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Latin Bridge, Latinska ćuprija 🌉
Here the IWW started when Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated. .
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#sarajevostreets #balkans #history #latinbridge #sarajevo #iww #archdukefranzferdinand #austria #assasination #river #riverview #cityscape #travel #travelling #voyage


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#BoBackThursday One year ago I was in a van with my sister and two canucks exploring Bosnia. It was neat (but kind of sad). And then I noticed these little bumps on my neck that I thought were bug bites. Turns out they were shingles. That wasn’t as neat!
#Bosnia #sarajevo #mostar #jablanica #sarajevoroses #archdukefranzferdinand #WithMyCros #shinglessuck


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#everysaturday we have #journey on #bohinjskaproga with #steamtrain and with his excellency #archdukefranzferdinand


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[#Habsburg 🇦🇹] The assassination of #ArchdukeFranzFerdinand of #Austria, heir presumptive to the #AustroHungarian #throne, and his wife Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg, occurred on 28 June 1914 in #Sarajevo when they were mortally wounded by Gavrilo Princip. Princip was one of a group of six assassins (five #Serbs and one #Bosniak) coordinated by Danilo Ilić, a #Bosnian #Serb and a member of the Black Hand secret society. The political objective of the assassination was to break off Austria-Hungary's South Slav provinces so they could be combined into a #Yugoslavia. The assassins' motives were consistent with the movement that later became known as Young #Bosnia. The assassination led directly to the #FirstWorldWar when #AustroHungarianEmpire subsequently issued an ultimatum to the Kingdom of Serbia, which was partially rejected. Austria-Hungary then declared war, triggering actions leading to war between most #European states. 🇦🇹 [#奧地利 🇦🇹#費迪南大公 遇刺100週年紀念] #奧匈帝國 王儲費迪南大公夫婦1914年遇刺,是觸法 #第一次世界大戰 爆發的重要事件,雖然大戰最終導致奧匈帝國解體,但費迪南大公依然頗受 #奧地利人 懷念,這是2014年奧地利發行的「大公遇刺百週年紀念」郵票。費迪南大公力主發展強大海軍,對境內少數民族、敵人 #塞爾維亞 也相對寬鬆,最終卻被塞爾維亞 #民族主義 者暗殺,也是格外諷刺。


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#todayinhistory on May 26, 1914, 19-year-old Gavrilo Princip sets out from Belgrade on a 10-day-long journey through rough countryside, heading towards Sarajevo and a planned rendezvous with fellow young nationalist agitators. When Princip and his comrades learned in the spring of 1914 of the upcoming visit by Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, to Sarajevo that June, they hatched a plan to assassinate him. They began their journey to put the plan in action. 🗺️ Interesting fact: 19 year old Princip was a student in his last year of high school -- the eighth grade -- when he fired the shot that sparked World War I. The driver of the Archduke's car should have driven straight past Princip at speed but, because of a misunderstanding, he turned the car on the exact corner where Princip was standing and was immediately shouted at to stop. Princip found his target a sitting duck right in front of him. He fired only one shot at the Archduke with a pistol. By a fluke the bullet cut Franz Ferdinand's jugular vein. He was dead in a matter of minutes. #wwi #militaryhistory #worldhistory #gavriloprincip #archdukefranzferdinand


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The funeral of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg was held in Vienna, Austria. July 3, 1914. #archdukefranzferdinand #latinbridge #worldwar #wwi

Fact: I) They were assassinated near the Latin Bridge in Sarajevo, Bosnia. II) After the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, World War I started on July 28, 1914.


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This little dope has just his paws under the blanket as if he's using it as a pillow. It's crazy to think I adopted you just about 2 years ago and how much of a chubster you've become lol and you still won't leave Zeus alone. #ferdinand #blackcat #blackcatsofinstagram #chubbyblackcat #archdukefranzferdinand #ferdinandthebull


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The newest addition to my collection. A photo of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Bosnia.

Special thanks to my dad for getting it for me at a garage sale!
#oldphoto #archduke #franzferdinand #archdukefranzferdinand #bosnia #europe #military #militaryhistory #royalty #austria #hungary #austriahungary #balkans #20thcentury #father #dad #gift #collection #history #garagesale #garagesalefinds


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May 19 1896- Death of Archduke Karl Ludwig, younger brother of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria.
Karl Ludwig was the son of Archduke Franz Karl of Austria and his wife Princess Sophie of Bavaria; he was younger brother of Emperor Franz Joseph I and Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico. As the eldest surviving brother of the Emperor, Karl Ludwig, after the death of his nephew Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria in 1889, became heir presumptive to the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Karl Ludwig married three times. His first wife, whom he married on 4 November 1856 at Dresden, was his first cousin Margaretha of Saxony. She died on 15 September 1858 and they had no children. His second wife, whom he married on 21 October 1862 at Venice, was Princess Maria Annunciata of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, daughter of Ferdinand II of the Two Sicilies and Maria Theresa of Austria. They had four children: including Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Archduke Otto, father of the last emperor, Karl I. Maria Annunciata died on 4 May 1871.
His third wife was Infanta Maria Theresa of Portugal, daughter of Miguel I of Portugal and Adelaide of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg, whom he married on 23 July 1873. They had two daughters.
Karl Ludwig died 19 May 1896 at aged 62 of typhoid at Schönbrunn in Vienna returning from a journey to Palestine and Egypt, allegedly after the consumption of contaminated Jordan waters. #austrianroyals #austrianroyalty #archdukekarlludwig #archdukefranzferdinand #emperorkarl #maximiliani #austrianhabsburgs #thehabsburgs #franzjosephi #europeanroyals #europeanroyalty #royalty #royals


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Cozy little place for tea #hunting #tea #archdukefranzferdinand #konopistecastle


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May 13, 1870- Birth of Archduchess Margarete Sophie of Austria, wife of Duke Albrecht of Württemberg.
Margarete Sophie was the fourth and youngest child and only daughter of Archduke Karl Ludwig of Austria and his second wife Princess Maria Annunciata of Bourbon-Two Sicilies. She was named for her father's first wife, Princess Margaretha of Saxony, and for her paternal grandmother, Princess Sophie of Bavaria. Her older brothers included Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and Archduke Otto Francis of Austria.
As a young woman, Margarete Sophie was Princess-Abbess of the Theresian Royal and Imperial Ladies Chapter in Prague (1886-1893). The convent was located in the Hradschin Royal Palace, and was an educational foundation open only to high-born young women, who were required to prove that all sixteen of their great-grandparents were of noble birth. It was not unusual for the Abbess to be chosen from among the archduchesses of the Imperial Habsburg family, though the Abbess and all pupils were allowed to leave the order and marry.
Margarete Sophie married Duke Albrecht of Württemberg, eldest child of Duke Philipp of Württemberg and his wife Archduchess Maria Theresa of Austria, on 24 January 1893 in Vienna, Austria–Hungary. Margarete Sophie and Albrecht had seven children.
Margarete died in Gmunden on 24 August 1902, aged 32. #austrianroyalty #austrianroyals #europeanroyals #europeanroyalty #archduchessofaustria #archduchessmargaretesophieofaustria #margaretesophieofaustria #dukealbrechtofwürttemberg #archdukefranzferdinand #mariaannunciataofbourbontwosicilies #archdukekarlludwigofaustria #habsburgs


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The birth of Archduchess Margarete Sophie of Austria: May 13, 1870:Margarete Sophie was born at Artstetten Castle, Artstetten-Pöbring, the fourth and youngest child and only daughter of Archduke Karl Ludwig of Austria and his second wife Princess Maria Annunciata of Bourbon-Two Sicilies.She was named for her father's first wife, Princess Margaretha of Saxony, and for her paternal grandmother, Princess Sophie of Bavaria. Her older brothers included Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and Archduke Otto Francis of Austria. As a young woman, Margarete Sophie was Princess-Abbess of the Theresian Royal and Imperial Ladies Chapter in Prague (1886-1893).The convent was located in the Hradschin Royal Palace, and was an educational foundation open only to high-born young women, who were required to prove that all sixteen of their great-grandparents were of noble birth.It was not unusual for the Abbess to be chosen from among the archduchesses of the Imperial Habsburg family, though the Abbess and all pupils were allowed to leave the order and marry.Margarete Sophie married Duke Albrecht of Württemberg, eldest child of Duke Philipp of Württemberg and his wife Archduchess Maria Theresa of Austria, on 24 January 1893 in Vienna, Austria–Hungary.Margarete Sophie and Albrecht had seven children.Margarete died in Gmunden on 24 August 1902, aged 32.


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Openning ceremony #bohinjskaproga with #archdukefranzferdinand


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May 9, 1892 – Birth of Princess Zita of Bourbon-Parma, wife of Emperor Karl I of Austria, at the Villa Pianore, Tuscany (Italy)
Born as the seventeenth child of the dispossessed Robert I, Duke of Parma, and his second wife, Infanta Maria Antonia of Portugal. At the age of ten, Zita was sent to a boarding school at Zanberg in Upper Bavaria, where there was a strict regime of study and religious instruction. Brought up as devout Catholics, the Parma children regularly undertook good works for the poor. Three of Zita's sisters became nuns and, for a time, she considered following the same path. Zita and her siblings were raised to speak Italian, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese and English.
Since his uncle married morganatically, Archduke Karl was under pressure to marry and Zita had a suitably royal genealogy. They had met as children but did not meet one another for almost ten years, but when they became reacquainted Karl asked for Zita’s hand. Karl and Zita were married on 21 October 1911. Karl’s great-uncle, the 81-year-old Emperor Franz Joseph, attended the wedding. The couple had eight children.
Karl of Austria became heir presumptive to the Austrian throne in 1914 after the assassination of his uncle Archduke Franz Ferdinand. In 1916, Franz Joseph I died and Karl acceded to the throne in 1916. Karl and Zita were Emperor and Empress for two years before being deposed following the end of World War I in 1918. Karl and Zita left for exile in Switzerland and later Madeira. In 1922, Karl was struck by an attack of bronchitis which rapidly worsened into pneumonia, not helped by the inadequate medical care available, Karl died. Zita wore mourning black in Karl’s memory throughout sixty-seven years of widowhood and never remarried. After her husband's death, Zita and her son Otto served as symbols of unity for the exiled dynasty.
After a memorable 90th birthday, where she was surrounded by her now vast family, Zita's strong health began to fail. On 14 March 1989, she died at the aged of 96; the last surviving child of Robert, Duke of Parma from both his marriages.


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May 4, 1871- Death of Princess Maria Annunciata of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, wife of Archduke Karl Ludwig of Austria.
Maria Annunciata was the daughter of Ferdinand II of the Two Sicilies and Archduchess Maria Theresa of Austria.
On 21 October 1862 in Venice, she married Archduke Karl Ludwig of Austria as his second wife. They had four children including Franz Ferdinand (whose death started WWI) and Otto Franz (father of the last Emperor, Karl I)
She died in Vienna, aged 28, from tuberculosis. #austrianroyalty #austrianroyals #royalty #royals #europeanroyals #europeanroyalty #mariaannunciataofbourbontwosicilies #archduchessofaustria #archdukekarl #archdukekarlludwigofaustria #habsburgs #austrianhabsburgs #franzferdinandofaustria #archdukefranzferdinand #franzjosephi


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Sophie Chotek, Duchess of Hohenberg was the morganatic wife of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne. Their assassination in Sarajevo sparked a series of events that eventually led to World War I. #austrianroyalty #austrianroyals #sophiechotek #sophieduchessofhohenberg #archdukefranzferdinand #royals #royalty #europeanroyalty #europeanroyals #franzjosephi #habsburgs #habsburgdynasty #wwi #worldwari #thegreatwar #austrohungarianempire


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April 21, 1865- Birth of Archduke Otto of Austria, nephew of Emperor Franz Joseph and father of Karl I (the last Emperor of Austria).
Otto was the second son of Archduke Karl Ludwig of Austria (younger brother of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria) and his second wife, Princess Maria Annunciata of Bourbon-Two Sicilies. Upon the death of Crown Prince Rudolf died in 1889, Otto’s father, Karl Ludwig, became heir presumptive. When Karl Ludwig died on May 1896, Otto's older brother Franz Ferdinand become heir presumptive to the Austro-Hungarian throne.
Under pressure from the imperial court, he married Princess Maria Josepha of Saxony, daughter of George of Saxony on October 2, 1886. The court in Vienna urgently needed such a wedding to repair their relationship with the Saxon royal family, after both Crown Prince Rudolf and Otto's brother Franz Ferdinand had snubbed the Saxons by rejecting Maria's elder sister Mathilde.
Otto and Maria had two sons. Their marriage was unhappy, however, since the Archduke was often unfaithful. Otto had a reputation as a loafer and was often involved in scandals. He was gradually alienated from the imperial court, and eventually even his wife distanced herself from him.
Around 1900, he contracted syphilis. This caused him agonizing pain for the last two years of his life. He withdrew from public life and spent a year in Egypt, where he found temporary reprieve. He returned to Austria, where he fell ill again. The last few months of his life, he lived in a villa in the Viennese suburb Währing. He was seriously ill, and was nursed by his last mistress and by his stepmother Infanta Maria Theresa of Portugal. He died on 1 November 1906, in the presence of his spiritual adviser, Godfried Marschall, the auxiliary bishop of Vienna.
In 1914, Franz Ferdinand was murdered in Sarajevo, and Otto's son Karl became heir presumptive. Karl inherited the throne two years later and reigned for two years before the abdicating two years later in 1918.


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Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria with his wife Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg on a hunt
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At site where Franz Ferdinand was killed in Sarajevo... 1982 vs 2018. Worryingly similar in height at 3 vs 38 😂 #sarajevobosnia #sarajevo #archdukefranzferdinand #archdukeferdinand


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A one off that was snatched up by some good friends immediately “Gavrilo Princip” Glass and Steel 10”x 6”x 4” 2014 #art #gavriloprincip #sculpture #glass #contemporaryart #worldwar1 #archdukefranzferdinand #bullet #franzferdinand #artist #california #sanfrancisco #oakland


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Visiting Schloss Artstetten, the last resting place of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Habsburg-Este and his wife Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg. Both assassinated by the serb Gavrilo Princip on the 28th of June 1914. This was the start of the first world war and the end of an era. #habsburg #austrohungarian #austriahungary #austrianhistory #firstworldwar #ww1 #artstetten #schlossartstetten #findesiecle #imperialaustria #sarajevo #erzherzog #erzherzogfranzferdinand #franzferdinand #archduke #archdukefranzferdinand #monarchie #austrianempire


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Had a go at drawing Archduke Franz Ferdinand (from a 1914 photo taken shortly before the assassination)
#pencilportrait
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If you see a warning sticker on machinery that looks like this, but can only interpret its meaning through Pre-Great War European revolutionary politics, you might be a technician with a history degree. #gavriloprincip #archdukefranzferdinand #unificationordeath #serbia #diesel #work #⚡️#blackhand #youngbosnia


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portrait of #archdukefranzferdinand by one of my students


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We’re kicking off our spring program series #underthestarsandstripes #AndoverDuringWWI this weekend with a great presentation by our board treasurer Don Robb. To learn more about this and other programs in the series click the link in our bio #andoverhistorical #wwi #homefront #archdukefranzferdinand #causesofww1 #andovertownsman


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Archduke Ferdinand dying H.D. #wwi #ww1 #archdukefranzferdinand


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Probably one of the most famous yet forgotten bridges in the world. #archdukefranzferdinand #WW1 #history @followyourarrow81 #followyourarrow


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The uniform that Archduke Franz Ferdinand wore as he was assassinated in 1914, which ultimately triggered WWI. #history #ww1 #uniform #war #archdukefranzferdinand #franzferdinand


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On this very place stand Gavrilo Princip when he shot down archduke Franz Ferdinand.
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On Sunday, 28 June 1914, at about 10:45 am, Franz Ferdinand and his wife were killed in Sarajevo, the capital of the Austro-Hungarian province of Bosnia and Herzegovina, by Gavrilo Princip, 19 at the time, a member of Young Bosnia and one of a group of assassins organized and armed by the Black Hand. The event led to a chain of events that eventually triggered World War I.

#sarajevo #gavriloprincip
#archdukefranzferdinand #greatwar #WWI #bosnia🇧🇦 #bosniaandherzegovina🇧🇦 #assassin #vecernicestovatelska #balkan #balkantrip #history #travel #traveladdict #instatravel #igers #igerscz #bih #summertrip #summer #city #view #travelphoto #austriahungary #traveltheworld #exploringtheglobe


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