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the Fürstlichen Abteikirche
Marriage of Hereditary Prince Ferdinand of Leiningen and Princess Viktoria Luise von Preussen at the Fürstlichen Abteikirche in Amorbach, on September 16, 2017
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Amorbach
16.09.2017
Gloria Princess of Thurn und Taxis at the St. Emmeram Castle in Regensburg, on July 18, 2017, during a tour in the
St. Emmeram Castle
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Regensburg
18.07.2017
Ernst August Erbprinz von Hannover and Ekaterina Malysheva at the Marktkirche in Hannover, on July 08, 2017,
Marriage of Ernst August Erbprinz von Hannover, Herzog zu Braunschweig und Lüneburg and Ekaterina Malysheva
Photo : Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT



Hannover
08.07.2017
Prince Gustav attends, on March 21, 2017, the service of the transporting of Prince Richard of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg from the chapel in the castle courtyard to the Evangelische Stadtkirche in Bad Berleburg, he died on Monday 13 March
Photo : Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT



Bad Berleburg
21.03.2017
Funeral service of Moritz, Landgrave of Hesse died at age of 86 on 23 May 2013. Johanniskirche in Kronberg im Taunus 03-06-2013 Photo: Albert Nieboer-RPE / NETHETRLANDS OUT



Kronberg im Taunus
03.06.2013
Wedding of Charles Alexander Graf von Faber-Castell with Melissa Eliyesil at the Martin-Luther Kirche in Stein, Germany, 26 May 2012. Photo: Albert Nieboer NETHERLANDS OUT



Stein
26.05.2012
Princess Felipa and Christian Dienst with bridesmaids

Wedding of Princess Felipa von Bayern and Christian Dienst in the Wieskirche in Steingaden-Wies, Germany 12-05-2012
Photo: RPE-Albert NIeboer
NETHERLANDS OUT



WIES
12.05.2012
 



Potsdam
27.08.2011
Prince Georg Friderich von Preussen and Princess Sophie von Isenburg arrive at the Konzerthaus for the concert the evening before the wedding of Prince Friderich von Preussen and Princess Sophie von Isenburg Photo: RPE-Albert van der Werf

Guests arrive at the Konzerthaus for the concert the evening before the wedding of Prince Friderich von Preussen and Princess Sophie von Isenburg Photo: RPE-Albert van der Werf




26.08.2011
 



Bad Berleburg
18.06.2011
Group photo after they left the Chapel Castle GlŸcksburg

Photo: Albert van der Werf



GL†CKSBURG
25.07.2009
Marriage of Hubertus Michael Erbprinz von Sachsen-Coburg and Gotha and his bride Kelly Jeanne (born Rondestvedt) in the St. Moritz Church in Coburg.

Photo: Albert Nieboer



COBURG
24.05.2009
Count Bjšrn and Countess Bettina next to the sculptures of their parents Countess Sonja and Count Lennart Bernadotte

100 years anniversary of late count Lennart Bernadotte, unveilig of the sculpture of late countess Sonja and commemorationconcert of late countess Sonja at Island Mainau. MAINAU 08-05-2009 Photo: Albert Nieboer



MAINAU
08.05.2009
Religious wedding of Count Bjšrn Bernadotte and miss Sandra Angerer in the Castle Church St. Marien at Island Mainau.
MAINAU 07-05-2009 Photo: Albert Nieboer



MAINAU
07.05.2009
Schwedisch Crown Princess Victoria

Religious wedding of Count Bjšrn Bernadotte and miss Sandra Angerer in the Castle Church St. Marien at Island Mainau.
MAINAU 07-05-2009 Photo: Albert Nieboer



MAINAU
07.05.2009
Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie) the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Huis Doorn in

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert NieboerDOORN - Castle Huis Doorn 29 th May 2008

Today opened the grand-grandson of the german Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Prince Christian Sigismund von Preussen (yellow tie) and grand-grand-grandson Prince Georg Friedrich von Preussen (red tie)Head of the House Hohezollern, the exposition "The Emeperor and Europe" in Castle Huis Doorn in Doorn were the Emperor were he lived from 1918 till 1941 when he died. Prinz Wilhelm von Preussen was born in Berlin on 27 January 1859 as the eldest son of Crown Prince Friedrich and Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom. Via his grandmother, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Wilhelm was closely related to almost every European court. He married Auguste-Victoria von Schleswig-Holstein in 1881.

In 1888 Germany buried both Emperor Wilhelm I and, after a reign of only ninety-nine days, his son Emperor Friedrich III. This meant that Wilhelm II became King of Prussia and Emperor of Germany at the age of twenty-nine. He replaced his experienced advisors with a Persšnliches Regiment and it wasnÕt long before his self-willed political actions began to meet with criticism both at home and abroad.

© Royal Press Europe - Albert Nieboer



DOORN
29.05.2008



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