Georg Christian, Prince of Lobkowicz

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Georg Christian
Prince of Lobkowicz
Georg Christian von Lobkowitz.jpg
Georg Christian, Prince of Lobkowicz
Born (1835-05-14)14 May 1835
Died 22 December 1908(1908-12-22) (aged 73)
Noble family House of Lobkowicz
Spouse(s) Princess Anna Maria von und zu Liechtenstein
Father August, Prince of Lobkowicz
Mother Sidonia, Countess Kinsky

Georg Christian, Prince of Lobkowicz (Czech: Jiří Kristián z Lobkovic) (May 14, 1835 - December 22, 1908) was a member of the old Bohemian aristocratic family of Lobkowicz and an influential politician of late 19th century Bohemia and Austria-Hungary. He was a Prince (Fürst) of Lobkowicz.

Born in Vienna as a son of August, Prince of Lobkowicz, and his wife Sidonia, née Countess Kinsky, he was one of the political leaders of the conservative Bohemian nobility. He was a member of the Bohemian Diet from 1865 - 1872 and 1883 - 1907 (presiding over it from 1871 - 1872 and 1883 - 1907 as Land Marshal of Bohemia). He served as deputy in the Abgeordnetenhaus of the Austrian Parliament (Reichsrat) in 1879 - 1883 and became a hereditary member of the Herrenhaus in 1883. In 1871, he was involved in negotiations concerning the relationship between Bohemia and Austria.

He married Princess Anna Maria von und zu Liechtenstein, of the House of Liechtenstein, in Vienna on May 22, 1864, by whom he had 12 children. He died in Prague.[1]


His daughter, Marie, Princess of Lobkowicz, married Karl, Count of Eltz, the grandfather of Christiane, Countess of Eltz, the mother of Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg.



  1. ^ Moritz Csáky (1985), "Lobkowitz, Georg Christian Fürst von", Neue Deutsche Biographie (NDB) (in German), 14, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 735–736