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Royal House of Savoy: Tombs, Cenotaphs, Statues and Memorials


In this thread the Tombs, Cenotaphs, Statues and Memorials of the Royal House of Savoy.

Hautecombe Abbey (Saint-Pierre-de-Curtille, Savoy - France):

* Counts and Countesses of Savoy:

Umberto III of Savoy (1136-1189)
Clémence de Zähringen of Savoy (1140-1173)
Margaret of Geneva (1180–1252)
Amédée IV of Savoy (1197-1253)
Cécile des Baux (1230-1275)
Marguerite of Savoy (1212-1273)
Guillaume of Savoy (1204-1239)
Boniface of Savoy (1205-1270)
Alice of Savoy (1209-1277)
Philip I of Savoy (1207-1285)
Béatrice of Savoy (1198-1267)
Béatrice Fieschi of Savoy (1225-1283)
Pierre II of Savoy (1203-1268)
Tommaso III of Piedmont (1248-1282)
Sibylle de Baugé (1255-1294)
Amédée V of Savoy (1253-1323)
Louis Ier de Vaud (1253-1302)
Jeanne de Montfort de Chambéon (1250-1302)
Jean of Savoy (1273-1284)
Agnès of Savoy (1286-1322)
Louis II de Vaud (1283-1349)
Édouard of Savoy (1284-1329)
Marguerite of Savoy († 1359)
Aymon of Savoy (1291-1343)
Yolande de Montferrat (1318-1342)
Amédée VI of Savoy (1334-1383)
Louis (stillborn)
Amédée VII of Savoy (1360-1391)
Marie de Bourgogne (1386-1422)
Umberto of Savoy (1377-1443)
Bona of Savoy (1415- 1439)

* Dukes and Duchesses of Savoy:

Filippo II of Savoy (1438-1497)
Fliberto I of Savoy (1465-1482)
Louis of Savoy (1488-1502)
Yolande-Louise of Savoy (1487-1499)
Margaret of Valois (1523 – 1574)


* Abbots:
Dom Antoine of Savoy (1626-1688)


* Kings and Queens of Sardinia:
Carlo Felice of Savoy (1765-1831)
Maria Cristina of Naples and Sicily (1779 – 1849)


* King and Queens of Italy:

Umberto II of Savoy last King of Italy (1904-1983)
Maria José of Belgium, last Queen of Italy (1906-2001)
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Sanctuary of Vicoforte (Vicoforte, Piedmont - Italy):

Tombs:

* Vittorio Emanuele III of Savoy, (1869 - 1947), King of Italy
* Elena of Montenegro, (1871 - 1952), Queen of Italy
* Carlo Emanuele I of Savoy (1562 - 1630), Marquis of Saluzzo, Duke of Savoy, Prince of Piedmont, Count of Aosta, Moriana and Nice, Titular King of Cyprus and Jerusalem


Cenotaph:

* Margherita of Savoy (1589 - 1655), Vicereine of Portugal, daughter of Carlo Emanuele I of Savoy.
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The Abbaye d'Hautecombe golden age came to an end with the on set of the French Revolution.

The Cistercian monks were expelled in April 1793 and the abbey secularized much of its goods and fabric were lost it was later restored in the 19th century after the ravages of the French.
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San Michele della Chiusa Abbey or Sacra di San Michele (Sant'Ambrogio di Torino, Piedmont - Italy):

* Margaret of Valois (1523 + 1574)

* Catherine of Savoy (1284 + 1336)

* Amedeo of Savoy Marquis of Saint-Rambert and Lord of Saint-Germain (+ 1610)

* Maria of Savoy (1556 + 1580), Lady of Crevacuore

* Prince Otto of Savoy (1846 + 1866), Duke of Monferrato

* Maurizio of Savoy (1593 + 1657) Prince of Oneglia, Count of Nice, Marquis of Argentera and Bersezio

* Gabriele of Savoy (1620 + 1695), Marquis of Riva

* Felice of Savoy (1645 + 1680), Marquis of Mulazzano, Count of Gonzole and Lord of the Palace

* Francesco Giacinto of Savoy (1632 + 1638), Marquis of Saluzzo, Duke of Savoy, Prince of Piedmont and Count of Aosta, Moriana and Nizza, titular King of Cyprus and Jerusalem

* Louise of Savoy (Ludovica Cristina) (1629 + 1692), Marquess of Cavaglià

* Francesca d'Orleans called Colombina d'amore (Francesca Maddalena) (1648 + 1664), princess of Orleans and France, madamigelle of Valois, Duchess of Savoy as first wife of Charles Emmanuel II

* Maria Giovanna of Savoy-Nemours (1644 + 1724), last descendant of the Counts of Genevese, heir of the Dukes of Nemours, and of the baronies of Fossigny and Beaufort, wife of Duke Carlo Emanuele II of Savoy and Regent of the State.

* Maria Cristina of Savoy (1760 + 1768)

* Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy

* Giuseppe Emanuele of Savoy

* Maria Anna of Savoy

* Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy, Count of Drelin

* Tommaso Filippo of Savoy

* Giuseppe Vittorio Amedeo of Savoy

* 5 little bodies of princes of Savoy "whose names are written in heaven".
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Cathedral of San Giovanni Battista - Chapel of the Holy Shroud (Turin, Piedmont - Italy):


* Count Oddone (1020 - 1057), Count of Savoy
* Adelaide of Susa
(1014/1020 – 1091), Countess of Savoy
* Amedeo VIII of Savoy (1383-1451) Count and Duke of Savoy
* Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy (1528 – 1580) Duke of Savoy
* Carlo Emanuele II (1634-1675), Duke of Savoy
* Tommaso Francesco of Savoy (1596-1656), 1st Prince of Carignano
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Marguerite de France (1523-1574) was orginally buried at l'abbaye de Hautecombe ,her tomb was destroyed by the French in 1794 but in 1836 her coffin was transported to the Saint-Michel-de-la-Cluse Abbey by king Charles-Albert of Sardinia.
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Pantheon (Rome, Lazio - Italy):

* Vittorio Emanuele II, 1st King of Italy (1820 - 1878)
* Umberto I, King of Italy (1844 - 1900)
* Margherita of Savoy-Genova, Queen of Italy (1851 - 1926)
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Marguerite de France (1523-1574) was orginally buried at l'abbaye de Hautecombe ,her tomb was destroyed by the French in 1794 but in 1836 her coffin was transported to the Saint-Michel-de-la-Cluse Abbey by king Charles-Albert of Sardinia.

Yes true.

The Sacra di San Michele and the Basilica of Superga are the two main burial sites of Royal House of Savoy.
I love to much the Sanctuary of Vicoforte. This Sanctuary is wonderful, it is a bit similar to Basilica of Superga.
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Basilica of Superga - Royal Cript (Turin, Piedmont - Italy):


Hall of the Kings (first room):

* Vittorio Emanuele I of Savoy, King of Sardinia, Prince of Piedmont, Duke of Savoy and of Aosta (1759-1824).
* Maria Teresa d'Asburgo-Este (1773-1832), Queen consort of Sardinia, wife of Vittorio Emanuele I.
* Vittorio Amedeo III of Savoy, King of Sardinia and Duke of Savoy, Piedmont and Aosta (1726-1796).
* Maria Antonia of Bourbon-Spain (1729-1785), Queen consort of Sardinia, wife of Vittorio Amedeo III.
* Carlo Alberto of Savoy, King of Sardinia, Prince of Carignano (1798-1849).

Second room:

* Maria Pia of Savoy (1847-1911), Queen consort of Portugal from 1861 to 1889.
* Royal Prince Eugenio Emanuele of Savoy-Villafranca, III Count of Villafranca and Prince of Carignano (1816-1888).
* Carlo Emanuele III of Savoy, King of Sardinia, Duke of Savoy, Duke of Monferrato, Marquis of Saluzzo, Prince of Piedmont and Count of Aosta, of Moriana and of Nice (1701-1773).
* Anna Cristina of Sulzbach (1704-1723), Queen consort of Sardinia, first wife of Carlo Emanuele III, buried here in 1786.
* Polissena d'Assia-Rheinfels-Rotenburg (1706-1735), Queen consort of Sardinia, second wife of Charles Emmanuel III, buried here in 1786.
* Elisabetta Teresa of Lorena (1711-1741), Queen consort of Sardinia, third wife of Carlo Emanuele III, buried here in 1786.
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Basilica of Superga - Royal Cript (Turin, Piedmont - Italy):

Room of the Queens (third room):

* Maria Adelaide of Habsburg-Lorraine (1822-1855), Queen consort of Sardinia, wife of King Vittorio Emanuele II.
* Maria Theresa of Habsburg-Lorraine (1801-1855), Queen consort of Sardinia, wife of King Carlo Alberto.
* Maria Cristina of Savoy-Carignano (1826-1827), daughter of King Carlo Alberto.
* Amedeo I of Savoy (1845-1890), King of Spain (1871-1873).
* Maria Vittoria dal Pozzo della Cisterna (1846-1876), Queen consort of Spain, first wife of King Amedeo I.
* Maria Letizia Bonaparte (1866-1926), granddaughter and second wife of King Amedeo I.
* Royal Prince Vittorio Emanuele of Savoy-Aosta, Count of Turin (1870-1946).
* Royal Prince Oddone Eugenio Maria of Savoy (1846-1866), son of King Vittorio Emanuele II.
* Royal Prince Luigi Vittorio of Savoy-Carignano (1721-1778), prince of Carignano, buried here in 1835.
* Cristina Enrichetta of Hesse-Rheinfels-Rotenburg (1717-1778), princess consort of Carignano, wife of the Royal Prince Luigi Vittorio.
* Royal Prince Tommaso Maurizio of Savoia-Carignano (1751-1753), son of the Royal Prince Luigi Vittorio.
* Royal Prince Vittorio Amedeo II of Savoy-Carignano (1743-1780).
* Giuseppina Teresa of Lorena-Armagnac (1753-1797), wife of Vittorio Amedeo II.
* Carlo Emanuele of Savoy-Carignano (1770-1800), buried here in 1835.



Fourth room:

* Vittorio Amedeo II of Savoy (1666-1732).
* Anna Maria of Bourbon-Orléans (1669-1728), wife of Vittorio Amedeo II.
* Royal Prince Ferdinand of Savoy-Genoa, first Duke of Genoa (1822-1855).
* Elizabeth of Saxony (1830-1912), wife of Ferdinand.
* Royal Prince Tommaso of Savoy-Genoa, second Duke of Genoa (1854-1931).
* Isabella of Bavaria (1863-1924), wife of Thomas.
* Royal Prince Ferdinand of Savoy-Genoa, third Duke of Genoa (1884-1963).
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Basilica of Superga - Royal Cript (Turin, Piedmont - Italy):

Sala degli Infanti (fifth room):

* Royal Princess Maria Luisa Gabriella (1729-1767), nun, daughter of Carlo Emanuele III, buried here in 1823.
* Royal Prince Vittorio Amedeo di Savoia (1699-1715), son of Carlo Emanuele III.
* Royal Princess Eleonora Maria Teresa of Savoy (1728-1781), daughter of Carlo Emanuele III.
* Royal Prince Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy (1731-1735), son of Carlo Emanuele III, buried here in 1790.
* Royal Prince Vittorio Amedeo of Savoy(1723-1725), son of Carlo Emanuele III, buried here in 1790.
* Royal Princess Maria Vittoria of Savoy (1740-1742), daughter of Carlo Emanuele III, buried here in 1790.
* Royal Prince Carlo Francesco of Savoy (1738-1745), son of Carlo Emanuele III, buried here in 1790.
* Royal Prince Carlo Francesco Romualdo of Savoy (1733-1733), son of Carlo Emanuele III, buried here in 1790.
* Royal Princess Benedetto of Savoy(1741-1808), son of Carlo Emanuele III, buried here in 1926.
* Royal Princess Maria Anna of Savoy (1757-1824), wife of Benedetto di Savoia.
* Royal Princess Maria Felicita of Savoy (1730-1801), daughter of Carlo Emanuele III, buried here in 1858.
* Royal Prince Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy (1705-1705), son of Vittorio Amedeo II of Savoia.
* Royal Princess Maria Adelaide of Savoy (1794-1795), daughter of Vittorio Emanuele I of Savoy.
* a little girl with an unknown name (1800-1801), daughter of Vittorio Emanuele I of Savoy, buried here in 1939.
* Royal and Imperial Prince Louis Bonaparte (1864-1932).
* Royal and Imperial Prince Napoleon Joseph Bonaparte (1822-1891).
* Royal Princess Maria Cristina of Savoy (1760-1768), daughter of Vittorio Amedeo III.
* Royal Prince Amedeo of Savoy (1754-1755), son of Vittorio Amedeo III, buried here in 1790.
* Royal Princess Charlotte of Savoy (1752-1753), daughter of Vittorio Amedeo III, buried here in 1790.
* Royal Prince Vittorio Emanuele of Savoy (1855-1855), son of Vittorio Emanuele II.
* Royal Princess Maria Clotilde of Savoy (1843-1911), daughter of Vittorio Emanuele II.
* Royal Prince Carlo Alberto of Savoy (1851-1854), son of Vittorio Emanuele II.
* Royal Prince Vittorio Emanuele of Savoy (1852-1852), son of Vittorio Emanuele II.
* Royal Princess Maria Anna Vittoria of Savoy (1683-1763), daughter of Prince Luigi Tommaso of Savoy-Soissons, buried here in 1921.
* Royal Princess Lydia of Arenberg (1905-1977), wife of Prince Filiberto of Savoy-Genoa, fourth Duke of Genoa.
* Royal Prince Adalbert of Savoy-Genoa, Duke of Bergamo (1898-1982).
* Royal Princess Maria Luisa Alliaga Gandolfi of the counts of Ricaldone (1899-1986), wife of Prince Ferdinand of Savoy-Genoa, third Duke of Genoa.
* Royal Prince Filiberto of Savoy-Genoa, fourth Duke of Genoa (1895-1990).
* Royal Prince Aimone of Savoy-Aosta, fourth Duke of Aosta (1900-1948), buried here in 1996.
* Royal Princess Irene of Greece (1904-1974), wife of Prince Aimone of Savoy, buried here in 1996.
* Royal Prince Eugene of Savoy-Genoa, fifth Duke of Genoa (1906-1996), buried here in 2006.
* Royal Princess Lucia di Borbone-Two Sicilies (1908-2001), wife of Prince Eugene of Savoy, buried here in 2006.
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Basilica of Superga - Royal Cript (Turin, Piedmont - Italy):

Cenotaphs:

* Princess Mafalda of Savoy (1902 - 1944), Landgravine of Hesse
* Elena of Montenegro (1873 - 1952), Queen of Italy


Memorials:

* Carlo Felice of Savoy (1765-1831) , King of Sardinia
* Heart of Prince Eugenio of Savoy (1663 - 1736)
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