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The Coudenhove-Kalergi family is a noble Bohemian family of mixed European descent, which was formed after Count Franz Karl von Coudenhove (1825–1893) married Marie Kalergi (1840–1877). The Coudenhoves were Counts of the Holy Roman Empire since 1790 and were prominent in the Netherlands and Belgium. After the upheaval of the French Revolution, they went to Austria. The Kallergis family had enjoyed high status in Crete having been sent there by Byzantine emperor Alexios II Komnenos in the mid-12th century.. They remained there during the Venetian occupation 1204-1669 and subsequently moved to Venetian held Ionian Islands. Their palazzo in Venice is still there.

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  • The Coudenhove-Kalergi family is a noble Bohemian family of mixed European descent, which was formed after Count Franz Karl von Coudenhove (1825–1893) married Marie Kalergi (1840–1877). The Coudenhoves were Counts of the Holy Roman Empire since 1790 and were prominent in the Netherlands and Belgium. After the upheaval of the French Revolution, they went to Austria. The Kallergis family had enjoyed high status in Crete having been sent there by Byzantine emperor Alexios II Komnenos in the mid-12th century.. They remained there during the Venetian occupation 1204-1669 and subsequently moved to Venetian held Ionian Islands. Their palazzo in Venice is still there.
  • The Coudenhove-Kalergi family is a noble Bohemian family of mixed European descent, which was formed after Count Franz Karl von Coudenhove (1825–1893) married Marie Kalergi (1840–1877). The Coudenhoves were Counts of the Holy Roman Empire since 1790 and were prominent in the Netherlands and Belgium. After the upheaval of the French Revolution, they went to Austria. The Kallergis family had enjoyed high status in Crete having been sent there by Byzantine emperor Alexios II Komnenos in the mid-12th century. They remained there during the Venetian occupation 1204-1669 and subsequently moved to Venetian held Ionian Islands. Their palazzo in Venice is still there.
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  • The Coudenhove-Kalergi family is a noble Bohemian family of mixed European descent, which was formed after Count Franz Karl von Coudenhove (1825–1893) married Marie Kalergi (1840–1877). The Coudenhoves were Counts of the Holy Roman Empire since 1790 and were prominent in the Netherlands and Belgium. After the upheaval of the French Revolution, they went to Austria. The Kallergis family had enjoyed high status in Crete having been sent there by Byzantine emperor Alexios II Komnenos in the mid-12th century.. They remained there during the Venetian occupation 1204-1669 and subsequently moved to Venetian held Ionian Islands. Their palazzo in Venice is still there.
  • The Coudenhove-Kalergi family is a noble Bohemian family of mixed European descent, which was formed after Count Franz Karl von Coudenhove (1825–1893) married Marie Kalergi (1840–1877). The Coudenhoves were Counts of the Holy Roman Empire since 1790 and were prominent in the Netherlands and Belgium. After the upheaval of the French Revolution, they went to Austria. The Kallergis family had enjoyed high status in Crete having been sent there by Byzantine emperor Alexios II Komnenos in the mid-12th century. They remained there during the Venetian occupation 1204-1669 and subsequently moved to Venetian held Ionian Islands. Their palazzo in Venice is still there.
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