|Count Carl Löwenhielm|
|Father||Charles XIII of Sweden|
|Mother||Augusta von Fersen|
|Born||3 November 1772|
|Died||9 June 1861(aged 88)|
|Occupation||Military officer, diplomat, politician|
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Count Carl Löwenhielm (3 November 1772 – 9 June 1861) was a Swedish military officer, diplomat, and politician; he was a member of the Swedish cabinet between 1822–1839. He was an illegitimate son of King Charles XIII of Sweden and Augusta von Fersen (married to the Chancellor of the Royal Court Fredrik Adolf Löwenhielm) and a half-brother of Gustaf Löwenhielm.
He represented Sweden at the Congress of Vienna.
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