Thursday, July 14, 2011

The passing of Old Europe?




People in traditional clothes move the coffin of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen from the St. Ulrich chapel to the St. Pius chapel for the requiem in Poecking near lake Starnberg July 9, 2011. Otto Habsburg-Lothringen, the eldest son of the last Austrian emperor who became a champion of European unity, died aged 98 at his home in Germany on July 4, 2011. (Reuters/Daylife)



The coffin of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen stands in a chapel in Poecking near lake Starnberg July 5, 2011. Otto Habsburg-Lothringen, the eldest son of the last Austrian emperor who became a champion of European unity, died aged 98 at his home in Germany on Monday. (Reuters/Daylife)







Cardinal Reinhard Marx, Archbishop of Munich and Freising (2nd L) stands in front of the coffin of the late Otto von Habsburg as he begins the requiem in the Theatiner church in Munich July 11, 2011. Otto Habsburg-Lothringen, the eldest son of the last Austrian emperor who became a champion of European unity, died at the age of 98 at his home in Germany on July 4, 2011. (Reuters/Daylife)



People in traditional clothes carry the coffin of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen after the requiem in the Theatinerchurch in Munich July 11, 2011. Otto Habsburg-Lothringen, the eldest son of the last Austrian emperor who became a champion of European unity, died at the age of 98 at his home in Germany on July 4, 2011. (Reuters/Daylife)

Family members leave the Theatinerchurch after the requiem for Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen in Munich July 11, 2011. Otto Habsburg-Lothringen, the eldest son of the last Austrian emperor who became a champion of European unity, died at the age of 98 at his home in Germany on July 4, 2011. (Reuters/Daylife)

Reinhard Marx, archbishop of Munich and Freising blesses the coffin of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen after the requiem in the Theatinerchurch in Munich July 11, 2011. Otto Habsburg-Lothringen, the eldest son of the last Austrian emperor who became a champion of European unity, died at the age of 98 at his home in Germany on July 4, 2011. (Reuters/Daylife)

The archbishop of Munich and Freising, Reinhard Marx, blesses the coffin of Archduke Otto von Habsburg after the requiem in Theatinerchurch in Munich, southern Germany, on Monday, July 11, 2011. The oldest son of Austria-Hungary's last emperor and longtime head of one of Europe's most influential families has died at age 98.
(AP/Daylife)

The coffin of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen is placed at the Odeonssquare after the requiem in the Theatinerchurch in Munich July 11, 2011. Otto Habsburg-Lothringen, the eldest son of the last Austrian emperor who became a champion of European unity, died at the age of 98 at his home in Germany on July 4, 2011. (Reuters/Daylife)

The coffins of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen and his wife Regina von Habsburg are carried next to the basilica in Mariazell in the Austrian province of Styria July 12, 2011. Otto Habsburg-Lothringen, the eldest son of the last Austrian emperor who became a champion of European unity, died at the age of 98 at his home in Germany on July 4, 2011. (Reuters/Daylife)

Riflemen carry the coffins of Otto von Habsburg and his wife Regina in Mariazell, Austria Tuesday July 12, 2011. The oldest son of Austria-Hungary's last emperor and longtime head of one of Europe's most influential families had died Monday July 4, 2011 at the age of 98. His wife had died in 2010. Now the couple will be reunited. The burial is scheduled for Saturday July 16, 2011 in Vienna. (AP/Daylife)

The coffins of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen and his wife Regina von Habsburg are carried into the Kapuzinerkirche church in Vienna July 13, 2011. Otto Habsburg-Lothringen, the eldest son of the last Austrian emperor who became a champion of European unity, died at the age of 98 at his home in Germany on July 4, 2011. (Reuters/Daylife)

Archabbot Imre Asztrik Varzegi, background right, of the Hungarian Pannnonhalma Abbey blesses the coffins of Otto von Habsburg and his wife Regina in Mariazell, Austria Tuesday July 12, 2011 while riflemen stand guard. The oldest son of Austria-Hungary's last emperor and longtime head of one of Europe's most influential families had died Monday July 4, 2011 at the age of 98. His wife had died in 2010. Now the couple will be reunited. The burial is scheduled for Saturday July 16, 2011 in Vienna. (AP/Daylife)


Archabbot Imre Asztrik Varszegi blesses the coffins of Otto von Habsburg-Lothringen and his wife Regina von Habsburg at the basilica in Mariazell in the Austrian province of Styria July 12, 2011. Otto Habsburg-Lothringen, the eldest son of the last Austrian emperor who became a champion of European unity, died at the age of 98 at his home in Germany on July 4, 2011. (Reuters/Daylife)

2 comments:

elena maria vidal said...

Thank you for collecting so many photos into one post. This is just what I was looking for.

papabear said...

You're welcome, Madame!