Princess Maria Anna Vittoria o Savoy
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|Princess Maria Anna Vittoria|
|Princess Joseph o Saxe-Hilburghausen|
Duchess in Saxony
Princess Maria Anna Vittoria o Savoy, Castle of Racconigi
|Born||11 September 1683|
Hôtel de Soissons, Paris, Fraunce
|Dee'd||11 October 1763 (aged 80)|
|Noble faimily||Savoy-Carignano (bi birth) |
Hoose o Saxe-Hildburghausen
|Spoose(s)||Prince Joseph o Saxe-Hildburghausen (1738–1757; marriage dissolved)|
|Faither||Louis Thomas, Coont o Soissons|
|Mither||Uranie de La Cropte|
Princess Maria Anna Vittoria o Savoy (German: Maria Anna Victoria von Savoyen; 11 September 1683 – 11 October 1763) was the dochter o Prince Louis Thomas o Savoy, Count of Soissons, an Uranie de La Cropte. She was the niece o Prince Eugene o Savoy, the great general an statesman o imperial Austrick, an a patron of the arts. She was styled Mademoiselle de Soissons prior tae her mairiage. Upon Eugene's daith in 1736, Maria Anna Vittoria inheritit his estate in Austria, which she then proceeded tae quickly sell off at cut rate prices. His mansions, airt collections, wartime medals, an the sword gien to him bi Anne, Queen o Great Britain, for his part in the War o the Spaingie Succession were selt; nothing wis spared.
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