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Schönbrunn Palace: The World of Habsburgs

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The Habsburg dynasty reigned in various countries throughout Europe from the middle of the 13th century until the end of World War I. This impressive site offers information, analysis, insight, and an exhaustive collection of rare images about their six-hundred-year reign and the imperial palace in Vienna that was the center of their power. Include a timeline, biographical details of all of the rulers and emperors who descended from the Hapsburg line and portraits of all the Habsburg rulers. The site is organized into 95 themes, many of which can be examined through a range of time periods.

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