House of Bourbon-Anjou

The House of Bourbon-Anjou,[1][2][3] is a branch of the House of Bourbon that descends from Philip V of Spain. It is the current ruling dynasty of Spain.

House of Bourbon-Anjou
Arms of Anjou- Coat of Arms of Spain Template.svg
Parent houseHouse of Bourbon
Country Spain
Founded16 November 1700; 321 years ago (1700-11-16)
FounderPhilip V (Felipe V)
Current headFelipe VI of Spain
Titles
Style(s)"His/Her Majesty"
"His/Her Royal Highness"
"His/Her Excellency"
MottoPlus ultra
(Latin for 'Further beyond')
Estate(s)Royal Palace of Madrid (seat)
Palace of Zarzuela (residence)
Royal Palace of El Pardo
Royal Site of El Escorial
Royal Palace of Aranjuez
Royal Palace of La Granja
Royal Palace of Riofrío
Royal Palace of La Almudaina
DepositionSpain:

Naples, Sardinia, Sicily, Milan, Lothier, Brabant, Limburg, Luxemburg, Namur, Flanders, Hainaut:

New Granada:

Río de la Plata:

New Spain:

Peru:

Parma:

Two Sicilies:

Cadet branchesHouse of Bourbon-Braganza
House of Bourbon-Parma
House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Feal Vázquez; Javier (2003). "Los símbolos de la Patria" (PDF).
  2. ^ Fernández-Xesta y Vázquez; Ernesto (2012). "La heráldica familiar". Emblemata : Revista Aragonesa de Emblemática : E.r.a.e. ISSN 1137-1056.
  3. ^ Campos Pérez; Lara (2009). "Iconografía de la idea de España en los manuales escolares durante la transición a la democracia (1976-1983)". Cuadernos de Historia Contemporánea. 32: 109–130. ISSN 0214-400X.