Dies and the infanta doña Alicia de Borbón, a great hunter – CazaWonke – Hunting and Safaris, your daily hunting.


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This Tuesday has died the infanta Alicia of Bourbon Parma and Habsburg Lorraine at 13:30 hours in Madrid, at the age of 99 years, accompanied by their loved ones, reported to ABC sources close to the family.

Dona Alicia of Bourbon Parma, born princess of austria, received the title of Infanta of Spain by her marriage with the infante don Alfonso of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (1901-1964), brother of doña María de las Mercedes, countess of Barcelona, mother of don Juan Carlos.

Fallece la infanta doña Alicia de Borbón, una gran cazadora - CazaWonke - Caza y Safaris, tu diario de caza.The infanta doña Alicia with the Prize Hunting Sum Hispanic Honorary.

Born in Vienna in 1917, was one of eight children of the marriage formed by Elias I, duke of Parma, and archduchess Maria Anna of Austria. Raised in the residence that her parents had in Lower Saxony, where he acquired his passion for nature and hunting, so much so that five years accompanied his father to the chase, and the twelve won their first trophy by killing a deer. Is the only woman who has all the trophies, hunting the iberian, including bear, lynx and wolf.

As a big fan of the field introduced in Spain species of dog such as dachshunds or drathaars and excelled in being a famous and historical places (many farms of big game hunting where I used to go had reserved “the Post of the Infanta” for her to deal with in the monterías). He received the Award for Hunting Sum Hispanic

Fallece la infanta doña Alicia de Borbón, una gran cazadora - CazaWonke - Caza y Safaris, tu diario de caza.The infanta doña Alicia with his grandson, Rodrigo Moreno, director of the fair Game.

Honorary, an award of recognition to our big game hunting and the hunters that have managed to overcome their ten-game species, and which in your case is granted by having killed twelve of them, when the lynx and the brown bear were species of game, an award that was given to him by the president and by the director of the fair Game in the year 2014.

According to account the same day as the Infanta of Spain, doña Alicia had the right to have been buried in the Pantheon of Infantes in the Monastery of The Escorial. However, by his express wish, his ashes will be based in Glashütten, near Mönichkirchen in Lower Austria. His mortal remains have been transferred to the Morgue of The Peace, in Three Cantos.