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Vienna: Inside the Imperial Habsburg Crypt

Since 1633, members of the Royal Habsburg family have been entombed here including 12 emperors and 16 empresses.

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Just off to the side of the Kapuzinerkirche lies the entrance to the Kapuzinergruft – the Imperial Habsburg Crypt. Since 1633, members of the Royal Habsburg family have been entombed here including 12 emperors and 16 empresses. The largest and most beautiful double Rococo tomb belongs to the Maria Theresa and her husband Franz Stephan.

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WIth Love,

Martina

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