Franz Josef Freiherr von Gruben (February 13 1829, Düsseldorf–October 23 1888, Regensburg) was a 19th-century German Catholic social politician, member of the German Reichstag, poet, lawyer, artist and Head of the Princely House of Thurn und Taxis in Regensburg.

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  • Franz Josef Freiherr von Gruben (February 13 1829, Düsseldorf–October 23 1888, Regensburg) was a 19th-century German Catholic social politician, member of the German Reichstag, poet, lawyer, artist and Head of the Princely House of Thurn und Taxis in Regensburg. (en)
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