Archduchess Caroline Ludovika of Austria

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Archduchess Caroline Ludovika of Austria
Born4 or 9 December 1795
Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria
Died30 June 1799(1799-06-30) (aged 3)
Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria
Burial
HouseHabsburg-Lorraine
FatherFrancis II, Holy Roman Emperor
MotherMaria Teresa of the Two Sicilies

Archduchess Caroline Ludovika of Austria (Karoline Ludovika Leopoldine; 4/9 December 1795 in Vienna, Austria – 30 June 1799 in Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria) was the fourth child of Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor and his wife Maria Theresa of Naples and Sicily. She was born at the Hofburg Palace. On 30 June 1799, the 3-year-old Archduchess died of unknown causes at Hofburg Palace. She is buried in the Capuchin Church in Vienna.

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