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I've never heard of that tradition. Did the monarchs of other countries do this too? In which countries was this tradition?



The Emperor and Empress of Austria did it.
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The true history of Spain's shields: more than 500 years joining a country.
There are elements such as the eagle of St. John and the yoke and arrows that many people believe were created by Franco's dictatorship, even if they had centuries of life.

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The pope is still continuing this tradition (but probably not this year).
Oh not only the pope, it is done in normal parishes aswell if the priest
chooses to do so and in roman catholic orders of course, bith male&female.
I know families who do so, it is a question of faith.
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Why is the King of Spain King of Jerusalem?

King Felipe VI, linked to his status as King of Jerusalem, an honorary title he holds as holder of the Crown of Spain. This dignity dates back to the Middle Ages, a period to which the exploration of its origin leads through genealogy, wars and a sale.

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Places where the Kings of Castile and Spain are buried.
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Places where the Kings of Aragon are buried.
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Places where the Kings of León are buried.
https://www.royaltombs.dk/leon.html

Places where the Kings of Navarre are buried.
https://www.royaltombs.dk/navarre.html
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Kingdom of Majorca

The Kingdom of Mallorca was created by Jaime I the Conqueror after his conquest of the island of Mallorca in 1231.

Monarchs of Majorca:
  1. James I (1231–1276) m. 1. Eleanor 2. Violant of Hungary 3. Teresa Gil de Vidaure
  2. James II (1276–1286 and 1295–1311) m. Esclaramunda of Foix
  3. Alfonso I of Aragon (1286–1291)
  4. James III (1291–1295) m. 1. Isabella of Castile 2. Blanche of Anjou 3. Marie de Lusignan 4. Elisenda de Montcada
  5. Sancho (1311–1324) m. Maria of Naples
  6. James III of Majorca (1324–1344) m. 1. Constance of Aragon 2. Violant of Vilaragut
  7. James IV of Majorca (1349–1375) m. Joan I of Naples
  8. Isabella of Majorca (1375–1403) m. 1. John II of Montferrat 2. Konrad of Reischach and Jungnau
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Are the Royals of Spain still catholic?
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Are the Royals of Spain still catholic?
Yes, the Spanish Royal Family is Catholic.
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Queen Sofia was raised Greek Orthodox but converted to Roman Catholicism in 1962.
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