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Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie - ( 24 December 1837 Munich, Germany - 10 September 1898 Genf, Switzerland)

Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie - ( 24 December 1837 Munich, Germany - 10 September 1898 Genf, Switzerland)

Empress Elisabeth of Austria was a truly great beauty and spent her adult life trying to maintain that beauty.  In the modern age she would surely have been a plastic surgery addict.  Instead, she aged naturally and beautifully.

Empress Elisabeth of Austria was a truly great beauty and spent her adult life trying to maintain that beauty. In the modern age she would surely have been a plastic surgery addict. Instead, she aged naturally and beautifully.

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Sissi (+24.12.1837)...Elizabeth Amalie Eugenie von Wittelsbach

Sissi (+24.12.1837)...Elizabeth Amalie Eugenie von Wittelsbach

Elisabeth of Austria  (24 December 1837 – 10 September 1898) was the wife of Franz Joseph I, and therefore both Empress of Austria and Quee...

Elisabeth of Austria (24 December 1837 – 10 September 1898) was the wife of Franz Joseph I, and therefore both Empress of Austria and Quee...

Clothes closet of a 21st century Sisi's death gown - Empress Elisabeth of Austria (due to the movie also known now as Sissi, 1837-1898)

Clothes closet of a 21st century Sisi's death gown - Empress Elisabeth of Austria (due to the movie also known now as Sissi, 1837-1898)

Empress Elisabeth of Austria, 1867. Known particularly for her love of dogs, horses and parrots.

Empress Elisabeth of Austria, 1867. Known particularly for her love of dogs, horses and parrots.

Fotografía de Sissi como reina de los húngaros.

Fotografía de Sissi como reina de los húngaros.

Ball gown, 1860, "Elisabeth d'Autriche robe de Bal" (Elisabeth of Austria) nicely shows an elegant lady ready for a gala evening, including silk and lace gown, pearls, fan, gloves, hair, perhaps a bit of cosmetics. Known as Sissi to her family and friends, she was a famous beauty in her day and assassinated at the age of 60 by an anarchist with a sharpened file. by letha

Ball gown, 1860, "Elisabeth d'Autriche robe de Bal" (Elisabeth of Austria) nicely shows an elegant lady ready for a gala evening, including silk and lace gown, pearls, fan, gloves, hair, perhaps a bit of cosmetics. Known as Sissi to her family and friends, she was a famous beauty in her day and assassinated at the age of 60 by an anarchist with a sharpened file. by letha

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