Maximilian I

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Maximilian I

1459-1519.
King of Germany (1486-1519) and Holy Roman emperor (1493-1519) who through arranged marriages added greatly to the territory and power of the Habsburgs.
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Maximilian I

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(Biography) 1459–1519, king of Germany (1486–1519) and Holy Roman Emperor (1493–1519)
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Champagne velvet appliqus adorn bedspreads, curtains and lampshades, providing a nod towards the more royal side of Tegernsee, famous for its palace that was once the summer residence of King Maximilian Joseph I.