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Old 04-03-2019, 06:30 AM
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The "unknown" soldier of the King in the quarries of Villa Ada: the discovery in Rome:

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Casola di Terenzo (in the Emilia-Romagna region) celebrates Pierina Leporati's 100 years: as a child she met Queen Elena of Savoy:

https://www.gazzettadiparma.it/news/...di-savoia.html

Sunday 7 at 3.30pm, at Palazzo Madama in Turin theatrical visit to the apartments of Madama Reale Maria Giovanna Battista of Savoy-Nemours:

https://www.lastampa.it/2019/04/05/t...M/premium.html

Wednesday 17 April at 5.30 pm Palazzo Madama in Turin presents a conference titled "matrimonial intrigues between Turin and Paris: the correspondence of Bishop Albert Bailly with the Mesdames Royales":

https://www.mentelocale.it/torino/ev...dame-reali.htm
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Cardinal Maurizio of Savoy and the mystery of the tombstone hidden in Via Alfieri in Turin.

It is likely that the marble stele, at number 9, was made to be affixed by Cardinal Maurizio of Savoy, in memory of an ancient church that once existed outside the walls, then fell into ruin, and had it rebuilt by the same Savoy bishop in the center city

There is a mysterious tombstone in the atrium of a noble building on Via Alfieri, at number 9, at the base of the courtly staircase. It is dated 1650. It has an engraving of eight lines: some of the words have been abraded or erased by time, and it is written in a Latin that is not too academic. Below is a likely translation (the dots indicate those parts of the text that are no longer decipherable and that are widely positioned in the tombstone):

"In the year of Salvation 1650, Maurizio prince of Savoy dedicated to the clementissima Virgin, hope of the penitents and ... of the pious people, this temple started and (then) fell into ruin with the war ... moved within the walls of the city to be preserved that that had been realized with so much piety ".

Certainly the tombstone was to commemorate a very important event: probably the reconstruction of a church, which perhaps once stood outside the city walls and which Cardinal Maurizio had wanted to celebrate and have rebuilt in a more central area. Where the old church was located, and where the new one was rebuilt, we are not able to know. The question, somewhat curious, remains therefore shrouded in mystery.


What we can get to know is the figure of Maurizio of Savoy, the prelate who ordered some stonemasons of the time to engrave and place the tombstone, which today is probably in a different place from the original one. Who moved it, if it was really moved, it is not known.

Maurizio of Savoy was the younger son of Carlo Emanuele I, duke of Savoy, and Caterina Michela of Habsburg. He was started very young to the ecclesiastical career, but for purely political reasons, so much so that in reality he never took the vows (he was appointed cardinal at the age of 15). Later, he became bishop of Vercelli. He received the nomination of protector of France to the Holy See. He was among the participants in the Conclave of 1623, in which Pope Urban VIII was elected.

After the Treaty of Rivoli (1634), he sided with the Spaniards, who granted him the analogous office that was already attributed to him for France, that of protector of Spain. On the death of his brother Vittorio Amedeo I, Duke of Savoy, Cardinal Maurizio sided with his brother Tommaso Francesco, prince of Carignano, against the widow Cristina of Bourbon-France, who directed the Duchy with the title of regent, first in the name of son Francesco Giacinto and then, at the premature death of the latter, in the name of the very young Carlo Emanuele II, who legitimately succeeded him in a hereditary line. At that time, the nobility, the upper bourgeoisie and the clergy hung in a balanced way between two opposing factions: the so-called principes, pro-Spanish and supporters of Prince Tommaso, and the Madamistas, pro-French and supporters of the royal Madama, as it was called the regent Christine Marie of France.

In August 1639, Turin was by now controlled by the prince troops, led by the cardinal Maurizio and Prince Tommaso, and Cristina, with her little son Carlo Emanuele, was forced to flee the city. However, a few months later, the regent and the small future duke were able to return to Turin again, freed by the opposing troops and "usurpers" with the help of the French troops, commanded by the Marquis d'Harcourt. In 1642, as a good diplomat, Cardinal Maurizio negotiated an agreement with his sister-in-law Cristina, obtaining the Lieutenancy of Nice and even the hand of the thirteen-year-old niece, Luisa Cristina di Savoia, daughter of Cristina herself and of the late brother Vittorio Amedeo I, whom he married after advocating and obtaining the necessary papal dispensation. Then he finally left the cardinal's purple, he devoted himself to philosophical and literary studies.

He died in today's Villa della Regina, on the Turin hill, leaving no heirs. The body was buried at the Sacra di San Michele. And with the body, perhaps, even the small secret of the Via Alfieri tombstone.

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Old 04-17-2019, 05:05 PM
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Princess Maria Pia attend the Ballo Dei 100 e non piu 100 on 13 Apriil in Casale Monferrato, Italy.

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Old 04-19-2019, 04:10 AM
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Here article about Princess Maria Pia in Casale Monferrato:

https://www.ilmonferrato.it/notizia/...al-museo-di-lu

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After the Treaty of Rivoli (1634), he sided with the Spaniards, who granted him the analogous office that was already attributed to him for France, that of protector of Spain. On the death of his brother Vittorio Amedeo I, Duke of Savoy, Cardinal Maurizio sided with his brother Tommaso Francesco, prince of Carignano, against the widow Cristina of Bourbon-France, who directed the Duchy with the title of regent, first in the name of son Francesco Giacinto and then, at the premature death of the latter, in the name of the very young Carlo Emanuele II, who legitimately succeeded him in a hereditary line. At that time, the nobility, the upper bourgeoisie and the clergy hung in a balanced way between two opposing factions: the so-called principes, pro-Spanish and supporters of Prince Tommaso, and the Madamistas, pro-French and supporters of the royal Madama, as it was called the regent Christine Marie of France.

In August 1639, Turin was by now controlled by the prince troops, led by the cardinal Maurizio and Prince Tommaso, and Cristina, with her little son Carlo Emanuele, was forced to flee the city. However, a few months later, the regent and the small future duke were able to return to Turin again, freed by the opposing troops and "usurpers" with the help of the French troops, commanded by the Marquis d'Harcourt. In 1642, as a good diplomat, Cardinal Maurizio negotiated an agreement with his sister-in-law Cristina, obtaining the Lieutenancy of Nice and even the hand of the thirteen-year-old niece, Luisa Cristina di Savoia, daughter of Cristina herself and of the late brother Vittorio Amedeo I, whom he married after advocating and obtaining the necessary papal dispensation. Then he finally left the cardinal's purple, he devoted himself to philosophical and literary studies.
Very interesting how in a royal house which observed strict Salic law a woman nevertheless could obtain robust power as a regent.
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Very interesting how in a royal house which observed strict Salic law a woman nevertheless could obtain robust power as a regent.
And the fact too that she was a Princess of France by birth,Christine de France was a daughter of Henri IV.
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Old 04-22-2019, 05:46 AM
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The Court of Cassation rejected Brigit Hamer's appeal against the acquittal of Prince Vittorio Emanuele of Savoy:

https://www.ilsole24ore.com/art/norm...B&refresh_ce=1

For Easter Guided tour at Palazzo Madama in Turin guided tour of the exhibition dedicated to the Madame Reali:

https://www.torinotoday.it/eventi/vi...squa-2019.html
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Old 04-23-2019, 05:58 AM
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The Court of Cassation rejected Brigit Hamer's appeal against the acquittal of Prince Vittorio Emanuele of Savoy:

https://www.ilsole24ore.com/art/norm...B&refresh_ce=1
It is actually quite a messy story.

In 1978 Dirk Hamer, Birgit's brother, was killed by a gunshot exploded by Vittorio Emanuele.
However, in 1991 he was acquitted by a French Court from the charge of unintentional homicide.
In 2006 Vittorio Emanuele was recodere admitting that, in reference to Hamer's death and the subsequent trial, he was wrong but had fooled the French judges.
Birgit Hamer then wrote a book, where she insisted that Vittorio Emanuele was guilty of her brother's murder and called for a new trial.
Vittorio Emanuele then sued her, accusing her of calumny, which under Italian law is the crime of falsely accusing, before the authorities, one of a crime he didn't commit.
Italian court acquitted Hamer from that charge; she then, in turn, sued Vittorio Emanuele for calumny (with reference to the previous accuse of calumny).
In first instance, Vittorio Emanuele was acquitted from that charge.
Hamer has appealed against it in front of the Court of Cassation, that has now confirmed the acquittal (from the charge of calumny).
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Literary park dedicated to Queen Margherita in Monza (Lombardia):

https://libri.icrewplay.com/parco-le...na-margherita/
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Old 05-17-2019, 04:42 AM
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Event in Mondello (near Palermo - Sicily) about Queen Elena and Princesses Mafalda and Jolanda today and tomorrow:

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Old 05-24-2019, 01:17 PM
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The group "Croce Bianca" of Turin visits royal tombs of King Vittorio Emanuele III and Queen Elena in Vicoforte:

Vicoforte: il gruppo "Croce Bianca" di Torino in visita alla tombe dei SavoiaÂ*-Â*Targatocn.it

In memory of Queen Giovanna:

Reali di Bulgaria, quel matrimonio "francescano" celebrato in Basilica | San Francesco - Rivista della Basilica di San Francesco di Assisi

Royal House of Savoy and events in 2019:

https://www.consulpress.eu/savoia-una-casa-millenaria/

https://www.consulpress.eu/savoia-20...opere-di-bene/
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Princess Maria Pia attend "Meme Si le Soleil Se Cache" Anne of Bourbon-Two Sicilies book signing at Maxims on 5 June in Paris


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Bogdanovic Meets Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy in Cetinje

Minister of Culture Aleksandar Bogdanovic met with Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy, the daughter of the last king of Italy Umberto II.

During the meeting in Cetinje, Bogdanovic welcomed the guest in Montenegro, emphasizing the importance of her new visit in the context of the traditionally meaningful cooperation between our country and Italy.

This co-operation, as he pointed out, is particularly fruitful in the field of culture, where two countries are working together on a series of projects.

Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy said that she thinks of Montenegro as a particularly close state, also because she is the granddaughter of the Queen Jelena. For this reason, she added, she is particularly pleased that Montenegro and Italy have excellent relationships today and that the culture is one of the fields thanks to which the two states' connections are particularly strengthened.

Bogdanovic and Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy spoke more in detail about the possibilities of her and the contribution of the Leader’s Club, cultural-related processes in Montenegro. In this regard, Bogdanovic has briefed on the key programs and projects of the Ministry of Culture, especially focusing on the creative industries, which - among other things - imply a wide range of international cooperation and exchanging young creators.

Also discussed at the meeting was the possibility of organizing an exhibition dedicated to the Montenegrin princess, and the Italian Queen Jelena, from her post-marital life, to be dominated by objects and documents from the legacy of the Savoy family.

Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy in Montenegro resides with her associates from the Leader’s Club, which consists of powerful people in the sphere of public, social and political life of Switzerland, Italy, and France.


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Old 08-13-2019, 06:18 AM
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Elena, New Residential Facility in Porto Montenegro

9 August 2019 - "Elena", a residential building in Porto Montenegro, named after the Montenegrin princess Jelena Petrovic-Elena of Savoy, will be inaugurated on August 15.

Following the opening of the Baia, the third wing of the Regent Porto Montenegro Hotel, a cocktail party will be organized on August 15 to mark the completion of Elena as another residential facility in this nautical resort.

The celebration is expected to be enlarged by the presence of Princess Jelena's granddaughter, according to Porto Montenegro.

Each of the residential buildings in the nautical settlement is named after a famous female person from Montenegrin history or a famous female toponym.

The Elena facility has 50 luxury apartments - studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three bedroom areas, ranging from 44,37m2 to 565,52m2, with prices ranging from 278,000 euros for 47.47m2 to 5,094,875 euros for a 565.52m2 apartment.

About 20 million euros were invested in the project, and, according to the company, more than 20 Montenegrin companies and over 400 employees were involved in the construction.

"The building does not exceed five floors, the same as previously built residential buildings in the nautical resort. With its completion, a total connection of the main boulevard from Pine to the Synchro lift in the settlement was established. The aim was to enable communication from one side to the other,” said PR manager of Adriatic Marinas/Porto Montenegro, Danilo.Kalezic.

Within Elena there are seven business premises, the so-called kiosks, or smaller spaces in glass with attractive contents. Interesting tenants were selected as well as numerous fashion and home improvement brands.

Adriatic Marinas announces the continuation of construction. Currently, the preparation of the terrain in the northern parcel is going on. It is near the so-called Second gate of the former Arsenal, along the Adriatic Highway (Jadranska magistrala).

“It is about greening the plot, and as soon as the Detailed Site Study is adopted, the construction of a new part of the settlement with very interesting amenities and tenants will begin. The idea is to create a facility with office space as in the centre of the village, but with more affordable prices. The facility will be facing the highway so that when the Arsenal wall is removed, the space will be completely open,”Kalezic explained.


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Old 08-20-2019, 06:11 AM
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Source: A Sant'Anna di Valdieri, un'esposizione di documenti storici dei Savoia in Valle GessoÂ*-Â*Targatocn.it

In Sant'Anna di Valdieri, an exhibition of historical documents of the Savoy family in Valle Gesso

From today, Sunday 18, until August 25, the material will be available to visitors next to the shop run for many years by Marta Bluotto, who died in 2016
In Sant'Anna di Valdieri, an exhibition of historical documents of the Savoy family in Valle Gesso

From today, Sunday 18 August, the day that the Christian liturgy dedicates to Sant'Elena, to Sant'Anna di Valdieri you can visit a small exhibition of historical documents (photographs, writings, magazines, objects) related to the period in which the Royals of Casa Savoia attended the Gesso Valley.

The documents on display are part of the private collection of Marta Bluotto, who died in 2016, who loved to share her memories of that historical period with those who stopped in her little tavern used as a small museum in summer, as can be seen from the numerous writings of appreciation and thanksgiving left by visitors, including the princesses Maria Gabriella and Maria Pia.

The collected material will remain on display for those who want to know a part of the history of the country, in the week from 18 to 25 August, in the house in the center of Sant'Anna, next to the shop run for many years by Marta with her husband Jean, now put on provision by the children in memory of the mother.
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Ceremony dedicated to Queen Elena of Italy and an exhibition dedicated to Princess Mafalda of Savoy to remember the 75th anniversary of her death on August 28th 1944 in Sant'Anna di Valdieri, near Cuneo, Piedmont.

Sant’Anna di Valdieri, Sunday 25th the 30th party of Sant’Elena
The ceremony recalls, like every year, the wife of Vittorio Emauele III, very attached to the village of the Gesso valley. An exhibition on Mafalda di Savoia is also inaugurated

Sunday, August 25, as every year, Sant’Anna di Valdieri will remember Queen Elena with a suggestive ceremony in the Pineta, where 23 years ago the International Association Regina Elena had a monument erected for the “Queen of Charity”.

Before the beginning of Holy Mass, guests will go to the beautiful parish church, where the frescoes recall two of the six blessed Savoys: Bonifacio di Savoia (1207-70) and Duke Amedeo IX (1435-72) .The Association International Regina Elena, which has been organizing the celebration for 30 years, and the Municipality of Valdieri wanted to give this day a further meaning to the day.

In addition to the memory of Helen of Montenegro, the association named after her, which has its international president in the hands of Prince Sergio of Yugoslavia, wanted to remember the 75th anniversary of her death on August 28th 1944 in the Buchenwald extermination camp of the Princess Mafalda of Savoy. After the Holy Mass and refreshments, offered by the Proloco Sant’Anna and Terme, an exhibition dedicated to the queen's second child will be inaugurated in the council hall of the Town Hall.

A delegation will go to the tomb of her friend Marta Bluotto in the morning.

As every year the delegation from Campania of the International Association Regina Elena Onlus will be present, led by the Gr. Uff. Rodolfo Armenio.

The dates of the event:
08/25/2019
Sant'Anna di Valdieri


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Vittorio Emanuele with Emanuele Filiberto attend yesterday of the Chapter of the Dynastic Orders of the Royal House of Savoy, specifically the ceremony of remittance of diplomas to the new Ladies and Knights of Orders, of the Saints Maurizio and Lazzaro and the Civil Merit of Savoy in Nice, France

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From the Russian imperial court to the House of Savoy. Over 300 precious from Faraone Casa d’Aste

Faraone Casa d’Aste has scheduled a sale on 11 November 2019 that offers around 300 precious items.
Faraone Casa d’Aste has scheduled a sale of about 300 precious items for Monday 11 November 2019 in Milan.

Among the enchantment lots include a rare snuffbox from the Russian Imperial Court made by the Bolin jeweler who boasts an ivory miniature of the emperor Alexander II with an estimate of 100,000-150,000 €; a box in yellow gold and enamels depicting the initials of Carlo Alberto of Savoy and the Savoy coat of arms of the Kingdom of Sardinia probably produced in Turin between 1830 and 1850 (estimate 15,000-20,000 €); a yellow gold cigarette case together with a set of cufflinks and yellow gold buttons with sapphires and diamonds (estimate 9,000-13,000 €) belonged to Marlene Dietrich accompanied by a signed letter.
Faraone Casa d’Aste has scheduled a sale on 11 November 2019 that offers around 300 precious items.
Among the highlights are an en tramblant flower brooch by Bulgari made of platinum with teardrop diamonds, shuttles, rounds and baguettes for a total of about 20ct, estimated at 150,000-170,000 €; a platinum ring with a Colombian emerald of 8.81 ct (€ 90,000- € 100,000); a rare Colombian emerald oil of 4.18ct (€ 65,000-75,000); a ring with a pink sapphire of about 6.53ct (25.000-35.000 €); a ring with unheated Burmese ruby ​​of about 5.50ct (€ 40,000-50,000).

Among the most representative brands is Buccellati with 22 lots including a set of earrings and ring in white gold and diamonds, complete with box and guarantee and a ring in yellow and white gold with a sapphire of about 6ct. A series of iconic Cartier, Pomellato, Vhernier and Webb pieces follow.

On the front, two Rolex GMT Ref.1675 stand out, one in yellow gold, the other the most classic in steel and plastic glass; a '75 Rolex Precision with United Arab Emirates personalized dial and a Rolex Daytona 6265 in steel.

There is also a series of interesting lots of fine silverware, including six trays by Cusi, a somavar with an ivory handle, two Cartier decanters and three vases by Venini from the Desert series produced in a limited series.

The auction, which will take place at the Four Seasons Hotels in Milan, will be anticipated by 4 days of exposure in the Chalet, the hotel's Christmas installation.


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At the auction three rare cars of the House of Savoy
A Ferrari Testarossa, a Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith and an ASA 1000 GT will be beaten and sold to the highest bidder

At the auction three rare cars of the House of Savoy

Among the many assets that the Savoys will auction at the Christie's house there will also be some cars. They will be three for accuracy. The family has in fact decided to close the Geneva residence, and to auction off everything that was inside. From October 15, therefore, as well as paintings, clocks, vases, portraits and works, you can also make offers online for three rare examples of four wheels. It is reported in the Press.

The first model in question is a Ferrari Testarossa for children. In reality it is not a real toy, since the single-cylinder engine mounted above pushes it up to a maximum speed of 90 km / h. A very rare Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith will also be sold to the highest bidder. A very original and historic model, since its construction dates back to 1955. And finally the ASA 1000 GT, designed in 1965, will also be the object of desire. The "Ferrarina", as it is nicknamed, is a small coupe that was designed by Enzo Ferrari but never produced using the Ferrari name.

For the Ferrari Testarossa the auction base is 30,000 dollars. Higher starting prices, however, for the other two models. In fact, a minimum bid of 70,000 dollars will be needed to grab the Rolls-Royce. But the most expensive of all, at least at the start, is the ASA 1000 GT, which requires an investment of at least $ 98,000 to be awarded.



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