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  1. Bonaparte (* 25. März 1782 in Ajaccio , Korsika ; † 18. Mai 1839 in Florenz ), eigentlich Maria Annunziata Carolina Buonaparte war Königin von Neapel und die jüngste Schwester von Napoléon Bonaparte .

  2. Caroline Bonaparte. Carolina Maria Annunziata Bonaparte ( French: Caroline Marie Annunciata Bonaparte; 25 March 1782 – 18 May 1839), better known as Caroline Bonaparte, was an Imperial French princess; the seventh child and third daughter of Carlo Buonaparte and Letizia Ramolino, and a younger sister of Napoleon I of France.

  3. Caroline Bonaparte (born March 25, 1782, Ajaccio, Corsica—died May 18, 1839, Florence [Italy]) queen of Naples (1808–15), Napoleon’s youngest sister and the wife (1800) of Joachim Murat. As a result of her ambitious and intriguing nature, her husband became governor of Paris , marshal of France (1804), grand duke of Berg and of Cleves ...

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  4. 5. März 2021 · At last Caroline was granted a pension of 100,000 francs. She had little time to enjoy it. On May 18, 1839 she died of stomach cancer in Florence at the age of 57. She was buried in the Chiesa di Ognissanti in Florence. There is a cenotaph honouring Caroline Bonaparte Murat and her husband, Joachim, at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris.

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  5. (Carolina Maria Annunciata Murat (Caroline Bonaparte) ) geboren am 26. März 1782 in Ajaccio, Korsika gestorben am 18. Mai 1839 in Florenz. Königin von Neapel 240. Geburtstag am 26. März 2022. Biografie • Literatur & Quellen

  6. "Caroline Bonaparte (* 25. März 1782 in Ajaccio, Korsika; † 18. Mai 1839 in Florenz), eigentlich Maria Annunziata Carolina Buonaparte war Königin von Neapel und die jüngste Schwester von Napoléon Bonaparte. Sie ging mit ihrer Familie 1793 nach Frankreich. Dort verliebte sie sich in General Joachim Murat, den sie 1800 heiratete.