Tasziló Festetics

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Tasziló Festetics de Tolna
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Spouse(s) Mary Victoria Douglas-Hamilton
Issue
Mária Matild Festetics de Tolna
György Tasziló Festetics de Tolna
Alexandra Olga Festetics de Tolna
Karola Friderika Festetics de Tolna
Noble family House of Festetics
Father Count György Festetics de Tolna
Mother Countess Eugénia Erdődy de Monyorókerék et Monoszló
Born 5 May 1850
Vienna, Austrian Empire
Died 4 May 1933 (aged 82)
Keszthely, Kingdom of Hungary
Buried Festetics Mausoleum

Prince Tasziló Festetics de Tolna (5 May 1850 – 4 May 1933) was a member of the Hungarian noble family of Festetics. He was born in Vienna, the son of Count György Festetics de Tolna, who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary from 1867 to 1871, and Countess Eugénia Erdõdy de Monyorókerék et Monoszló.

In 1880 Festetics married Lady Mary Victoria Douglas-Hamilton (11 December 1850, Hamilton Palace – 14 May 1922, Budapest), former wife of Albert I, Prince of Monaco. The couple had four children:

On June 21, 1911, Count Tasziló Festetics de Tolna was made a Prince with the style Serene Highness (Durchlaucht) by King Francis Joseph I of Hungary. He died at Festetics Palace, Keszthely, the day before his 83rd birthday. His grandson Georg (born 1940) is the current head of the house.

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Festetics family

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