Empress Elisabeth of Austria

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.

Elisabeth, Empress of Austria

Sisi queen of Hungary, detail of a photograph by Emile Rabending 1867

Empress Elisabeth of Austria.

Empress Elisabeth wears a court dress wth three lace flounces over what appears to be a cage crinoline in this portrait. The tufted fan was one of her trademarks

1853 Elisabeth (Sissi), at age 16, soon to be married and become Empress Elisabeth of Austria.

Photo by unknown photographer in 1853 of Austrian Empress Elisabeth “Sissi” (Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie) Dec Sep Bavaria. Sissi was the future wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I Aug Nov Austria when she was age

Arpad, second Grand Prince of the Magyars.

Árpád vezér szobra Arpad, second grand prince of the Magyars .

Albert Szent-Györgyi de Nagyrápolt (born Budapest 1893, died Massachusetts, 1986), Hungarian physiologist who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1937. He is credited with discovering vitamin C and the components and reactions of the citric acid cycle. He was also active in the Hungarian Resistance during World War II and entered Hungarian politics after the war.

Albert Szent-Gyorgy who first isolated vitamin C in May be favoring his right arm where he shot himself, claiming it was enemy fire to get out of the First World War.

Gróf Széchenyi István (1791–1860) politkius, író, közgazdász, a Batthyány-kormány közlekedési minisztere – akit Kossuth Lajos a „legnagyobb magyarnak” nevezett, a modern, új Magyarország egyik megteremtője. A magyar politika egyik legkiemelkedőbb és legjelentősebb alakja, akinek nevéhez a magyar gazdaság, a közlekedés, a külpolitika és a sport megreformálása fűződik. Számos intézmény alapítója - Hungarian politician, theorist and writer, one of the greatest statesmen of Hungarian history

BARABБS, Miklуs Hungarian painter (b. Kйzdimбrkosfalva, d. Budapest) Count Istvбn Szйchenyi 1848 Oil on canvas Historical Picture Gallery, Hungarian National Museum, Budapest

Sisi and Franz

Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie “Sissi” Austria 10 September wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I.

Sisi and Franz

Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie “Sissi” Austria 10 September wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I.

Elisabeth of Austria (24 December 1837 – 10 September 1898) was the spouse of Franz Joseph I, and therefore both Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary. She also held the titles of Queen of Bohemia and Croatia, among others. From an early age, she was called Sisi by family and friends.

Sisi wearing an Emerald Tiara (with diamonds, gold). Elisabeth of Austria Sisi Museum Vienna.

Kálmán Imre - Hungary 1882. október 24., Siófok Meghalt: 1953. október 30., Párizs, Franciaország

Képtalálat a következőre: „kálmán imre felesége”

Irinyi János A robbanás mentes gyufa feltalálója.

János Irinyi was a Hungarian chemist and inventor of the noiseless and non-explosive match.