Anna Katarzyna Sanguszko


Anna Katarzyna Sanguszko

Princess Anna Katarzyna Sanguszko ( _lt. Ana Kotryna Sanguškaitė) (1676–1746) was a Polish-Lithuanian noblewoman.

Anna was married to Prince Karol Stanisław Radziwiłł on March 6, 1691 (Wilno).


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