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The Flower of Lis Diamond Tiara. This tiara is said to be one of the most cherished by the Spanish Royal Family. It was a present given by King Alfonso XIII to Queen Victoria Eugenia, who wore it at their wedding on the 31 of May 1906.

- The incredible stories of five of the seventeen granddaughters of Queen Victoria ,who became queens of different countries in Europe. Very different destinies for those women: Alexandra Tzarina of Russia; Matilde, Queen of Norway; Sophia, Queen of Greece ; Mary , Queen of Romania and Victoria Eugenia, queen of Spain. A hundred years , from 1869 , with the the birth of Matilde to 1969 , with the death of Victoria Eugenia , in the middle of extraordinary changes in our history.

This amazing fan is entirely made of silver filigree. It was probably made in Canton in the mid-19th century and exported to Spain, where it was presented to Queen Victoria Eugenia to complete her traditional attire from Salamanca. (Museo del Traje MT001341).

Donostia Kultura y Donostia 2016, a través de su programa Conversaciones, han unido esfuerzos para presentar mañana y el viernes en el Teatro Victoria Eugenia The Naked Clown, de la compañía húngara Reciquel de Budapest.

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Fleur de Lys Tiara

VICTORIA EUGENIA REINA DE ESPAÑA, ESPOSA DE ALFONSO XIII, 1906, CON LA TIARA DE FLOR DE LIS EN SU FORMA ORIGINAL

Queen Victoria Eugenie of Spain. Victoria Eugenia de Battenberg, granddaughter of Queen Victoria, wife of King Alfonso XIII and Queen consort of Spain from 1906 to 1931.