Category:Princess Anna of Montenegro

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Princess Anna of Montenegro 
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Date of birth18 August 1874
Cetinje
Date of death22 April 1971
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Princess Anna of Montenegro (es); Anne de Monténégro (fr); Анна Черногорская (ru); Anna von Montenegro (de); Ana de Montenegro (pt); Ана од Батенберга (sr); Prințesa Ana de Muntenegru (ro); アンナ・フォン・モンテネグロ (ja); Anna del Montenegro (it); Anna av Montenegro (nb); Anna van Montenegro (nl); 安娜·佩特羅維奇-涅戈什公主 (黑山) (zh-hant); 安娜·佩特罗维奇-涅戈什公主 (黑山) (zh-cn); Анна Петрович-Негош (uk); Anna Petrovics-Njegoš (hu); Princess Anna of Montenegro (en); أميرة آنا من الجبل الأسود (ar); Anna Černohorská (cs); Anna af Montenegro (da) principessa (it); política montenegrina (1874–1971) (ast); montenegró-i hercegnő, battenbergi hercegné (hu); Mitglied aus dem Haus Petrović-Njegoš (de); composer (en); compositrice, princesse de Monténégro (fr); černohorská princezna (cs); politica uit Montenegro (1874-1971) (nl) Prințesa Anna de Muntenegru (ro); Anna Petrović-Njegoš (cs); Anna Prinzessin von Montenegro (de); Anna Petrović-Njegoš (nl)

Princess Anna of Montenegro (18 August 1874 - 22 April 1971) was the seventh child and sixth daughter of Nicholas I of Montenegro and his wife Milena Vukotić.

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