was. It was the day before the funerals and his two sons were with him.

Dear Marie-Olivia,
could you please give me a link to that picture. I saw it ones among some news articles, but forgot to save it and now I cannot find it anywhere on the internet.

I think it was the private requiem in that small church (St. Ulrich) where Archduchess Regina also laid in State. There was a private requiem for the closest family members und people who worked at the house in PŲcking (Villa Austria, or "PcŲkingham Palace...).

A priest-friend of mine was at that requiem and also at the Heldburg.

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Old 02-20-2010, 09:17 AM
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Dear Christoph, I bought Point de Vue of this week but may not scan.. Perhaps another french speaking member of the RF or even Vincent may give you a link to that wonderful picture . Kind regards Maria- Olivia
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There was a mass in Vienna on Friday to remember Regina.
For German speakers kathweb Nachrichten .:. Katholische Presseagentur ÷sterreich
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