Burial sites of European monarchs and consorts

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This list contains all European emperors, kings and regent princes and their consorts as well as well-known crown princes since the Middle Ages, whereas the lists are starting with either the beginning of the monarchy or with a change of the dynasty (e.g. England with the Norman king William the Conqueror, Spain with the unification of Castile and Aragon, Sweden with the Vasa dynasty, etc.). In addition, it contains the still-existing principalities of Monaco and Liechtenstein and the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.

Albania[edit]

Kingdom from 1928 until 1943 (1939–1943 in personal union with Italy)

Name Born-died Burial site
King Zog I 1895–1961 Cimetière parisien in Thiais, Val-de-Marne, nearby Paris. Re-buried in November 2012 in Tirana.
Geraldine Apponyi de Nagy-Appony 1915–2002 Sharra cemetery in Tirana

Austria[edit]

Empire from 1804 until 1918. All emperors, with the exception of Charles I, were buried in the Imperial Crypt (Kaisergruft), at the Capuchins' Church, in Vienna. Their hearts are buried in the Herzgruft (Crypt of the Hearts) at the St. Augustine Church at the Imperial Palace, in Vienna. Their viscera are buried in the Ducal Crypt at the Stephansdom, in Vienna.

Name Born-died Burial site
Emperor Francis I 1768–1835 Francis’ Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; Heart: Augustinerkirche
Elisabeth of Württemberg 1767–1790 Francis’ Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; Heart: Augustinerkirche
Maria Teresa of the Two Sicilies 1772–1807 Francis’ Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna
Maria Ludovika of Austria-Este 1787–1816 Francis’ Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; Heart: Augustinerkirche
Caroline Augusta of Bavaria 1792–1873 Francis’ Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna
Emperor Ferdinand I 1793–1875 Ferdinand's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; Heart: Augustinerkirche
Maria Anna of Sardinia 1803–1884 Ferdinand's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna
Emperor Francis Joseph I 1830–1916 Franz Joseph's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna
Elisabeth of Bavaria 1837–1898 Franz Joseph's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna
Crown Prince Rudolf 1858–1889 Franz Joseph's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna
Stephanie of Belgium 1864–1945 Pannonhalma Benedictine Archabbey, Hungary
Archduke Franz Ferdinand 1863–1914 Artstetten Castle, Lower Austria
Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg 1868–1914 Artstetten Castle, Lower Austria
Emperor Charles I 1887–1922 Church of Nossa Senhora do Monte in Funchal (Madeira, Portugal); heart: Muri convent, Switzerland
Zita of Bourbon-Parma 1892–1989 The Crypt Chapel in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; heart: Muri convent, Switzerland

Bavaria[edit]

Kingdom from 1806 until 1918. The Bavarian kings of the house of Wittelsbach were buried in four churches in Munich, whereas the hearts used to be buried in Altötting.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Maximilian I 1756–1825 Crypt in the Theatinerkirche in Munich; heart in the Chapel of the Miraculous Image (Gnadenkapelle) in Altötting
Auguste of Hesse-Darmstadt 1765–1796 Crypt in the Stadtkirche in Darmstadt
Karoline of Baden 1776–1841 Crypt in the Theatinerkirche in Munich; heart in the Chapel of the Miraculous Image (Gnadenkapelle) in Altötting
King Ludwig I 1786–1868 Side chapel in St. Boniface's Abbey in Munich; heart in the Chapel of the Miraculous Image (Gnadenkapelle) in Altötting
Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen 1792–1854 Side chapel in St. Boniface's Abbey in Munich
King Maximilian II 1811–1864 Side chapel in Theatinerkirche in Munich; heart in the Chapel of the Miraculous Image (Gnadenkapelle) in Altötting
Marie of Prussia 1825–1889 Side chapel in Theatinerkirche; heart in the Chapel of the Miraculous Image (Gnadenkapelle) in Altötting
King Ludwig II 1845–1886 Crypt in the St. Michael's Church in Munich; heart in the Chapel of the Miraculous Image (Gnadenkapelle) in Altötting
King Otto I 1848–1916 Crypt in St. Michael's Church in Munich; heart in the Chapel of the Miraculous Image (Gnadenkapelle) in Altötting
Prince Regent Luitpold 1821–1912 Crypt in the Theatinerkirche in Munich; heart in the Chapel of the Miraculous Image (Gnadenkapelle) in Altötting
Auguste of Austria 1825–1864 Crypt in the Theatinerkirche in Munich; heart in the Chapel of the Miraculous Image (Gnadenkapelle) in Altötting
King Ludwig III 1845–1921 Crypt in the Cathedral of our Blessed Lady in Munich; heart in the Chapel of the Miraculous Image (Gnadenkapelle) in Altötting
Maria Theresia of Austria-Este 1849–1919 Crypt in the Cathedral of our Blessed Lady in Munich; heart in the Chapel of the Miraculous Image (Gnadenkapelle) in Altötting

Belgium[edit]

Kingdom since 1830. All Belgian kings were buried in the royal burial place in Laeken.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Leopold I 1790–1865 Royal crypt in the Church of Our Lady in Laeken, Brussels
Charlotte Auguste of Wales 1796–1817 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Louise-Marie of France 1812–1850 Royal crypt in the Church of Our Lady in Laeken, Brussels
King Leopold II 1835–1909 Royal crypt in the Church of Our Lady in Laeken, Brussels
Blanche Zélia Joséphine Delacroix 1883–1948 Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris
Marie Henriette of Austria 1836–1902 Royal crypt in the Church of Our Lady in Laeken, Brussels
King Albert I 1875–1934 Royal crypt in the Church of Our Lady in Laeken, Brussels
Elisabeth of Bavaria 1876–1965 Royal crypt in the Church of Our Lady in Laeken, Brussels
King Leopold III 1901–1983 Royal crypt in the Church of Our Lady in Laeken, Brussels
Astrid of Sweden 1905–1935 Royal crypt in the Church of Our Lady in Laeken, Brussels
Lilian Baels 1916–2002 Royal crypt in the Church of Our Lady in Laeken, Brussels
Prince Regent Charles 1903–1983 Royal crypt in the Church of Our Lady in Laeken, Brussels
King Baudouin I 1930–1993 Royal crypt in the Church of Our Lady in Laeken, Brussels
Fabiola of Belgium 1928–2014 Royal crypt in the Church of Our Lady in Laeken, Brussels

Bohemia[edit]

Kingdom since 1198, as from 1526 in personal union with Austria.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Ottokar I 1155–1230 Saxon Chapel in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Adelheid of Meissen 1160–1211 Meissen Cathedral
Constance of Hungary 1181–1240 Cistercian convent Porta Coeli in Predklášterí nearby Tišnov, Southern Moravia
King Wenceslaus I 1205–1253 St Agnes convent in Prague
Kunigunde of Hohenstaufen 1200–1248 St Agnes convent in Prague
King Ottokar II 1233–1278 Saxon Chapel in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Margaret of Austria 1204–1266 Lilienfeld Abbey, Lower Austria
Kunigunda of Slavonia 1246–1285 St Agnes convent in Prague
King Wenceslaus II 1271–1305 Cistercian convent Zbraslav in Prague
Judith of Habsburg 1271–1297 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Elisabeth Richeza of Poland 1286–1335 Cistercian convent in Brno
King Wenceslaus III 1289–1306 Cistercian convent Zbraslav in Prague
Viola Elisabeth of Cieszyn 1290–1317 Rožmberk Abbey nearby Vyšší Brod, Southern Bohemia
King Rudolph I 1282–1307 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Blanche of France 1285–1306 Minoritenkirche in Vienna
Elisabeth Richeza of Poland 1286–1335 Cistercian convent in Brno
King Henry of Carinthia 1265–1335 Collegiate Church in Stams in Tirol, Austria
Anne of Bohemia (1290–1313) 1290–1313 Carinthia
Adelaide of Brunswick-Lüneburg 1300–1320 ?
Beatrice of Savoy 1310–1331 ?
King John I 1296–1346 first in the Altmünster abbey in Luxembourg; since 1946 in the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Luxembourg
Elisabeth of Bohemia 1292–1330 Cistercian convent Zbraslav in Prague
Beatrice of Bourbon 1320–1383 first in the basilica of St-Denis nearby Paris, then in the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Luxembourg
Emperor Charles IV 1316–1378 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Blanche of Valois 1317–1348 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Anna of Bavaria 1329–1353 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Anna von Schweidnitz 1339–1362 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Elizabeth of Pomerania 1347–1393 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
King Wenceslaus 1361–1419 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Joanna of Bavaria 1356–1386 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Sofia of Bavaria 1376–1425 St Martins' Cathedral in Bratislava (grave does no longer exist)
Emperor Sigismund 1368–1437 Oradea Cathedral, Romania
Mary of Hungary 1370–1395 Oradea Cathedral, Romania
Barbara of Celje 1391–1451 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
King Albert II 1307–1439 Székesfehérvár Basilica, Hungary
Elisabeth of Bohemia 1409–1442 Székesfehérvár Basilica, Hungary
King Ladislas the Posthumous 1440–1457 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
King George of Podebrady 1420–1471 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Kunigunde of Sternberg 1425–1449 Parish church at Podebrady, Central Bohemia
Johana of Rožmitál ?-1475 ?
King Vladislaus II 1456–1516 Székesfehérvár Basilica, Hungary
Barbara of Brandenburg 1464–1515 ?
Beatrice of Naples 1457–1508 ?
Anna of Foix-Candale 1469–1506 Székesfehérvár Basilica, Hungary
King Matthias Corvinus 1443–1490 Székesfehérvár Basilica, Hungary
Beatrix of Aragón 1457–1508 S. Pietro Abbey in Naples
King Louis II 1506–1526 Székesfehérvár Basilica, Hungary
Mary of Austria 1505–1558 9th chapel of the pantheon of the infants in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial

Bulgaria[edit]

Empire from the 7th century to 1018, 1185 to 15th century. Kingdom from 1908 until 1945.

Name Born-died Burial site
Emperor Samuil d. 1014 Church of St Achillios in Lake Prespa, Greece
Emperor Kaloyan 1168/1169-1207 SS. Forty Martyrs Church in Veliko Tarnovo
Emperor Michael Shishman d. 1330 Church of St George in Staro Nagoricane, Macedonia
Prince Alexander I 1856–1893 Battenberg Mausoleum in Sofia
Johanna Loisinger, Countess of Hartenau 1865–1951 St. Leonhard Cemetery in Graz, Austria
King Ferdinand I 1861–1948 St Augustin Church in Coburg, Germany
Marie Louise of Bourbon-Parma 1870–1899 Catholic Cathedral of St Louis of France in Plovdiv
Eleonore of Reuss-Köstritz 1860–1917 Boyana Church in Sofia
King Boris III 1894–1943 Heart in the Rila Monastery; it is uncertain what happened to the body
Giovanna of Italy 1907–2000 Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi in Assisi, Italy

Croatia[edit]

Kingdom from 1941 until 1943

Name Born-died Burial site
King Tomislav II 1900–1948 Basilica di Superga in Turin
Irene of Greece 1904–1974 Basilica di Superga in Turin

Denmark[edit]

One of the oldest kingdoms in Europe, established in the 11th century. The lists starts with the dynasty of Folkung in 1376. For the last 500 years, almost all monarchs have been interred in Roskilde Cathedral. Many earlier monarchs were interred in the Church of St. Bendt in Ringsted, and a few in Sorø monastery church.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Gorm the Old 908/18-958 Jelling
Thyra ?-935 Jelling
King Harald I Bluetooth 935–985/6 Roskilde Cathedral
King Sweyn Forkbeard 960–1014 in England, later Roskilde Cathedral
King Harald II ?–1018 ?
King Cnut the Great 985/95–1035 Winchester Cathedral
Emma of Normandy 985–1052 Winchester Cathedral
King Canute III 1020–1042 Winchester Cathedral
King Sweyn II 1019–1074/6 Roskilde Cathedral
Gyda of Sweden ?–1048/49 Gudhem Convent
King Harald III 1040–1080 Dalby Abbey
King Canute IV 1042–1086 St. Canute's Cathedral
King Olaf I 1050–1095 ?
King Eric I 1060–1103 Paphos, Cyprus
Boedil Thurgotsdatter ?–1103 St. Mary's Church, Joseph's Valley, Mount of Olives, Jerusalem
King Niels 1065–1134 ?
Margaret Fredkulla 1080s–1130 Roskilde Cathedral
King Eric II 1090–1137 Ribe Cathedral
King Eric III 1125–1157 St. Canute's Abbey, Odense
King Sweyn III 1120–1146 first at Gradehede, then Viborg Cathedral
King Canute V 1129–1157 ?Roskilde
Helena of Sweden 1130s – fl. 1158 Vreta Abbey
King Valdemar I 1131–1182 Ringsted Abbey
Sophia of Minsk 1140–1198 Ringsted Abbey
King Canute VI 1163–1202 Ringsted Abbey
Gertrude of Bavaria 1152/55-1197 Wå Gårds Harde?
King Valdemar II 1170–1241 Ringsted Abbey
Dagmar of Bohemia 1186–1212/3 Ringsted Abbey
Berengaria of Portugal 1190s–1221 Ringsted Abbey
junior-King Valdemar the Young 1209–1231 Ringsted Abbey
Eleanor of Portugal 1211–1231 Ringsted Abbey
King Eric IV 1216–1250 Ringsted Abbey
King Abel 1218–1252 first at Schleswig Cathedral, then in a soggy grave outside Gottorf Castle
Mechtild of Holstein 1220/25–1288 Varnhem Abbey in Sweden
King Christopher I 1219–1259 Ribe Cathedral
Ingeborg Magnusdotter of Sweden 1230?–1282 Doberan Abbey
King Eric V 1249–1286 Viborg Cathedral
Agnes of Brandenburg ?–1304 Ringsted Abbey
King Eric VI 1274–1319 Ringsted Abbey
Ingeborg Magnusdotter of Sweden 1277–1319 Ringsted Abbey
King Christopher II 1276–1332 Convent Church at Sorø
Euphemia of Pomerania 1285–1330 Convent Church at Sorø
King Valdemar IV 1320–1375 first at Vordingborg Castle, then Convent Church at Sorø
Helvig of Schleswig ?-1374 Esrum Abbey
King Olav II 1370–1387 Convent Church at Sorø
Queen Margrethe I 1353–1412 first in the Convent Church at Sorø, then in the Roskilde Cathedral
King Haakon VI of Norway 1341–1380 St Mary Church in Oslo
King Eric VII 1382–1459 Our Lady Church at Darlowo, Poland
Philippa of England 1394–1430 Convent Church at Vadstena nearby Lidköping, Sweden
King Christopher III 1416–1458 Roskilde Cathedral
Dorothea of Brandenburg 1430–1495 Roskilde Cathedral
King Christian I 1426–1481 Roskilde Cathedral
Dorothea of Brandenburg 1430–1495 Roskilde Cathedral
King Hans 1455–1513 first in Gråbrødre Church, then in Saint Canute's Cathedral
Christina of Saxony 1461–1521 first in Gråbrødre Church, then in Saint Canute's Cathedral in Odense
King Christian II 1481–1552 first in Gråbrødre Church, then in Saint Canute's Cathedral in Odense
Isabella of Austria 1501–1525 first at St Peter Church in Gent, then in Saint Canute's Cathedral in Odense
King Frederik I 1471–1533 St Peter's Cathedral in Schleswig
Anna of Brandenburg 1487–1514 Convent Church in Bornesholm
Sophie of Pomerania 1498–1568 St Peter's Cathedral in Schleswig
King Christian III 1503–1559 Roskilde Cathedral
Dorothea of Saxe-Lauenburg 1511–1571 Roskilde Cathedral
King Frederik II 1534–1588 Roskilde Cathedral
Sofie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin 1557–1631 Roskilde Cathedral
King Christian IV 1577–1648 Roskilde Cathedral
Anne Catherine of Brandenburg 1575–1612 Roskilde Cathedral
Kirsten Munk 1598–1658 Saint Canute's Cathedral in Odense
King Frederik III 1609–1670 Roskilde Cathedral
Sophie Amalie of Brunswick-Lüneburg 1628–1658 Roskilde Cathedral
King Christian V 1646–1699 Roskilde Cathedral
Charlotte Amelia of Hesse-Kassel 1650–1714 Roskilde Cathedral
King Frederik IV 1671–1730 Roskilde Cathedral
Louise of Mecklenburg-Güstrow 1667–1721 Roskilde Cathedral
Anne Sophie Reventlow 1693–1743 Roskilde Cathedral
King Christian VI 1699–1746 Roskilde Cathedral
Sophia Magdalene of Brandenburg-Kulmbach 1700–1770 Roskilde Cathedral
King Frederik V 1723–1766 Roskilde Cathedral
Louise of Great Britain 1724–1751 Roskilde Cathedral
King Christian VII 1749–1808 Roskilde Cathedral
Caroline Matilda of Great Britain 1751–1775 Stadtkirche St. Marien in Celle
King Frederik VI 1768–1839 Roskilde Cathedral
Marie Sophie Frederikke of Hesse-Kassel 1767–1852 Roskilde Cathedral
King Christian VIII 1786–1848 Roskilde Cathedral
Charlotte of Mecklenburg 1784–1840 Campo Santo Teutonico in Vatican City
Caroline Amalie of Augustenburg 1796–1881 Roskilde Cathedral
King Frederik VII 1808–1863 Roskilde Cathedral
Vilhelmine of Denmark 1808–1891 Mausoleum in Glücksburg cemetery
Caroline of Mecklenburg-Strelitz 1821–1876 Old Crypt at Johanniterkirche in Mirow
Louise Christine Rasmussen 1815–1874 in the park of Jægerspris Palace nearby Frederikssund
King Christian IX 1818–1906 Roskilde Cathedral
Louise of Hesse-Kassel 1817–1898 Roskilde Cathedral
King Frederik VIII 1843–1912 Roskilde Cathedral
Lovisa of Sweden 1851–1926 Roskilde Cathedral
King Christian X 1818–1906 Roskilde Cathedral
Alexandrine of Mecklenburg-Schwerin 1879–1952 Roskilde Cathedral
King Frederik IX 1899–1972 Roskilde Cathedral
Ingrid of Sweden 1910–2000 Roskilde Cathedral

England[edit]

See also Great Britain
Kingdom since the 9th century. The lists starts with the dynasty of the Normans in 1066. For a long period, Westminster Abbey was the most important burial place of the English monarchs, whereas early kings were also interred in other parts of England and in their French territories of Anjou and the Normandy.

Name Born-died Burial site
William the Conqueror 1028–1087 Church of Saint-Étienne in Caen
Matilda of Flanders 1031–1083 Church of Saint-Trinité in Caen
William II 1060–1100 Winchester Cathedral
Henry I 1068–1135 Reading Abbey
Matilda of Scotland 1069–1118 Westminster Abbey in London
Adeliza of Louvain 1104–1151 Abbey church in Affligem, Belgium
Stephen 1096–1154 Faversham Abbey
Matilda of Boulogne 1103–1152 Faversham Abbey
Empress Matilda 1102–1167 first in the Collgiate Church of Bec, then in Rouen Cathedral
Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor 1086–1125 Speyer Cathedral
Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou 1113–1151 Cathedral of Le Mans
Henry II 1133–1189 Fontevraud Abbey
Eleanor of Aquitaine 1122–1204 Fontevraud Abbey
Richard I 1157–1199 Fontevraud Abbey
Berengaria of Navarre 1163–1230 Cathedral of Le Mans
John 1167–1216 Worcester Cathedral
Isabel of Gloucester 1176–1217 Canterbury Cathedral
Isabella of Angoulême 1188–1246 Fontevrault Abbey
Henry III 1207–1272 Confessor's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Eleanor of Provence 1217–1291 Abbey of St. Mary and St. Melor in Amesbury
Edward I 1239–1307 Confessor's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Eleanor of Castile 1241–1290 Confessor's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Margaret of France 1282–1317 Greyfriar's Church in Greenwich
Edward II 1284–1327 Gloucester Cathedral
Margaret of Scotland 1283–1290 in the choir of the Christ's Kirk in Bergen, Norway
Isabella of France 1292–1358 Grey Friars Church in Newgate, London
Edward III 1312–1377 Confessor's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Philippa of Hainault 1311–1369 Confessor's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Richard II 1367–1400 Confessor's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Anne of Bohemia 1366–1394 Confessor's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Isabella of Valois 1389–1409 first at St-Saumer in Blois, then in the Convent des Céléstins in Paris
Henry IV 1366–1413 Canterbury Cathedral
Mary de Bohun 1369–1394 Trinity Hospital in Leicester
Joanna of Navarre 1370–1437 Canterbury Cathedral
Henry V 1387–1422 Confessor's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Catherine of Valois 1401–1437 Confessor's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Henry VI 1421–1471 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Margaret of Anjou 1429–1482 Cathedral of Angers
Edward IV 1442–1483 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Elizabeth Woodville 1437–1482 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Edward V 1470–1483 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Richard III 1452–1485 Leicester Cathedral
Anne Neville 1456–1485 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Henry VII 1457–1509 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Elizabeth of York 1466–1503 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Henry VIII 1491–1547 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Catherine of Aragon 1485–1536 Peterborough Cathedral
Anne Boleyn 1501–1536 St Peter ad Vincula in the Tower of London
Jane Seymour 1505–1537 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Anne of Cleves 1515–1557 Niche in the Sanctuary at Westminster Abbey in London
Catherine Howard 1520–1542 St Peter ad Vincula in the Tower of London
Catherine Parr 1512–1548 Sudeley Castle
Edward VI 1537–1553 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Queen Jane (Lady Jane Grey) 1537–1554 St Peter ad Vincula in the Tower of London
Lord Guilford Dudley 1536–1554 St Peter ad Vincula in the Tower of London
Mary I 1516–1558 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Philip II of Spain 1527–1598 Pantheon of the Kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Elizabeth I 1533–1603 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London

Etruria[edit]

Kingdom from 1801 until 1807 (covered the territory of the former grand-duchy of Tuscany)

Name Born-died Burial site
King Louis I 1773–1803 7th Chapel of the Pantheon of the Infants in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Maria Louisa of Spain 1782–1824 7th Chapel of the Pantheon of the Infants in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King Charles Louis 1799–1883 Tenuta Reale in Viareggio nearby Lucca
Maria Teresa of Savoy 1803–1879 Campo Verano cemetery in Rome

France[edit]

Kingdom since 814. Burial site of the French Royal Family is the Saint-Denis Basilica, where most of the kings were buried. The burial place of the Bonaparte family is the Chapelle Impériale in Ajaccio, but the two emperors were interred elsewhere.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Childeric I 440–481 Saint-Brice in Tournai
King Clovis I 466–511 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Theuderic I 485–533/4 Metz
King Childebert I 496–558 Saint-Germain-des-Prés nearby Paris, later moved to Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Chlothar I 497–561 Saint-Médard Basilica in Soissons
Aregund 515–573 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Charibert I 517–567 Saint-Germain-des-Prés nearby Paris
King Sigebert I 535-575 Saint-Médard Basilica in Soissons
Brunhilda of Austrasia 543–613 Saint-Martin in Autun
King Chilperic I 539-584 Saint-Germain-des-Prés nearby Paris
Fredegund 543–613 Saint-Germain-des-Prés nearby Paris, later moved to Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Guntram 532-592 Saint-Marcel Basilica near Chalon-sur-Saône
King Chlothar II 584-629 St Vincent in Paris
Haldetrude 575/594-604/629 Saint-Pierre in Rouen
Bertrude 582–619 Saint-Pierre in Rouen
Sichilde 590–627 Saint-Pierre in Rouen?
King Chlothar II 584-629 St Vincent in Paris
King Dagobert I 603–639 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Charibert II 608–632 Basilica of Saint-Romain at Blaye
King Sigebert III 630–656/660 cathedral at Nancy
King Clovis II 637–655/658 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Balthild 626–680 Abbey of Chelles outside Paris
King Chlothar III 652–673 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Childeric II 653–675 Saint-Germain-des-Prés, near Paris
Bilichild of Austrasia 654–675 Saint-Germain-des-Prés, near Paris
King Childebert III 670/683–711 church of St Stephen at Choisy-au-Bac, near Compiègne
King Chilperic II 672–721 Noyon
King Pepin 714–768 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Pepin 710/727–783 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Charlemagne 742-814 Aachen Cathedral in Aachen, Germany
Desiderata of the Lombards ?–776 ?
Hildegard of Vinzgouw 758-783 St. Arnulf Church in Metz
Fastrada of Franconia 765-794 St. Alban Abbey nearby Mainz
Luitgard of Sundgau ?-800 St. Martin in Tours
King Louis I 778-840 St. Arnulf Church in Metz
Ermengarde of Hesbaye 780–818 Angers
Judith of Bavaria 795–843 St. Martin in Tours
King Charles II 823-877 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Ermentrude of Orléans 830-869 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Richilde of Provence 845–910 ?
King Louis II 846-879 Abbey Church St. Corneille in Compiègne
Ansgarde of Burgundy 826–? ?
Adelaide of Paris 850–901 Saint-Corneille Abbey, Compiègne
King Louis III 863-882 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Carloman 866-884 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Charles III 839-888 Reichenau Abbey in Mittelzell on the Island of Reichenau
Richardis 850–901 Andlau convent in Alsace
King Odo 856-898 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Charles III 879-929 St-Fursy in Péronne
Frederonne 887-917 St. Remi-Basilica in Reims
Eadgifu of England 902-955 Saint-Médard in Soissons
King Robert I 866-923 ?
Adelis of Maine ? ?
Béatrice of Vermandois 880-931 ?
King Rudolph 860-936 Sainte-Colombe Abbey in Sens
Emma of France 894-934 ?
King Louis IV 920-954 Saint Rémi Basilica in Reims
Gerberga of Saxony 919-984 Saint Rémi Basilica in Reims
King Lothair I 941-986 Saint Rémi Basilica in Reims
Emma of Italy 948–? ?
King Louis V 966-987 Abbey Church St. Corneille in Compiègne
Adelaide of Anjou 850–901 Convent of Montmajour nearby Arles
King Hugh 938-996 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Adelaide of Aquitaine 945–1004 Convent of St-Frambault in Senlis
King Robert II 972-1031 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Rozala of Italy 945-1003 Ghent
Bertha of Burgundy 967–1016 ?
Constance of Arles 973-1032 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Hugh II 1007–1025 St. Corneille Abbey in Compiègne
King Henry I 1008–1060 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Matilda of Franconia ?-1034 Worms Cathedral
Matilda of Frisia ?-1044 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Anne of Kiev 1036–1076 Cistercian Church of La Ferté Abbey
King Philip I 1052–1108 Collegiate Church of Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire
Bertha of Holland 1055–1093 ?
Bertrade de Montfort 1070–1117 Royal Priory of Haute-Bruyère
King Louis VI 1081–1137 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Lucienne de Rochefort 1088–1093 ?
Adelaide of Maurienne 1092–11154 Montmartre convent
King Philip 1116–1131 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Louis VII 1021–1180 Nôtre Dame-de-Barbeau in Melun
Eleanor of Aquitaine 1122–1204 Fontevraud Abbey
Constance of Castile 1140–1160 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Adèle of Champagne 1140–1206 Pontigny Abbey
King Philip II Augustus 1165–1223 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Isabelle of Hainaut 1170–1190 Notre Dame de Paris
Ingeborg of Denmark 1175–1236 St. Jean-sur-l'Isle
Agnes of Merania 1180–1201 Château Poissy
King Louis VIII 1187–1226 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Blanche of Castile 1188–1252 first in the Cistercian Abbey Maubuisson nearby Pontoise, then in Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris; heart: Lys Abbey nearby Melun
King Louis IX 1214–1270 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Marguerite of Provence 1121–1295 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Philip III 1245–1285 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Isabella of Aragon 1247–1271 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Maria of Brabant 1256–1321 Convent Church des Cordeliers in Paris
King Philip IV 1268–1314 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Joan I of Navarre 1272–1305 Convent Church des Cordeliers in Paris
King Louis X 1289–1316 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Margaret of Burgundy 1290–1315 Église des Frères Gris in Vernon
Clémence d'Anjou 1293–1328 St-Jacques in Paris
King John I 1316-1316 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Philip V. 1291–1322 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Jeanne II. of Burgundy 1291–1330 Convent Church des Cordeliers in Paris
King Charles IV 1295–1328 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Blanche of Burgundy 1296–1325 Cistercian convent Maubuisson in Saint-Ouen-l'Aumône
Marie de Luxembourg 1305–1324 Dominican Church in Montargis
Jeanne d'Évreux 1310–1370 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Philip VI 1293–1350 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Joan of Burgundy 1294–1348 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Blanche d'Évreux 1231–1398 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King John II 1319–1364 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Bonne of Bohemia 1315–1349 Maubuisson Abbey
Joanna I of Auvergne 1326–1360 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Charles V 1337–1380 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Joanna of Bourbon 1339–1378 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Charles VI 1368–1422 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Isabeau of Bavaria 1369–1435 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Charles VII 1403–1461 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Marie of Anjou 1404–1463 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Louis XI 1423–1483 Basilica Notre-Dame in Cléry-Saint-André nearby Orléans
Margaret of Scotland 1424–1445 St. Laon-de-Thouars Abbey
Charlotte of Savoy 1445–1483 Basilica Notre-Dame in Cléry-Saint-André nearby Orléans
King Charles VIII 1470–1498 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris; heart: basilica Notre-Dame-de-Cléry
Anne of Brittany 1477–1514 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Louis XII 1462–1515 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Joan of France 1464–1505 Annuntiate Convent in Bourges
Anne of Brittany 1477–1514 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Mary of England 1496–1533 St. Mary's Church in Bury St Edmunds
King Francis I 1494–1547 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Claude of France 1499–1524 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Eleanor of Austria 1498–1558 9th Chapel of the infantes in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King Henry II 1519–1559 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Catherine de' Medici 1519–1589 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Francis II 1544–1560 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Mary, Queen of Scots 1542–1587 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
King Charles IX 1550–1574 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Elisabeth of Austria 1554–1592 first in the Clarissine convent, since 1782 in the Ducal Crypt at St Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna
King Henry III 1551–1589 first in St-Corneille, since 1610 in Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Louise de Lorraine-Vaudémont 1553–1601 first in the Convent des Capucines, St. Honoré in Paris; since 1817 in Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Henry IV 1553–1610 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Marguerite de Valois 1553–1615 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Marie de' Medici 1573–1642 first buried at Cologne Cathedral later brought to Saint Denis Basilica; heart Cologne Cathedral (lost)
King Louis XIII 1601–1643 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Anne of Austria 1601–1666 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Louis XIV 1638–1715 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Maria Theresa of Spain 1638–1683 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Françoise d'Aubigné, marquise de Maintenon 1635–1719 Parish Church of Saint-Cyr-l'École
King Louis XV 1710–1774 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Maria Leszczynska 1703–1768 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris; heart in Notre-Dame de Bon-Secours in Nancy
King Louis XVI 1754–1793 first in the cemetery de la Madeleine, since 1815 in Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Marie Antoinette of Austria 1655–1693 first in the cemetery de la Madeleine, since 1815 in Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Louis XVII 1785–1795 first in the cemetery Ste-Marguérite, then in Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Emperor Napoleon I 1769–1821 first in St Helena, since 1840 in The Church of the Invalides in Paris
Joséphine de Beauharnais 1763–1814 St Peter and St Paul Church in Rueil-Malmaison
Marie Louise of Austria 1791–1847 New Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna
Napoleon II 1811–1832 first in the Imperial Crypt in Vienna, since 1940 in The Church of the Invalides in Paris
King Louis XVIII 1755–1824 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Marie Josephine Louise of Savoy 1753–1810 first at Westminster Abbey, since 1811 in S. Luzifero Church in Cagliari
King Charles X 1757–1836 Kostanjevica Abbey in Nova Gorica, Slovenia
Marie Thérèse of Savoy 1756–1805 Imperial Mausoleum besides Graz Cathedral, Austria; the heart: in Santa Chiara in Naples
King Louis XIX 1775–1844 Kostanjevica Abbey in Nova Gorica, Slovenia
Marie-Thérèse of France 1778–1851 Kostanjevica Abbey in Nova Gorica, Slovenia
King Louis Philippe I 1773–1850 first at Weybridge, since 1876 in the Orléans Mausoleum in the Royal Chapel at Dreux
Maria Amalia of the Two Sicilies 1782–1866 first at Weybridge, since 1876 im the Orléans Mausoleum in the Royal Chapel at Dreux
Emperor Napoleon III 1808–1863 first in St. Mary's Church at Chislehurst, since 1888 in the St Michael's Abbey in Farnborough
Eugénie de Montijo 1826–1920 St Michael's Abbey in Farnborough

Georgia[edit]

Name Born-died Burial site
King Bagrat III c. 960–May Bedia Cathedral at Agubedia
Martha
King George I 998 or 1002–1027 Bagrati Cathedral at Kutaisi
Mariam of Vaspurakan died between 1072 and 11303
Alda of Alania

Great Britain[edit]

The kingdoms of England and Scotland were unified with the accession of James I of England and VI of Scotland in 1603. The Act of Union uniting the parliaments took place in 1707, with the United Kingdom formally coming into existence in 1801. Since the 18th century, sovereigns and their spouses have been buried at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, with the exception of Queen Victoria and Edward VIII, who are interred with other members of the Royal family at Frogmore. Victoria and Albert are interred in the Royal Mausoleum there.

Name Born-died Burial site
James VI and I 1566–1625 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Anne of Denmark 1574–1619 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Charles I 1600–1649 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Henrietta Maria of France 1609–1669 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Charles II 1630–1685 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Catherine of Portugal 1638–1705 Jerónimos Monastery in Lisbon
James II and VII 1633–1701 Church of Saint-Germain-en-Laye
Mary of Modena 1658–1718 Ste-Marie Abbey in Chaillot
Mary II 1662–1694 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
William III and II 1650–1702 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Anne 1665–1714 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Prince George of Denmark 1653–1708 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
George I 1660–1727 Mausoleum in the garden of Herrenhausen Palace in Hanover
Sophia Dorothea of Celle 1666–1726 St Mary Church in Celle
George II 1683–1760 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Caroline of Ansbach 1683–1737 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
George III 1738–1820 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz 1744–1818 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
George IV 1762–1830 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Maria Anne Smythe 1756–1837 St John the Baptist Church in Brighton
Caroline of Brunswick 1768–1821 Brunswick Cathedral
William IV 1765–1837 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen 1792–1849 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Queen Victoria 1819–1901 Royal Mausoleum at Frogmore
Prince Albert 1819–1861 Royal Mausoleum at Frogmore
Edward VII 1841–1910 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Alexandra of Denmark 1844–1925 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
George V 1865–1936 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Mary of Teck 1867–1953 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Edward VIII 1894–1972 Royal Burial Ground at Frogmore
Wallis Simpson 1896–1986 Royal Burial Ground at Frogmore
George VI 1895–1952 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother 1900–2002 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle

Greece[edit]

Kingdom from 1832 until 1973. The kings from the house of Glücksburg are all buried at Tatoi nearby Athens, the first king from the house of Wittelsbach is interred in Munich, Bavaria.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Otto I 1815–1867 Crypt in the Theatinerkirche in Munich
Amalia of Oldenburg 1818–1875 Crypt in the Theatinerkirche in Munich
King George I 1815–1867 Royal Cemetery in the park of Tatoi Palace
Olga Konstantinovna of Russia 1851–1926 Royal Cemetery in the park of Tatoi Palace
King Constantine I 1868–1923 Royal Cemetery in the park of Tatoi Palace
Sophia of Prussia 1870–1932 Royal Cemetery in the park of Tatoi Palace
King Alexander 1893–1920 Royal Cemetery in the park of Tatoi Palace
Aspasia Manos 1896–1972 first in the cemetery S. Michele in Venice, then in the Royal Cemetery in the park of Tatoi Palace
King George II 1890–1947 Royal Cemetery in the park of Tatoi Palace
Elisabeth of Romania 1894–1956 Hedinger Church in Sigmaringen
King Paul 1901–1964 Royal Cemetery in the park of Tatoi Palace
Frederika of Hanover 1917–1981 Royal Cemetery in the park of Tatoi Palace

Hanover[edit]

Kingdom from 1814 until 1866 (from 1814 until 1837 in personal union with Great Britain).

Name Born-died Burial site
King George III 1738–1820 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz 1744–1818 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
King George IV 1762–1830 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Maria Anne Smythe 1756–1837 St John the Baptist Church in Brighton
Caroline of Brunswick 1768–1821 Brunswick Cathedral
King William IV 1765–1837 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen 1792–1849 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
King Ernest Augustus I 1771–1851 Mausoleum in the garden of Herrenhausen Palace in Hanover
Frederica of Mecklenburg-Strelitz 1778–1841 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
King George V 1819–1878 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle
Marie of Saxe-Altenburg 1818–1907 Crypt at Cumberland palace in Gmunden, Upper Austria

Holy Roman Empire[edit]

Federation under the Roman-German emperor resp. the German king from 800 until 1806. Under the Habsburg reign, the Kapuzinergruft in Vienna ("Imperial Crypt") became the family burial site of the Roman-German emperors; in earlier times the emperors used to be buried in different cities of the Empire (Aix-la-Chapelle, Speyer, Prague, Graz etc.).

Name Born-died Burial site
Charlemagne (Charles I) 747-814 Aachen Cathedral
Desiderata ?-? ?
Hildegard of Vinzgouw 758–783 St. Arnulf Church in Metz
Fastrada ?–794 St. Alban Abbey nearby Mainz
Luitgardł ?–800 St. Martin in Tours
King Louis I 778-840 St. Arnulf Church in Metz
Ermengarde of Hesbaye 780–818 ?, Angers
Judith of Bavaria 795–843 St. Martin in Tours
Emperor Lothair I 795-855 Prüm Abbey
Ermengarde of Tours ?-851 Erstein convent in Alsace
Emperor Louis II 806-876 Basilica Sant'Ambrogio in Milan
Engelberga ?-876 St. Emmeram's Abbey in Regensburg
King Louis the German 806–876 Lorsch Abbey
Hemma ?–876 Sankt Emmeram Abbey in Regensburg
King Charles II 823-877 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Ermentrude of Orléans 830-869 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Richilde of Provence 845–910 ?
King Carloman 830-880 Altötting
King Louis III 835-882 Lorsch Abbey
Liutgard ?-885 Aschaffenburg
King Charles III 839-888 Reichenau Abbey in Mittelzell on the island of Reichenau
Emperor Arnulf of Carinthia 850-899 St. Emmeram's Abbey,Regensburg
Oda ?-903 Monastery of St. Emmeram in Regensburg
King Louis IV the Child 893-911 Monastery Saint Emmeram in Regensburg
King Conrad I 880-918 Fulda Cathedral
Kunigunde Lorsch Abbey
King Henry I 876-936 Collegiate Church St Salvatius in Quedlinburg
Mathilde Collegiate Church St Salvatius in Quedlinburg
Emperor Otto I 912-973 Cathedral of Magdeburg
Edgitha 910-946 Cathedral of Magdeburg
Adelaide of Italy 931-999 Selz Abbey in Alsace
Emperor Otto II 955-983 St. Peter's Basilica in Rome
Theophanu 950-991 St Pantaleon Church in Cologne
Emperor Otto III 980-1002 Aachen Cathedral
Emperor Henry II 973-1024 Bamberg Cathedral
Kunigunde 975-1033 Bamberg Cathedral
Emperor Conrad II 990-1039 Speyer Cathedral
Gisela of Swabia 989-1043 Speyer Cathedral
Emperor Henry III 1017–1056 Speyer Cathedral; the heart in St. Ulrich Chapel Goslar
Gunhilda of Denmark 1018–1038 Limburg Abbey
Agnes of Poitou 1025–1077 St Petronella Chapel in St. Peter's Basilica in Rome
Emperor Henry IV 1050–1106 Speyer Cathedral
Bertha of Savoy 1051–1087 Speyer Cathedral
Eupraxia of Kiev ?-1109 Kiev
King Conrad 1074–1101 Santa Reparata Cathedral, later replaced by the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence
King Rudolf of Rheinfeld (anti-king) 1025–1080 Merseburg Cathedral
King Hermann of Luxembourg (anti-king) c. 1035-1088 ?
Sophia of Formbach ?-? ?
Emperor Henry V 1086–1125 Speyer Cathedral
Queen Matilda 1102–1167 first in the Collgiate Church of Bec, then in Rouen Cathedral
Emperor Lothair III 1075–1137 Königslutter Cathedral
Richenza of Northeim 1095–1141 Königslutter Cathedral
Emperor Conrad III 1093–1152 Bamberg Cathedral
Gertrud von Komburg 1095–1130 Lorch Abbey
Gertrude von Sulzbach 1113–1146 Ebrach Abbey
Emperor Henry VI 1037–1150 Lorch Abbey
Emperor Frederick I 1122–1190 his flesh is buried at St Peter's in Antiochia, the heart in Tarsus, the bones in Tyrus Cathedral
Adela von Vohburg 1128–1187 Weißenau convent nearby Ravensburg
Beatrice of Burgundy 1144–1184 Speyer Cathedral
Emperor Henry VI 1165–1197 Palermo Cathedral
Constance of Sicily 1154–1198 Palermo Cathedral
King Philip of Swabia 1176–1208 Speyer Cathedral
Irene Angelina 1181–1208 Lorch Abbey
Emperor Otto IV 1175–1218 Brunswick Cathedral
Beatrice of Hohenstaufen 1198–1212 ?
Marie of Brabant 1191–1260 St Peter in Leuven
Emperor Frederick II 1194–1250 Palermo Cathedral
Constance of Sicily 1182–1222 Palermo Cathedral
Yolande of Jerusalem 1211–1228 Andria Cathedral
Bianca Lancia 1210–1233 Gioia del Colle
Isabella of England 1217–1241 Andria Cathedral
Emperor Henry VII 1211–1241 Cosenza Cathedral
Margarete of Babenberg 1204–1266 Lilienfeld Abbey, Lower Austria
King Henry Raspe (anti-king) 1204–1247 St Catherine Convent in Eisenach; heart: Dominican Church
Elisabeth of Brandenburg, Landgravine of Thuringia 1206–1231 ?
King Conrad IV 1228–1254 Heart and entrails in Melfi; the body was burnt in Messina
Elisabeth of Bavaria 1230–1273 Collegiate Church in Stams in Tirol
King William of Holland 1227–1256 Middelburg
Elizabeth of Brunswick 1236–1266 ?
King Richard of Cornwall 1209–1272 Hayles Abbey
Isabel Marshal 1200–1240 Beaulieu Abbey, Hampshire; heart: Tewkesbury Abbey
Sanchia of Provence 1225–1261 Hayles Abbey, Gloucester
Beatrix of Falkenburg ?–1277 Friars Minor in Oxford
King Alfons of Castile (anti-king) 1221–1284 Murcia Cathedral
Violant of Aragon 1236–1301 ?
King Rudolph I 1218–1291 Speyer Cathedral
Gertrud of Hohenberg 1225–1281 first in the Basel minster, in 1770 in St. Blasien in the Black Forest, since 1809 in the Collegiate Church of the St. Paul's Abbey in the Lavanttal
Agnes of Burgundy 1270–1323 Dome de Vieux Château et d'Aigne le Duc in Paris
King Adolf of Nassau 1250–1298 Speyer Cathedral
King Albrecht I 1255–1308 Speyer Cathedral
Elisabeth of Tirol 1262–1313 Collegiate Church of the St. Paul's Abbey in the Lavanttal
Emperor Henry VII 1274–1313 Pisa Cathedral
Margaret of Brabant 1276–1311 Minorite Church in Genoa
King Frederick III 1289–1330 Ducal Crypt at St Stephen's Cathedrale in Vienna
Elisabeth of Aragon 1296–1330 Minoritenkirche in Vienna
Emperor Louis IV 1281–1347 Crypt in the Frauenkirche in Munich
Beatrix von Silesia-Glogau 1290–1322 Crypt in the Frauenkirche in Munich
Margarethe of Holland 1293–1356 Minorite Church in Valenciennes
Emperor Charles IV 1316–1378 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Blanche of Valois 1317–1348 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Anna of Bavaria 1329–1353  ?
Anna von Schweidnitz 1339–1362 St. Vitus Cathedral,Prague
Elizabeth of Pomerania 1347–1393 St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague
King Günther von Schwarzburg (anti-king) 1304–1349 Frankfurt Cathedral
King Wenceslaus 1361–1419 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Joan of Bavaria 1356–1386 Cistercian convent in Zbraslav
Sophie of Bavaria 1376–1425 St Martins' Cathedral in Bratislava
King Frederick of Brunswick (anti-king) 1357–1400 Brunswick Cathedral
Anna of Saxony ?-? ?
King Rupert of Palatinate 1352–1410 Heiliggeistkirche in Heidelberg
Elisabeth of Nuremberg 1358–1411 Heiliggeistkirche in Heidelberg
King Jobst of Moravia 1351–1411 Church of St. Thomas (Brno) in Brno
Elizabeth of Opole 1360–1411 ?
Emperor Sigismund 1368–1437 Oradea Cathedral
Mary of Hungary 1370–1395 Cathedral in Oradea
Barbara of Celje 1391–1451 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
King Albert II 1307–1439 Székesfehérvár Basilica
Elisabeth of Bohemia 1409–1442 Székesfehérvár Basilica
Emperor Frederick III 1415–1493 High grave at St Stephen's Cathedrale in Vienna; heart: Stadtpfarrkirche in Linz
Eleanor of Portugal 1436–1467 Stadtpfarrkirche in Wiener Neustadt
Emperor Maximilian I 1459–1519 St George's Chapel in Wiener Neustadt castle; the heart in the Church of Our Lady in Bruges
Mary of Burgundy 1457–1482 Church of Our Lady in Bruges
Bianca Maria Sforza 1472–1510 Collegiate Church in Stams in Tirol
Emperor Charles V 1500–1558 first in San Jerónimo de Yuste, since 1574 in the Pantheon of the Kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Isabella of Portugal 1503–1539 Pantheon of the Kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Emperor Ferdinand I 1503–1564 High grave in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Anna of Bohemia and Hungary 1503–1547 High grave in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Emperor Maximilian II 1527–1576 High grave in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Maria of Spain 1528–1603 in the choir of the S. Clara convent de las Descalzas Reales in Madrid
Emperor Rudolf II 1552–1612 Royal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
Emperor Matthias 1557–1619 Founder's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; heart: Augustinerkirche
Anna of Tyrol 1585–1618 Founder's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; heart: Augustinerkirche
Emperor Ferdinand II 1578–1637 Imperial Mausoleum besides Graz Cathedral; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Maria Anna of Bavaria 1574–1616 Imperial Mausoleum besides Graz Cathedral; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Eleonore Gonzaga 1598–1655 first in the Carmelite Convent, since 1782 in the Ducal Crypt at St Stephen's Cathedrale in Vienna
Emperor Ferdinand III 1608–1657 first in Graz cathedral, then in Leopold's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Maria Anna of Spain 1608–1646 Leopold's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna
Maria Leopoldine of Austria 1632–1649 first in Graz cathedral, then in the Leopold's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Eleanor of Mantua 1630–1686 Leopold's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Emperor Leopold I 1640–1705 Charles’ Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Margaret Theresa of Spain 1651–1673 Leopold's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Claudia Felicitas of Austria 1653–1676 Dominican Church in Vienna; the heart: Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche
Eleonore-Magdalena of Neuburg 1655–1720 Leopold's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna
Emperor Joseph I 1678–1711 Charles’ Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Wilhelmina Amalia of Brunswick 1673–1742 Salesianerinnenkloster in Vienna; the heart: Charles’ Vault in the Imperial Crypt
Emperor Charles VI 1685–1740 Charles’ Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel 1691–1750 Charles’ Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Emperor Francis I Stephen 1708–1765 Maria Theresia's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Maria Theresa of Austria 1717–1780 Maria Theresia's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Emperor Charles VII 1697–1745 Crypt in the Theatinerkirche in Munich; heart in the Chapel of the Miraculous Image (Gnadenkapelle) in Altötting
Maria Amalia of Austria 1701–1756 Crypt in the Theatinerkirche in Munich; heart in the Chapel of the Miraculous Image (Gnadenkapelle) in Altötting
Emperor Joseph II 1741–1790 Maria Theresia's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna
Isabella Maria of Parma 1741–1763 Maria Theresia's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna
Maria Josepha of Bavaria 1739–1767 Maria Theresia's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna
Emperor Leopold II 1747–1792 Tuscany Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Maria Louisa of Spain 1745–1792 Tuscany Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Emperor Francis II 1768–1835 Francis’ Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Elisabeth of Württemberg 1767–1790 Francis’ Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Maria Teresa of the Two Sicilies 1772–1807 Francis’ Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna
Maria Ludovika of Austria-Este 1787–1816 Francis’ Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Caroline Augusta of Bavaria 1792–1873 Francis’ Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna

Hungary[edit]

Kingdom from 1000 until 1540, afterwards in personal union with Austria. Most of the kings were buried in Székesfehérvár basilica or in Oradea Cathedral (Hungarian: Nagyvárad) in today's Romania. Both burial sites were destroyed by the Turks.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Andrew I 1015–1060 Benedictine Abbey of Tihany
King Béla I 1015–1063 Szekszárd Abbey
King Géza I 1048–1077 Vác Cathedral
King Ladislaus I 1048–1095 Oradea Cathedral, Romania
King Coloman I 1070–1116 Székesfehérvár Basilica
King Stephen II 1101–1131 Oradea Cathedral, Romania
King Béla II 1110–1141 Székesfehérvár Basilica
King Géza II 1130–1162 Székesfehérvár Basilica
King Béla III 1148–1196 Székesfehérvár Basilica
King Emeric 1174–1204 Eger Cathedral
King Ladislaus III 1199–1205 Székesfehérvár Basilica
King Andrew II 1177–1235 Cistercian Monastery in Igris
King Béla IV 1206–1270 Minorite Church in Esztergom
King Stephen V. 1240–1272 Dominican Monastery at Csepel
King Ladislaus IV 1262–1290 Csanad Cathedral
King Andrew III 1265–1301 Székesfehérvár Basilica
Agnes of Austria 1281–1364 first in Königsfelden, then in St. Blasien, then in the Collegiate Church of the St. Paul's Abbey in the Lavanttal, Austria
King Béla V 1261–1312 Cistercian Monastery at Seligenthal, Bavaria
Catherine of Austria 1256–1282 Cistercian Monastery at Seligenthal, Bavaria
King Charles I Robert 1288–1342 Székesfehérvár Basilica
King Louis I 1326–1382 Székesfehérvár Basilica
Queen Mary 1370–1395 Oradea Cathedral, Romania
King Charles II 1345–1386 St Andrew in Visegrad[contradictory]
Emperor Sigismund 1368–1437 Oradea Cathedral, Romania
King Albert II 1307–1439 Székesfehérvár Basilica
Elisabeth of Bohemia 1409–1442 Székesfehérvár Basilica
King Ladislas the Posthumous 1440–1457 Ducal Crypt in St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague
King Matthias Corvinus 1443–1490 Székesfehérvár Basilica
Beatrix of Aragón 1457–1508 S. Pietro Abbey in Naples
King Vladislaus II 1456–1516 Székesfehérvár Basilica
King Louis II 1506–1526 Székesfehérvár Basilica
Mary of Austria 1505–1558 9th chapel of the infants in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King John I Szapolyai 1526–1540 Székesfehérvár Basilica

Italy[edit]

Kingdom from 1713 until 1946 (until 1720 Kingdom of Sardinia and until 1861 Piemont-Sardinia). Family burial sites are the Basilica di Superga in Turin and since the unification of Italy the Pantheon in Rome.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Victor Amadeus II 1666–1732 Basilica of Superga in Turin
Anne Marie d'Orléans 1669–1728 Basilica of Superga in Turin
Anna Canalis di Cumiana 1680–1769
King Charles Emmanuel I 1701–1773 Basilica of Superga in Turin
Anne Christine of Sulzbach 1704–1723 first in the Cathedral S. Giovanni Battista, since 1786 in the Basilica of Superga in Turin
Polyxena of Hesse-Rotenburg 1706–1735 first in the Cathedral S. Giovanni Battista, since 1786 in the Basilica of Superga in Turin
Elisabeth Therese of Lorraine 1711–1741 first in the Cathedral S. Giovanni Battista, since 1786 in the Basilica of Superga in Turin
King Victor Amadeus III 1726–1796 Basilica of Superga in Turin
Maria Antonietta of Spain 1729–1785 Basilica of Superga in Turin
King Charles Emmanuel IV 1751–1819 Jesuite Church Il Gesù in Rome
Clothilde of France 1759–1802 Sta. Catarina e Chiaia in Naples
King Victor Emmanuel I 1751–1819 Basilica of Superga in Turin
Maria Teresa of Austria-Este 1773–1832 Basilica of Superga in Turin
King Charles Felix 1765–1831 Cistercian Abbey of Hautecombe, Savoy, France
Maria Cristina of Naples and Sicily 1779–1849 Cistercian Abbey of Hautecombe, Savoy, France
King Charles Albert 1798–1849 Basilica of Superga in Turin
Maria Theresa of Austria-Tuscany 1801–1855 Basilica of Superga in Turin
King Victor Emmanuel II 1820–1878 Pantheon in Rome
Maria Adelaide of Austria 1822–1855 Basilica of Superga in Turin
Rosa Vercellana 1833–1885 first in S. Matteo in Pisa, since 1885 in the Mausoelum of "Bela Rosin" nearby Mirafiori castle in Turin
King Umberto I 1844–1900 Pantheon in Rome
Margherita of Savoy 1851–1926 Pantheon in Rome
King Victor Emmanuel III 1869–1947 first in the church St. Catherine in Alexandria
Elena of Montenegro 1873–1952 Saint-Lazare cemetery in Montpellier
King Umberto II 1904–1983 Cistercian Abbey of Hautecombe, Savoy, France
Marie-José of Belgium 1906–2001 Cistercian Abbey of Hautecombe, Savoy, France

Liechtenstein[edit]

Principality since 1608. Until the dissolution of the Austrian-Hungarian monarchy, the princes were buried in Vranov nearby Brno close to their residences in Lednice and Valtice. Afterwards, a new burial site was erected in the territory of the principality.

Name Born-died Burial site
Prince Charles I 1569–1627 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Anna Maria Schembera von Czernahora von Boskowitz 1577–1625 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Prince Charles Eusebius 1611–1684 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Johanna Beatrix von Dietrichstein-Nikolsburg ?-1676 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Prince John Adam I 1657–1712 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Edmunda Maria Theresia von Dietrichstein 1652–1735 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Prince Joseph Wencelas I 1696–1772 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Anna Maria von Liechtenstein 1699–1753 crypt under the Pauline Church in Vienna (the crypt does no longer exist)
Prince Anton Florian 1656–1721 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Eleonore Barbara von Thun-Hohenstein 1661–1723 crypt under the Pauline Church in Vienna (the crypt does no longer exist)
Prince Joseph John Adam 1690–1732 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Gabriele von Liechtenstein 1692–1713 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Maria Anna von Thun-Hohenstein 1698–1716 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Maria Anna von Oettingen-Spielberg 1693–1729 Parish Church at Glogów in Silesia
Maria Anna Kottulinsky 1707–1788 Mariabrunn parish church in Vienna-Hütteldorf
Prince John Nepomuk Charles 1724–1748 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Maria Josefa von Harrach 1727–1788 Capuchin Church at Roudnice nad Labem
Prince Francis Joseph I 1726–1781 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Maria Leopoldine von Sternberg 1733–1809 St Andrew Church in Vienna-Hütteldorf
Prince Aloys I 1759–1805 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Karoline von Manderscheid-Blankenheim 1768–1831 Hietzing cemetery in Vienna, group 2, no 15
Prince John I Joseph 1760–1836 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Josefa von Fürstenberg-Weitra 1776–1848 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Prince Aloys II 1796–1858 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Franziska Kinsky of Wchinitz and Tettau 1813–1881 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Prince John II 1840–1929 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Prince Francis I 1853–1938 Liechtenstein Crypt in Vranov nearby Brno, Czech Republic
Elsa von Gutmann 1875–1947 Princely Crypt beside Vaduz Cathedral
Prince Francis Joseph II 1906–1989 Princely Crypt beside Vaduz Cathedral
Georgina von Wilczek 1921–1989 Princely Crypt beside Vaduz Cathedral

Lithuania[edit]

Kingdom from 1251, later Grand Princehood. The Lithuanian dynasty from the family of Gediminas (the Gediminid dynasty) ruled the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and later the Kingdom of Poland.

Name Born-died Burial site
Grand Duke Algirdas 1296–1377 Maišiagala, Lithuania
Grand Duke Vytautas the Great 1350–1430 Vilnius Cathedral, Lithuania
Grand Duke Jogaila 1348–1434 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
King Casimir IV 1427–1492 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Grand Duke Alexander I 1461–1506 Vilnius Cathedral, Lithuania
Helena of Moscow 1476–1513 Cathedral of the Theotokos in Vilnius, Lithuania
Grand Duke Sigismund I 1467–1548 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Grand Duke Sigismund II Augustus 1520–1572 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Elisabeth of Austria 1526–1545 Vilnius Cathedral, Lithuania
Barbara Radziwill 1520–1551 Vilnius Cathedral, Lithuania

Luxembourg[edit]

Independent grand-duchy since 1890. All grand-dukes have been interred in Luxembourg Cathedral.

Name Born-died Burial site
Grand Duke Adolphe I 1817–1905 Cathedral Notre-Dame in Luxembourg
Elisabeth of Russia 1826–1845 Orthodox Church St. Elizabeth in Wiesbaden
Adelheid Marie of Anhalt-Dessau 1833–1916 Cathedral Notre-Dame in Luxembourg
Grand Duke William IV 1852–1912 Cathedral Notre-Dame in Luxembourg
Marie Anne of Portugal 1861–1942 Cathedral Notre-Dame in Luxembourg
Grand Duchess Marie-Adelaide 1894–1924 Cathedral Notre-Dame in Luxembourg
Grand Duchess Charlotte 1896–1985 Cathedral Notre-Dame in Luxembourg
Felix of Bourbon-Parma 1893–1970 Cathedral Notre-Dame in Luxembourg
Joséphine-Charlotte of Belgium 1927–2005 Cathedral Notre-Dame in Luxembourg

Monaco[edit]

Principality since 1633. All princes were buried in Monaco cathedral. Some graves no longer exist, as the former cathedral had been destroyed.

Name Born-died Burial site
Prince Honoré II 1596–1662 Cathedral of Monaco
Ippolita Trivulzio 1600–1638 Cathedral of Monaco
Prince Louis I 1642–1701 Cathedral of Monaco
Catherine-Charlotte de Gramont 1639–1678 Capuchin Church in Paris
Prince Antoine I 1661–1731 Cathedral of Monaco
Marie of Lorraine 1674–1724 Cathedral of Monaco
Princess Louise-Hippolyte 1697–1731 Cathedral of Monaco
Prince Jacques I 1689–1751 Church of Torigni-sur-Vire
Prince Honoré III 1720–1795 remaining of body is unknown
Catherine de Brignole-Sale 1737–1813 Chapel of St Louis in Wimbledon
Prince Honoré IV 1758–1819 Cathedral of Monaco
Louise d'Aumont Mazarin 1759–1864 Cathedral of Monaco
Prince Honoré V 1778–1841 Cathedral of Monaco
Prince Florestan 1785–1865 Cathedral of Monaco
Caroline Gilbert de Lametz 1793–1879 Cathedral of Monaco
Prince Charles III 1818–1889 Cathedral of Monaco
Antoinette de Mérode 1828–1864 Cathedral of Monaco
Prince Albert I 1848–1922 Cathedral of Monaco
Mary Victoria Hamilton 1850–1922 Budapest
Marie-Alice Heine, duchess of Richelieu 1858–1925 Cimetière du Père-Lachaise in Paris.
Prince Louis II 1870–1949 Cathedral of Monaco
Ghislaine Dommanget 1900–1991 Passy Cemetery in Paris
Prince Rainier III 1923–2005 Cathedral of Monaco
Grace Patricia Kelly 1929–1982 Cathedral of Monaco

Montenegro[edit]

Kingdom from 1910 until 1918.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Nicholas I 1841–1921 Birth of the Virgin Church in Cetinje
Milena Vukotic 1847–1923 Birth of the Virgin Church in Cetinje

Naples-Sicily[edit]

In the Middle Ages two separate kingdoms, then under foreign rule. From 1735 until 1860 independent kingdom under the Bourbon dynasty. Most of the kings are buried at Santa Chiara in Naples.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Charles III 1716–1788 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Maria Amalia of Saxony 1724–1760 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King Ferdinand I 1751–1825 Burial site of the Bourbon dynasty at Santa Chiara in Naples
Marie Caroline of Austria 1752–1814 Tuscany Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna; the heart: Augustinerkirche
Lucia Migliaccio 1770–1826 S. Ferdinando in Naples
King Francis I 1777–1838 Burial site of the Bourbon dynasty at Santa Chiara in Naples
Maria Clementina of Austria 1777–1801 Burial site of the Bourbon dynasty at Santa Chiara in Naples
Maria Isabella of Spain 1789–1848 Burial site of the Bourbon dynasty at Santa Chiara in Naples
King Ferdinand II 1810–1859 Burial site of the Bourbon dynasty at Santa Chiara in Naples
Maria Christina of Savoy 1812–1836 Burial site of the Bourbon dynasty at Santa Chiara in Naples
Maria Theresa of Austria 1816–1867 first at Santa Maria della Stella, Albano Laziale nearby Rom, since 1962 in the burial site of the Bourbon dynasty at Santa Chiara in Naples
King Francis II 1836–1894 first in Arco, then in Trento, then at St. Spirito dei Napoletani in Rome and since 1984 in the burial site of the Bourbon dynasty at Santa Chiara in Naples
Maria Sophie of Bavaria 1841–1925 first in Arco, then in Trento, then at St. Spirito dei Napoletani in Rome and since 1984 in the burial site of the Bourbon dynasty at Santa Chiara in Naples

Netherlands[edit]

Kingdom since 1815 (from 1806 until 1810 kingdom under Napoleon's brother). All kings from the Nassau dynasty are buried in the New Church in Delft.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Louis Bonaparte 1778–1846 St-Gilles church in Saint-Leu-la-Forêt
Hortense de Beauharnais 1783–1837 St-Gilles church in Saint-Leu-la-Forêt
King Louis II. 1804–1831 St-Gilles church in Saint-Leu-la-Forêt
Charlotte Napoléone Bonaparte 1802–1839 St-Gilles church in Saint-Leu-la-Forêt
King William I 1772–1848 New Church in Delft
Wilhelmine of Prussia 1774–1837 New Church in Delft
Henrietta d'Oultremont de Wégimont 1792–1864 family tomb in the chapel in the park of Wégimont castle in Soumagne near Liège, Belgium
King William II 1792–1849 New Church in Delft
Anna Pavlovna 1795–1865 New Church in Delft
King William III 1817–1890 New Church in Delft
Sophie of Württemberg 1818–1877 New Church in Delft
Emma of Waldeck and Pyrmont 1858–1934 New Church in Delft
Queen Wilhelmina 1880–1962 New Church in Delft
Hendrik of Mecklenburg-Schwerin 1876–1934 New Church in Delft
Queen Juliana 1909–2004 New Church in Delft
Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld 1911–2004 New Church in Delft
Claus von Amsberg 1926–2002 New Church in Delft

Norway[edit]

Established as a unified kingdom c. 872. In the Middle Ages the king would be buried in the city of his residence which varied between Bergen, Trondheim and Oslo. From 1380 until 1905 the kingdom was in personal union with Denmark or Sweden with the king mostly residing and being buried outside Norway. The Norwegian kings of the modern era and their spouses are as an established custom buried at Akershus Fortress in Oslo.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Harald I c.850–933 Haraldshaugen in Haugesund
King Erik I c.895–954 Stainmoore in England
King Håkon I c.920–961 Seim in Hordaland
King Olav II 995 – 1030 Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim
King Knut c 985/995 – 1035 Old Minster, Winchester. Bones now in Winchester Cathedral
King Magnus I 1024–1047 Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim
King Harald III 1015–1066 Mary Church, Trondheim later reinterred in Elgeseter Priory (now demolished)
King Magnus II c. 1048–1069 Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim
King Olav III 1050–1093 Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim
King Øystein I c. 1088–1123 Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim
King Olav Magnusson 1099–1115 Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim
King Sigurd I 1090–1130 First in St. Hallvard's cathedral, later reinterred in Akershus Fortress, Oslo
King Sigurd II 1133–1155 Christ Church, Bergen
King Øystein II c. 1125–1157 Church of Foss in Tunge, Båhuslen
King Inge I 1135–1161 St Hallvard's church, Oslo (demolished)
King Sverre c. 1145/1151–1202 Christ Church, Bergen
King Håkon III 1182–1204 Christ Church, Bergen
King Guttorm 1199–1204 Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim
King Inge II 1185–1217 Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim
King Haakon IV 1204–1263 Christ Church, Bergen
King Magnus VI 1238–1280 Christ Church, Bergen
King Erik II 1268–1299 Christ Church, Bergen
King Håkon V 1270–1319 First in St Mary's Church, later reinterred in Akershus Fortress, Oslo
King Håkon VI 1341–1380 St Mary Church,Oslo
King Olav IV 1370–1387 Convent Church at Sorø
Queen Margrete 1353–1412 first in the Convent Church at Sorø, then in the Roskilde Cathedral
King Erik III 1382–1459 Our Lady Church at Darlowo, Poland
King Christian I 1426–1481 Roskilde Cathedral
Dorothea of Brandenburg 1430–1495 Roskilde Cathedral
King Hans 1455–1513 first in Gråbrødre Church, then in Saint Canute's Cathedral
Christina of Saxony 1461–1521 first in Gråbrødre Church, then in Saint Canute's Cathedral in Odense
King Christian II 1481–1552 first in Gråbrødre Church, then in Saint Canute's Cathedral in Odense
Isabella of Austria 1501–1525 first at St Peter Church in Gent, then in Saint Canute's Cathedral in Odense
King Frederik I 1471–1533 St Peter's Cathedral in Schleswig
Anna of Brandenburg 1487–1514 Convent Church in Bornesholm
Sophie of Pomerania 1498–1568 St Peter's Cathedral in Schleswig
King Christian III 1503–1559 Roskilde Cathedral
Dorothea of Saxe-Lauenburg 1511–1571 Roskilde Cathedral
King Frederik II 1534–1588 Roskilde Cathedral
Sofie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin 1557–1631 Roskilde Cathedral
King Christian IV 1577–1648 Roskilde Cathedral
Anne Catherine of Brandenburg 1575–1612 Roskilde Cathedral
Kirsten Munk 1598–1658 Saint Canute's Cathedral in Odense
King Frederik III 1609–1670 Roskilde Cathedral
Sophie Amalie of Brunswick-Lüneburg 1628–1658 Roskilde Cathedral
King Christian V 1646–1699 Roskilde Cathedral
Charlotte Amelia of Hesse-Kassel 1650–1714 Roskilde Cathedral
King Frederik IV 1671–1730 Roskilde Cathedral
Louise of Mecklenburg-Güstrow 1667–1721 Roskilde Cathedral
Anne Sophie Reventlow 1693–1743 Roskilde Cathedral
King Christian VI 1699–1746 Roskilde Cathedral
Sophia Magdalene of Brandenburg-Kulmbach 1700–1770 Roskilde Cathedral
King Frederik V 1723–1766 Roskilde Cathedral
Louise of Great Britain 1724–1751 Roskilde Cathedral
King Christian VII 1749–1808 Roskilde Cathedral
Caroline Matilda of Great Britain 1751–1775 Stadtkirche St. Marien in Celle
King Frederik VI 1768–1839 Roskilde Cathedral
Marie Sophie Frederikke of Hesse-Kassel 1767–1852 Roskilde Cathedral
King Karl II 1748–1818 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Hedwig Elizabeth Charlotte of Holstein-Gottorp 1759–1818 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Karl III Johan 1764–1844 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Désirée Clary 1777–1860 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Oscar I 1799–1859 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Joséphine de Beauharnais 1807–1876 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Karl IV 1826–1872 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Louise of the Netherlands 1828–1871 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Oscar II 1829–1907 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Sofia of Nassau 1836–1913 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Haakon VII 1872–1957 Akershus Fortress, Oslo
Maud of Wales 1869–1938 Akershus Fortress, Oslo
King Olav V 1903–1991 Akershus Fortress, Oslo
Märtha of Sweden 1901–1954 Akershus Fortress, Oslo

Poland[edit]

Permanent kingdom from 1320 until 1795. The kings were elected, so many dynasties from Lithuania, Sweden, France, Saxony and Poland were taking turns. Nevertheless, most of them were buried in Kraków.

Name Born-died Burial site
Duke Mieszko I c. 935-992 Cathedral in Poznań
King Bolesław I Chrobry 967-1025 Cathedral in Poznań
King Mieszko II Lambert 990-1034 Cathedral in Poznań
Duke Casimir I the Restorer 1016–1058 Cathedral in Poznań
King Bolesław II the Generous c. 1042-1082 unknown, maybe Benedictine abbey in Tyniec
Duke Władysław I Herman c. 1042-1102 Plock Cathedral in Płock
Duke Bolesław III Wrymouth 1086–1138 Plock Cathedral in Płock
High Duke Władysław II the Exile 1105–1159 unknown, maybe in Altenburg
High Duke Bolesław IV the Curly 1125–1173 Wawel Cathedrale in Kraków
High Duke Mieszko III the Old 1126/7-1202 St. Paul church in Kalisz
High Duke Casimir II the Just 1138–1194 Wawel Cathedrale in Kraków
High Duke Leszek I the White 1186–1227 Wawel Cathedrale in Kraków
High Duke Władysław III Spindleshanks 1165–1231 unknown, probably church in Racibórz or Benedictine monastery in Lubin
Duke Henry I the Bearded 1165/70-1238 Cistercian church in Trzebnica
Duke Henry II the Pious 1196–1241 Franciscan church of St. Jakub in Wrocław
Duke Konrad I of Masovia 1187–1247 Plock Cathedral in Płock
Duke Bolesław V the Chaste 1226–1279 Franciscan church in Kraków
Duke Leszek II the Black c. 1241-1288 Dominican church in Kraków
Duke Henry IV Probus c. 1258-1290 Kolegiata of the Holy Cross and St. Bartholomeus in Wrocław
King Przemysl II c. 1257-1296 Cathedral in Poznań
King Wenceslaus II Premyslid c. 1271-1305 Cistercian monastery in Prague
King Wenceslaus III Premyslid c. 1289-1306 Cathedral in Olomouc
King Władysław I 1260–1333 Wawel Cathedrale in Kraków
Jadwiga Kaliska 1266–1339 Clarissine convent in Stary Sacz
King Casimir I 1310–1370 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Aldona of Lithuania 1311–1339 Wawel Cathedrale in Kraków
Adelaide of Hesse 1324–1371 Agustinian convent in Kassel, Germany
Hedwig of Sagan 1350–1390 Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Legnica
King Louis I 1326–1382 Székesfehérvár Basilica, Hungary
Elisabeth of Bosnia 1340–1387 Székesfehérvár Basilica, Hungary
Queen Jadwiga I 1373–1399 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
King Władysław II 1348–1434 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Anna of Celje 1380–1416 in the apsis of the Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Elisabeth of Pilica 1372–1420 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Sophia of Halshany 1405–1461 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
King Władysław III 1424–1444 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
King Casimir IV 1427–1492 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Elisabeth of Austria 1437–1505 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
King John I Albert 1459–1501 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
King Alexander I 1461–1506 Vilnius Cathedral, Lithuania
Helena of Moscow 1476–1513 Cathedral of the Theotokos in Vilnius, Lithuania
King Sigismund I 1467–1548 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Barbara Zápolya 1495–1515 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Bona Sforza 1494–1557 Basilica di San Nicola in Bari
King Sigismund II Augustus 1520–1572 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Elisabeth of Austria 1526–1545 Cathedral of Vilnius, Lithuania
Barbara Radziwill 1520–1551 Cathedral of Vilnius, Lithuania
Catherine of Austria 1533–1572 Crypt in Sankt Florian Abbey, Upper Austria
King Henry III 1551–1589 first in St-Corneille, since 1610 in Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
King Stefan Batory 1533–1586 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Anna Jagiellon 1523–1596 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
King Sigismund III 1566–1632 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Anna of Austria 1573–1596 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Constance of Austria 1588–1631 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
King Władysław IV 1595–1648 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Cecilia Renata of Austria 1611–1644 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Ludwika Maria Gonzaga 1611–1667 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
King John II Casimir 1609–1672 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
King Michael Korybut 1640–1673 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Eleonora Maria Josefa of Austria 1653–1697 Leopold's Vault in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna
King John III Sobieski 1629–1696 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Marie Casimire Louise de la Grange d'Arquien 1641–1716 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
King Augustus II the Strong 1670–1766 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków; the heart: Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
Christiane Eberhardine of Brandenburg-Bayreuth 1671–1727 Parish church in Pretzsch, Germany
King Stanisław I 1677–1766 first in Notre-Dame de Bon-Secours in Nancy, then in Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Katarzyna Opalinska 1682–1747 Notre-Dame de Bon-Secours in Nancy
King Augustus III 1696–1763 Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
Maria Josepha of Austria 1699–1757 Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
King Stanislas II Augustus 1732–1798 first in St. Petersburg, then in Wolczyn, since 1995 in St. John's Cathedral in Warsaw

Portugal[edit]

Kingdom from 1139 until 1910. The list includes all Portuguese monarchs (House of Burgundy, House of Aviz, House of Habsburg and House of Braganza).

Name Born-died Burial site
King Afonso I 1109–1185 Santa Cruz Monastery, Coimbra
Maud of Savoy 1125–1158 Santa Cruz Monastery, Coimbra
King Sancho I 1154–1212 Santa Cruz Monastery, Coimbra
Dulce of Aragon 1160–1198 Santa Cruz Monastery, Coimbra
King Afonso II 1185–1223 Santa Cruz Monastery, Coimbra
Urraca of León and Castile 1186–1220 Alcobaça Monastery
King Sancho II 1209–1248 Cathedral of Toledo, Spain
Mécia Lopes de Haro 1215–1270 Santa María la Real of Nájera, Spain
King Afonso III 1210–1279 Alcobaça Monastery
Matilda II of Boulogne 1202–1259 ?
Beatrice of Castile 1242–1303 Alcobaça Monastery
King Denis 1261–1325 Monastery of São Dinis de Odivelas
Elizabeth of Aragon 1271–1336 Monastery of Santa Clara-a-Velha, Coimbra
King Afonso IV 1291–1357 Lisbon Cathedral
Beatrice of Castile 1293–1359 ?
King Peter I 1320–1367 Alcobaça Monastery
Blanche of Castile 1315–1375 Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas
Constance of Peñafiel 1320–1345 ?, Santarém
Inês de Castro 1325–1355 Alcobaça Monastery
King Ferdinand I 1345–1383 Carmo Convent, Lisbon
Leonor Telles de Meneses 1350–1386 Real Monasterio de Santa Clara de Tordesillas, Tordesillas, Spain
Queen Beatrice (disputed) 1372–1408 Monastery in Toro, Spain
King John I 1358–1433 Founder's crypt, Monastery of Batalha
Philippa of Lancaster 1360–1415 Founder's crypt, Monastery of Batalha
Edward, King of Portugal 1391–1438 Monastery of Batalha
Leonor of Aragon 1400–1445 Monastery of Batalha
King Afonso V 1432–1481 Founder's crypt, Monastery of Batalha
Isabel of Coimbra 1432–1455 Monastery of Batalha
Joanna of Castille 1459–1506 Monastery of Santa Clara-a-Velha, Coimbra
King John II 1455–1495 Monastery of Batalha
Leonor of Viseu 1458–1525 Monastery in Xabregas, Lisbon
King Manuel I 1469–1521 Jerónimos Monastery, Lisbon
Isabella of Aragon 1470–1498 Sta. Isabel Convent, Toledo
Maria of Aragon, Queen of Portugal 1482–1517 Jerónimos Monastery, Lisbon
Eleanor of Austria 1498–1558 9th Chapel of the infantes in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King John III 1502–1557 Jerónimos Monastery, Lisbon
Catherine of Austria 1507–1578 Jerónimos Monastery, Lisbon
King Sebastian 1554–1578 His body was never recovered from the battlefield of Ksar el-Kebir, Morocco
King Henry I 1512–1580 Jerónimos Monastery, Lisbon
King Anthony I (disputed) 1531–1595 ?, Paris, France
King Philip I 1527–1598 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Maria of Portugal 1527–1545 9th Chapel of the Pantheon of the Infants in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Mary I of England 1516–1558 Westminster Abbey, London
Elisabeth of Valois 1545–1568 9th Chapel of the Pantheon of the Infants in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Anna of Austria 1549–1580 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King Philip II 1578–1621 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Margaret of Austria 1584–1611 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King Philip III 1605–1665 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Elisabeth of Bourbon 1602–1644 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Mariana of Austria 1634–1696 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King John IV 1604–1656 first in the Jerónimos Monastery, then in the Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
Luísa de Gusmão 1613–1666 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
King Afonso VI 1643–1683 Jerónimos Monastery, Lisbon
Maria Francisca of Nemours 1646–1683 French Capucine abbey in Lisbon
King Peter II 1648–1706 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
Maria Francisca of Savoy 1646–1683 French Capucine abbey in Lisbon
Maria Sophia of Neuburg 1666–1699 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
King John V 1689–1750 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
Maria Anna of Austria 1683–1754 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
King Joseph I 1714–1777 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
Mariana Victoria of Spain 1718–1781 Church of São Francisco de Paula, Lisbon
Queen Maria I 1734–1818 first in the Ajuda Abbey in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), since 1821 in the Basílica da Estrela, Lisbon
Peter III of Portugal 1717–1786 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
King John VI 1767–1826 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
Carlota Joaquina of Spain 1775–1830 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
King Peter IV 1798–1834 first in the Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, since 1972 in the Ipiranga Monument in São Paulo (Brazil); the heart: Lapa Church, Porto
Maria Leopoldina of Austria 1797–1826 first in the Ajuda Abbey in Rio de Janeiro, since 1954 in the Ipiranga Monument in São Paulo
Amélie of Leuchtenberg 1812–1873 first in the Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, since 1982 in the Ipiranga Monument in São Paulo (Brazil)
King Michael I 1802–1866 first in the Franciscan abbey in Klein Engelberg Germany, since 1967 in the Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
Adelaide of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg 1831–1909 first in the cemetery of St Cecilia's Abbey, Ryde on the Isle of Wight, England; since 1967 in the Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
Queen Maria II 1819–1853 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
Auguste de Beauharnais 1810–1835 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
Ferdinand II of Portugal 1816–1885 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
King Peter V 1837–1861 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
Stephanie of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen 1837–1859 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
King Louis I 1838–1889 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
Maria Pia of Savoy 1847–1911 Basilica of Superga, Turin, Italy
King Charles I 1863–1908 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
Amélie of Orléans 1865–1951 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
King Manuel II 1889–1932 Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, Lisbon
Augusta Victoria of Hohenzollern 1890–1966 ?

Prussia[edit]

Kingdom from 1701–1918 (since 1871–1918 Prussian King was Emperor of German Reich (personal union). The Prussian kings/German emperors were buried in Berlin and Potsdam, the last emperor in his Dutch exile.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Frederick I 1657–1713 Berlin Protestant Cathedral
Elizabeth Henrietta of Hesse-Kassel 1661–1683 Berlin Protestant Cathedral
Sophia Charlotte of Hanover 1668–1705 Berlin Protestant Cathedral
Sophia Louise of Mecklenburg-Schwerin 1685–1735 Schelfkirche in Schwerin
King Frederick William I 1688–1740 first in the Garrison Church in Potsdam, then in 1945 in the St Elisabeth Church in Marburg an der Lahn,in 1952 in the Hohenzollern castle and since 1991 in the Friedenskirche in Potsdam
Sophia Dorothea of Hanover 1687–1757 Berlin Protestant Cathedral
King Frederick II 1712–1786 first in the Garrison Church in Potsdam, then in 1945 in the St Elisabeth Church in Marburg an der Lahn,in 1952 in the Hohenzollern castle and since 1991 on the terrace of the Sansouce Palace in Potsdam
Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Bevern 1715–1797 Berlin Protestant Cathedral
King Frederick William II 1744–1797 Berlin Protestant Cathedral]
Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Lüneburg 1746–1840 Berlin Protestant Cathedral
Frederika Louisa of Hesse-Darmstadt 1751–1805 Berlin Protestant Cathedral
King Frederick William III 1770–1840 Mausoleum in the garden of Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin
Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz 1776–1810 Mausoleum in the garden of Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin
Auguste von Harrach 1800–1873 Mausoleum in the garden of Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin
King Frederick William IV 1795–1861 Sanssouci palace in Potsdam
Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria 1801–1873 Friedenskirche in Potsdam
Emperor William I 1797–1888 Mausoleum in the garden of Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin
Augusta of Saxe-Weimar 1811–1890 Mausoleum in the garden of Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin
Emperor Frederick III 1831–1888 Friedenskirche in Potsdam
Victoria, Princess Royal 1840–1901 Friedenskirche in Potsdam
Emperor William II 1859–1941 Mausoleum in Doorn nearby Driebergen, Netherlands
Augusta Viktoria of Schleswig-Holstein 1858–1921 Antikentempel in the garden of Sanssouci palace in Potsdam
Hermine Reuss of Greiz 1887–1948 Antikentempel in the garden of Sanssouci palace in Potsdam

Romania[edit]

Kingdom from 1866 until 1947.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Charles I 1839–1914 Curtea de Arges
Elisabeth of Wied 1843–1916 Curtea de Arges
King Ferdinand I 1865–1927 Curtea de Arges
Marie of Edinburgh 1875–1938 Curtea de Arges
King Charles II 1893–1953 first in São Vicente de Fora in Lisbon, since 2003 in Curtea de Arges
Elena of Greece and Denmark 1896–1982 Greek-Catholic Church in Lausanne, Switzerland
Elena Lupescu 1902–1977 first in São Vicente de Fora in Lisbon, since 2003 in the convent cemetery in Curtea de Arges

Russia[edit]

Tsardom from 1328 until 1721, empire from 1721 until 1917. The lists starts with the Romanov dynasty in 1613. The tsars were first buried in Moscow, later in St Peter and Paul's Cathedral in St Petersburg.

Name Born-died Burial site
Tsar Michael I 1596–1645 Cathedral of the Archangel in Moscow
Maria Dolgorukova ?-1625 Cathedral of the Archangel in Moscow
Eudoxia Streshneva 1608–1645 Cathedral of the Archangel in Moscow
Tsar Alexis I 1629–1676 Cathedral of the Archangel in Moscow
Maria Miloslavskaya 1625–1669 Cathedral of the Archangel in Moscow
Natalia Naryshkina 1651–1694 Cathedral of the Archangel in Moscow
Regent Sophia 1657–1704 Smolensk Cathedral at the Novodevitchi Convent in Moscow
Tsar Feodor III 1661–1682 Cathedral of the Archangel in Moscow
Agatha Gruszewska ?-1681 Cathedral of the Archangel in Moscow
Martha Apraksina 1664–1716 Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Tsar Ivan V 1666–1696 Cathedral of the Archangel in Moscow
Praskovia Saltykova 1664–1723 Alexander Nevski Abbey in Saint Petersburg
Emperor Peter I the Great 1672–1725 Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Eudoxia Lopukhina 1669–1731 Smolensk Cathedral at the Novodevitchi Convent in Moscow
Empress Catherine I 1685–1727 Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Emperor Peter II 1715–1730 Cathedral of the Archangel in Moscow
Empress Anna 1693–1740 Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Frederick Wilhelm, Duke of Courland 1692–1711 Ducal Crypt of Jelgava Palace
Emperor Ivan VI 1740–1764 Titchina Abbey in Saint Petersburg
Empress Elizabeth 1709–1762 Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Alexey Razumovsky 1709–1771 Annunciation Cathedral of the Alexandro-Nevskaya Lavra.
Emperor Peter III 1728–1762 first in the Alexander Nevski Abbey, since 1796 in Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Empress Catherine II the Great 1729–1796 Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Emperor Paul I 1754–1801 Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Wilhelmina Louisa of Hesse-Darmstadt 1755–1776 Alexander Nevsky Monastery
Sophie Dorothea of Württemberg 1759–1828 Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Emperor Alexander I 1754–1825 Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Louise of Baden 1779–1826 Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Emperor Nicholas I 1796–1855 Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Charlotte of Prussia 1798–1860 Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Emperor Alexander II 1818–1881 Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Marie of Hesse 1824–1880 Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Catherine Dolgorukov 1847–1922 Russian Nicholas Cemetery, outside of Nice, France
Emperor Alexander III 1845–1894 Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Dagmar of Denmark 1847–1928 first in the Roskilde Cathedral in Denmark, since 2006 in Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Emperor Nicholas II 1868–1918 since 1998 in Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
Alix of Hesse 1872–1918 since 1998 in Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg

Saxony[edit]

Kingdom from 1806 until 1918 (before that from 1697 until 1763 in personal union with Poland).

Name Born-died Burial site
Elector Frederick Augustus I the Strong 1670–1733 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków; the heart: Founders' Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
Christiane Eberhardine of Brandenburg-Bayreuth 1671–1727 Paris Church of Pretzsch
Elector Frederick Augustus II 1696–1763 Founders' Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
Maria Josepha of Austria 1699–1757 Founders' Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
Elector Frederick Christian I 1722–1763 Founders' Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
Maria Antonia Walpurgis of Bavaria 1724–1780 Founders' Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
King Frederick Augustus I 1750–1827 Founders' Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
Amalie of Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld 1752–1828 Founders' Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
King Anthony I 1755–1836 Great Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
Maria Carolina of Sardinia 1764–1782 Great Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
Maria Theresia of Tuscany 1767–1827 Great Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
King Frederick Augustus II 1797–1865 King's Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
Maria Caroline of Austria 1801–1832 Great Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
Maria Anna of Bavaria 1805–1877 King's Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
King John I 1801–1873 King's Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
Amalie Auguste of Bavaria 1801–1877 King's Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
King Albert I 1828–1902 New Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
Carola of Vasa 1833–1907 New Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
King George I 1832–1904 New Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
Maria Anna of Portugal 1843–1884 Great Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
King Frederick Augustus III 1865–1932 New Crypt in the Katholische Hofkirche in Dresden
Luise of Tuscany 1870–1947 Hedingerkirche in Sigmaringen

Scotland[edit]

See also Great Britain
Kingdom since 843, since 1606 unified with England. The lists starts with the Alpin dynasty in 843. Most of the Scottish kings were buried in Isle of Iona, the Dunfermline Abbey and in Holyrood Abbey.

Name Born-died Burial site
Kenneth I ?-858 Iona
Donald I 812-862 Iona
Constantine I ?-877 Iona
Áed bef. 858–878 Iona
Giric ?-892 Iona?
Donald II ?-900 Iona
Constantine II bef. 879–952 Iona
Malcolm I bef. 900–954 Iona
Indulf ?–962 Iona
Dub ?–967 Iona
Cuilén ?–971 Iona
Kenneth II bef. 954–995 Iona
Constantine III bef. 971–997 Iona
Kenneth III bef. 967–1005 Iona
Malcolm II 954–1034 Iona
Duncan I 1001–1040 Iona
Macbeth 1005–1057 Iona
Lulach 1030–1058 Iona
Malcolm III 1031–1093 Tynemouth, later removed to Dunfermline Abbey and then to El Escorial, Madrid;
Saint Margaret of Scotland 1045–1093 Dunfermline Abbey, later removed to El Escorial, Madrid; her head's in Jesuit College, Douai
Donald III bef. 1040-1099 Dunkeld Abbey, later removed to Iona
Duncan II 1060–1094 Dunfermline Abbey
Edgar 1074–1107 Dunfermline Abbey
Alexander I 1078–1124 Dunfermline Abbey
Sybilla of Normandy 1092–1122 Dunfermline Abbey
David I 1085–1153 Dunfermline Abbey
Maud of Huntingdon 1074–1130 Scone Abbey
Malcolm IV 1141–1165 Dunfermline Abbey
William I 1198–1249 Arbroath Abbey
Ermengarde de Beaumont 1170–1233 Balmerino Abbey
Alexander II 1198–1249 Melrose Abbey
Joan of England 1210–1238 Tarant Crawford Abbey, Dorset
Marie de Coucy 1218–1285 Newbottle, Scotland
Margaret, Maid of Norway 1283–1290 Christ Church, Bergen
John 1249–1314 probably Hélicourt
Robert I 1274–1329 Dunfermline Abbey
Elizabeth de Burgh 1289–1327 Dunfermline Abbey
David II 1324–1371 Holyrood Abbey in Edinburgh
Joan of The Tower 1321–1362 Grey Friars Church in London
Robert II 1316–1390 Scone Abbey
Euphemia de Ross ?-1387 Paisley Abbey
Robert III 1340–1406 Paisley Abbey
Annabella Drummond 1350–1401 Dunfermline Abbey
James I 1397–1437 Perth Charterhouse
Joan Beaufort 1406–1445 Charterhouse in Perth
James II 1430–1460 Holyrood Abbey in Edinburgh
Mary of Guelders 1434–1463 Holyrood Abbey in Edinburgh
James III 1451–1488 Cambuskenneth Abbey
Margaret of Denmark 1456–1486 Cambuskenneth Abbey
James IV 1473–1513 Sheen Priory
Margaret Tudor 1489–1541 Carthusian Abbey of St John in Perth
James V 1512–1542 Holyrood Abbey in Edinburgh
Madeleine of Valois 1520–1537 Holyrood Abbey in Edinburgh
Mary of Guise 1515–1560 Reims Cathedral
Mary 1542–1587 Henry VII's Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London
Francis II of France 1544–1560 Saint Denis Basilica nearby Paris
Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley 1545–1567 Holyrood Abbey in Edinburgh
James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell 1536–1578 Church of Fårevejle nearby Dragsholm Castle in Denmark

Serbia[edit]

The historical Serbian monarchy existed as a grand principality (1101–1217), a kingdom (1217–1346), an empire (1346–1371), and several principalities until the Ottoman conquest finalized in 1540. The modern Kingdom of Serbia existed 1882 until 1918, when it was transformed into the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, which existed until 1943.

Name Lifespan Burial site
Middle Ages:
Jovan Vladimir (r. ca. 1000–1016) ca. 990 – 1016 Prečista Krajinska, Montenegro (relocated in 1215)
St. Jovan Vladimir's Church, Albania
Stefan Vojislav (r. 1018–1043) fl. 1018 – 1043 Church of St. Andrew, Montenegro
Stefan Nemanja (r. 1166–1196) ca. 1113 – 1199 Studenica, Serbia
Stefan the First-Crowned (r. 1196–1228) ca. 1165 – 1228 Morača, Montenegro
Anna Dandolo (m. Stefan) ? – 1258 Sopoćani, Serbia
Stefan Radoslav (r. 1228–1333) ca. 1192 – 1235+ Studenica, Serbia
Stefan Vladislav (r. 1234–1243) ca. 1198 – 1264+ Mileševa, Serbia
Stefan (Uroš I) the Great (r. 1243–1276) ca. 1223 – 1277 Sopoćani, Serbia
Stefan Dragutin (r. 1276–1282) bef. 1253 – 1316 Đurđevi stupovi, Serbia
Stefan (Uroš II) Milutin (r. 1282–1321) 1253 – 1321 St Nedelya Church, Bulgaria (relocated in 1460)
Stefan Konstantin (r. 1321–1322) 1282 – 1322 Church of St. Nicholas, Kosovo
Stefan (Uroš III) Dečanski (r. 1322–1331) bef. 1282 – 1331 Visoki Dečani, Kosovo
Stefan (Uroš IV) Dušan the Mighty (r. 1331–1355) ca. 1308 – 1355 Monastery of the Holy Archangels, Kosovo (relocated in 1927)
St. Mark's Church, Belgrade
Stefan Uroš V the Weak (r. 1355–1371) ca. 1336 – 1371 Gornje Nerodimlje, Kosovo (relocated in the 1690s)
Jazak, Serbia
Lazar (r. 1373–1389) ca. 1329 – 1389 Ravanica, Serbia
Stefan Lazarević (r. 1389–1427) 1374 – 1427 Manasija, Serbia
Modern:
Miloš Obrenović (r. 1817–1839; 1858–1860) 1780 – 1860 St. Michael's Cathedral, Belgrade
Milan Obrenović (r. 1839) 1819 – 1839 St. Mark's Church, Belgrade
Mihailo Obrenović (r. 1839–1842; 1860–1868) 1823 – 1868 St. Michael's Cathedral, Belgrade
Alexander Karađorđević (r. 1842–1858) 1806 – 1885 Oplenac, Serbia
Milan Obrenović (r. 1868–1889) 1854 – 1901 Krušedol, Serbia
Alexander Obrenović (r. 1889–1903) 1876 – 1903 St. Mark's Church, Belgrade
Peter Karađorđević (r. 1903–1921) 1844 – 1921 Oplenac, Serbia
Alexander Karađorđević the Unifier (r. 1921–1934) 1888 – 1934 Oplenac, Serbia
Peter II Karađorđević (r. 1934–1943) 1888 – 1934 Oplenac, Serbia

Spain[edit]

The list starts with the unification of the kingdoms of Castile and Aragon under the monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella. After CharlesI (V), almost every Spanish monarch was buried at El Escorial.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Ferdinand V 1452–1516 Crypt in the Royal Chapel of Granada
Queen Isabella I 1451–1504 Crypt in the Royal Chapel in the cathedral of Granada
Germaine of Foix 1490–1538 Convent San Miguel de los Reyes in Valencia
Queen Joanna I 1479–1555 first at St Clara in Tordesillas, since 1557 Crypt in the Royal Chapel in the cathedral of Granada
King Philip I 1478–1506 Crypt in the Royal Chapel in the cathedral of Granada; Heart: Augustinerkirche in Vienna
Emperor Charles V 1500–1558 first in San Jerónimo de Yuste, since 1574 in the Pantheon of the Kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Isabella of Portugal 1503–1539 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King Philip II 1527–1598 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Maria of Portugal 1527–1545 9th Chapel of the Pantheon of the Infants in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Mary I of England 1516–1558 Westminster Abbey in London
Elisabeth of Valois 1545–1568 9th Chapel of the Pantheon of the Infants in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Anna of Austria 1549–1580 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King Philip III 1578–1621 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Margaret of Austria 1584–1611 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King Philip IV 1605–1665 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Elisabeth of Bourbon 1602–1644 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Mariana of Austria 1634–1696 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King Charles II 1661–1700 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Marie Louise of Orléans 1662–1689 9th Chapel of the Pantheon of the Infants in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Maria Anna of Neuburg 1667–1740 9th Chapel of the Pantheon of the Infants in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King Philip V 1683–1746 Collegiate Church of the La Granja Palace in San Ildefonso
Maria Luisa of Savoy 1688–1714 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Elisabetta Farnese 1692–1766 Collegiate Church of the La Granja Palace in San Ildefonso
King Louis I 1707–1724 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Louise Élisabeth of Orléans 1709–1742 St-Sulpice in Paris
King Ferdinand VI 1716–1759 Salesas Reales Church (Santa Barbara) in Madrid
Barbara of Portugal 1711–1758 Salesas Reales Church (Santa Barbara) in Madrid
King Charles III 1716–1788 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Maria Amalia of Saxony 1724–1760 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King Charles IV 1748–1819 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Maria Luisa of Parma 1751–1819 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King Joseph Bonaparte 1768–1844 The Church of the Invalides in Paris
Julie Clary 1771–1845 Basilica Santa Croce in Florence
King Ferdinand VII 1784–1833 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Maria Antonia of Naples and Sicily 1784–1806 7th Chapel of the Pantheon of the Infants in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Maria Isabel of Portugal 1797–1818 7th Chapel of the Pantheon of the Infants in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Maria Josepha Amalia of Saxony 1803–1829 7th Chapel of the Pantheon of the Infants in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Maria Christina of the Two Sicilies 1806–1878 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Queen Isabella II 1830–1904 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Francis of Spain 1822–1902 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King Amadeo I 1845–1890 Basilica of Superga in Turin
Maria Victoria al Pozzo della Cisterna 1847–1876 Basilica of Superga in Turin
Maria Letizia Bonaparte 1866–1926 Basilica of Superga in Turin
King Alfonso XII 1857–1885 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Mercedes of Orléans 1869–1878 San Juan Chapel in the Basilica of the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial, since 2000 in the Catedral de la Almudena in Madrid
Maria Christina of Austria 1858–1929 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
King Alfonso XIII 1886–1941 Pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial
Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg 1887–1969 in the "pudridero" next to the pantheon of the kings in the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Real in El Escorial (in 2019, after 50 years of decomposation, the body will be transferred into the pantheon)

Sweden[edit]

The list starts with the Vasa dynasty in 1521. Since the 15th century, almost every monarch was buried in the Riddarholm Church in Stockholm. In the 20th century, the royal Haga cemetery was founded. Queen Christina is the only female monarch who was buried at St Peter's in Rome

Name Born-died Burial site
King Gustav I 1495–1560 Uppsala Cathedral
Catherine of Saxe-Lauenburg 1513–1535 Uppsala Cathedral
Margaret Leijonhufvud 1516–1551 Uppsala Cathedral
Katarina Stenbock 1535–1621 Uppsala Cathedral
King Eric XIV 1533–1577 Västerås Cathedral
Karin Månsdotter 1550–1612 Cathedral of Turku
King John III 1537–1592 Uppsala Cathedral
Catherine Jagellonica of Poland 1525–1583 Uppsala Cathedral
Gunilla Bielke 1568–1597 Uppsala Cathedral
King Charles IX 1550–1611 Strängnäs Cathedral
Maria of the Palatinate-Simmern 1561–1589 Strängnäs Cathedral
Christina of Holstein-Gottorp 1573–1625 Strängnäs Cathedral
King Sigismund I 1566–1632 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Anna of Austria 1573–1596 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
Constance of Austria 1588–1631 Wawel Cathedral in Kraków
King Gustav II Adolph 1594–1632 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Maria Eleonora of Brandenburg 1599–1655 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Queen Christina 1626–1689 Crypt in the St. Peter's Basilica in Rome
King Charles X 1622–1660 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Hedwig Eleonora of Holstein-Gottorp 1636–1719 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Charles XI 1655–1697 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Ulrike Eleonora of Denmark 1656–1693 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Charles XII 1682–1718 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Ulrika Eleonora of Sweden 1688–1741 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Frederick I 1676–1751 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Adolf Frederick I 1710–1771 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Louisa Ulrika of Prussia 1720–1782 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Gustav III 1746–1792 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Sophia Magdalena of Denmark 1746–1814 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Charles XIII 1748–1818 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Hedwig Elizabeth Charlotte of Holstein-Gottorp 1759–1818 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Gustav IV Adolf 1778–1837 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Frederica of Baden 1781–1826 Crypt of the Grand Dukes in Pforzheim
King Charles XIV John 1764–1844 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Désirée Clary 1777–1860 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Oscar I 1799–1859 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Joséphine de Beauharnais 1807–1876 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Charles XV 1826–1872 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Louise of the Netherlands 1828–1871 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Oscar II 1829–1907 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Sofia of Nassau 1836–1913 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Gustav V 1858–1950 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
Victoria of Baden 1862–1930 Riddarholm Church in Stockholm
King Gustaf VI Adolf 1882–1973 Royal Haga Cemetery in Stockholm
Margaret of Connaught 1882–1920 Royal Haga Cemetery in Stockholm
Louise Mountbatten 1889–1965 Royal Haga Cemetery in Stockholm

Westphalia[edit]

Kingdom from 1807 until 1813.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Jérôme Bonaparte 1784–1860 The Church of the Invalides in Paris
Elizabeth Patterson 1785–1869 Green Mount Cemetery in Baltimore
Catharina of Württemberg 1783–1835 Chapel at Ludwigsburg Palace

Württemberg[edit]

Kingdom from 1806 until 1918. The kings were buried in Ludwigsburg and Stuttgart.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Frederick I 1754–1816 Palace Chapel in Ludwigsburg Palace
Augusta of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel 1764–1788 Church of Kullamaa in Lääne County, Estonia
Charlotte of Great Britain 1766–1828 Palace Chapel in Ludwigsburg Palace
King William I 1781–1864 Württemberg Chapel in Stuttgart-Rotenberg
Caroline Augusta of Bavaria 1792–1873 Francis’ Crypt in the Imperial Crypt in the Kapuzinerkirche in Vienna
Catherine Pavlovna of Russia 1788–1819 Württemberg Chapel in Stuttgart-Rotenberg
Pauline of Württemberg 1800–1873 Palace Chapel in Ludwigsburg Palace
King Charles I 1823–1891 Palace Chapel in the Old Palace in Stuttgart
Olga Nicholaevna of Russia 1822–1892 Palace Chapel in the Old Palace in Stuttgart
King William II 1848–1921 Old Cemetery in Ludwigsburg
Marie of Waldeck and Pyrmont 1857–1882 Old Cemetery in Ludwigsburg
Charlotte of Schaumburg-Lippe 1864–1946 Old Cemetery in Ludwigsburg

Yugoslavia[edit]

Kingdom from 1882 until 1945. (until 1918 Kingdom of Serbia, until 1921 Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, and until 1943 Kingdom of Yugoslavia). All kings from the Karadordevic dynasty are buried in the St George's chapel in Topola, Serbia.

Name Born-died Burial site
King Milan I Obrenovic 1854–1901 Monastery Church at Krušedol, Serbia
Natalija Obrenovic 1859–1941 Lardy cemetery, Seine-et-Oise, nearby Paris
King Alexander Obrenovic 1876–1903 St. Mark's Church in Belgrade, Serbia
Draga Lunjevica 1861–1903 St. Mark's Church in Belgrade
King Peter I 1844–1921 St. George's Church in Oplenac nearby Topola, Serbia
Zorka of Montenegro 1864–1890 St. George's Church in Oplenac nearby Topola
King Alexander I 1888–1934 St. George's Church in Oplenac nearby Topola
Maria of Romania 1900–1961 St. George's Church in Oplenac nearby Topola, until 2013 in Royal Burial Ground at Frogmore
Regent Prince Paul 1893–1976 St. George's Church in Oplenac nearby Topola, until 2013 in Cimetière de Bois de Vaux in Lausanne, Switzerland
Olga of Denmark 1903–1997 St. George's Church in Oplenac nearby Topola, until 2013 in Cimetière de Bois de Vaux in Lausanne, Switzerland
King Peter II 1923–1970 St. George's Church in Oplenac nearby Topola, until 2013 in St. Sava Church in Libertyville, Illinois
Alexandra of Greece and Denmark 1921–1993 St. George's Church in Oplenac nearby Topola, until 2013 in Royal Cemetery in the park of Tatoi Palace nearby Athens, Greece

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