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The birth of Maria Theresa of Austria:March 21,1801:Maria Theresa was a member of the Tuscan branch of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine and an Archduchess of Austria and Princess of Bohemia, Hungary, and Tuscany by birth. She was named after her great-great-grandmother Empress Maria Theresa. Maria was born in Vienna during the exile of her parents and their many children, due to Napoleon Bonaparte's invasion of Tuscany. Her father was Ferdinand III, Grand Duke of Tuscany, and her mother was Princess Luisa of Naples and Sicily, who died giving birth to a stillborn son one year after Maria Theresa's birth.After the Restoration of 1814, Ferdinando III was made Elector of the secularized archbishopric Salzburg and the family moved to Würzburg.Maria Theresa married in Florence on 30 September 1817 Charles Albert of Sardinia (29 October 1798 – 28 July 1849), and a wedding mass was celebrated on 2 October in Florence Cathedral. In March 1820, an heir was born followed by two more children, the latter of which died in infancy. From her marriage, she was known as the princess of Carignano. In 1824, Charles Albert was recognised as heir to the throne by Victor Emmanuel I of Sardinia. He and Maria Theresa became king and queen in 1831, when his predecessor Charles Felix of Sardinia died without issue.After the death of her husband in 1849 in Porto, the Queen mother Maria Theresa stopped appearing in public and even returned to Italy in 1851, where she died four years later, in Turin. She was buried in the Basilica of Superga in Turin.A convinced Catholic and conservative, she had a great influence on her eldest son on the new Italian throne.- #mariatheresaofaustria#austria#tuscany#archduchessofaustria#princessoftuscany#queenofsardinia#1800century#italy#queen#vienna