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Princess Marie Anne of France

Princess Marie-Anne
Fille de France

Father Louis XIV of France
Mother Maria Theresa of Spain
Born (1664-11-16)November 16, 1664
Louvre, France
Died December 26, 1664(1664-12-26)
Louvre, France

Marie-Anne de France (b. 16 November 1664 in Louvre, d. 26 December 1664 in Louvre, aged 40 days) - the third child and second daughter of Louis XIV of France and his Spanish wife Infanta Maria Teresa of Spain.

As a daughter of the king, she was a Fille de France.


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