Eleonore Charlotte von Württemberg-Mömpelgard

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Eleonore Charlotte von Württemberg-Mömpelgard (born November 20, 1656 in Horburg , † April 13, 1743 in Breslau ) was Duchess of Württemberg-Oels by marriage .


Eleonore Charlotte was a daughter of Duke George II of Württemberg-Mömpelgard (1626–1699) from his marriage to Anne (1624–1680), daughter of Gaspard III. de Coligny .

On May 7, 1672, she married in Oels Duke Sylvius Friedrich von Württemberg-Oels . The marriage remained childless.

Eleonore Charlotte acquired the rule and city of Festenberg in 1676 and moved her residence there. The Duchess expanded the city of Festenberg extensively from her own resources, had the church rebuilt in 1688 and supported the settling population. The emperor obtained a decree for one hundred years of tax exemption for the residents.

In a legal dispute with Anna Sophia (1647-1726), the widowed Duchess of Württemberg-Juliusburg, she lost Festenberg to this in 1712.


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