Albert, Prince Consort Noble person

Albert of saxe coburg and gotha

Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emmanuel; later The Prince Consort; 26 August 1819 – 14 December 1861) was the husband of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. He was born in the Saxon duchy of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld to a family connected to many of Europe's ruling monarchs. At the age of 20 he married his first cousin, Queen Victoria, with whom he would ultimately have nine children. At first, Albert felt constrained by his position as consort, which did not confer any power or duties upon him. Over time he adopted many public causes, such as educational reform and a worldwide abolition of slavery, and took on the responsibilities of running the Queen's household, estates and office. He was heavily involved with the organisation of the Great Exhibition of 1851. Albert aided in the development of Britain's constitutional monarchy by persuading his wife to show less partisanship in her dealings with Parliament—although he actively disagreed with the interventionist foreign policy pursued during Lord Palmerston's tenure as Foreign Secretary.

Personal details

Date of birth
August 26th, 1819
Place of birth
United Kingdom,Germany
Date of death
December 14th, 1861 at age of 42
Place of death
Berkshire, United Kingdom
Cause of death
Typhoid fever
Places lived
Bavaria , Germany
pop. 12,443,372 (2011)



Noble titles

Noble title From To
Prince consort 1840 1861
Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha

Member of order 1

Order name Title Member from
Order of the Thistle 1842


1. University of Bonn Colleges/University

The University of Bonn (German: Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn) is a public research university located in Bonn, Germany. Founded in its present form in 1818, as the linear successor of earlier academic institutions, the University of Bonn is today one of the leading universities in Germany. The University of Bonn offers a large number of undergraduate and graduate programs in a range of subjects. Its library holds more than two million volumes. The University of Bonn has 525 professors and 27,800 students. Among its notable alumni and faculty are seven Nobel Laureates, two Fields Medalists, twelve Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize winners, Pope Benedict XVI, Heinrich Heine, Friedrich Nietzsche and Joseph Schumpeter. In the years 2010 and 2011, the Times Higher Education ranked the University of Bonn as one of the 200 best universities in the world.

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Regina-Pacis-Weg 3, D-53012 - Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia
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University of Cambridge
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Written work

1.The principal speeches and addresses of His Royal Highness the Prince consort. With an introduction, giving some outlines of his character

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1866. at Leipzig


1.Albert Bridge, London

Suspension Bridge
The Albert Bridge is a road bridge over the River Thames in West London, connecting Chelsea on the north bank to Battersea on the south bank. Designed and built by Rowland Mason Ordish in 1873 as an Ordish–Lefeuvre system modified cable-stayed bridge, it proved to be structurally unsound, so between 1884 and 1887 Sir Joseph Bazalgette incorporated some of the design elements of a suspension bridge. In 1973 the Greater London Council added two concrete piers, which transformed the central span into a simple beam bridge. As a result, today the bridge is an unusual hybrid of three different design styles. It is an English Heritage Grade II* listed building. Built as a toll bridge, it was commercially unsuccessful. Six years after its opening it was taken into public ownership and the tolls were lifted. The tollbooths remained in place and are the only surviving examples of bridge tollbooths in London.
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United Kingdom

2.Albert College

Primary school
Albert College is a co-educational independent boarding and day school in Belleville, Ontario, Canada. It is the oldest co-ed independent school in Canada, and the only private school in Belleville. As of 2014, it currently has an enrollment of approximately 300 students from over 20 different countries. The school comprises an Early Primary Learning Centre, a Junior School, a Middle School, and a Senior School, as well as three residences for boarding students. Boarding students are divided into three residences, which are Baker House, for boys in Grade 7 to 10, Graham Hall, for boys in Grade 11 and 12 and Victoria Manor, for all boarding girls. Albert College is also a day school, meaning that local students, who come mainly from Belleville, as well as the nearby communities of Prince Edward County, Napanee, and Kingston, do not live at the school. They are taken in school vans, or drive to school, every day and return home every evening. Albert College's facilities include a chapel, dining hall, a number of art rooms, and a science wing.
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Belleville, Canada
160 Dundas Street West, K8P 1A6 - Belleville, Ontario
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3.Albert Dock

The Albert Dock is a complex of dock buildings and warehouses in Liverpool, England. Designed by Jesse Hartley and Philip Hardwick, it was opened in 1846, and was the first structure in Britain to be built from cast iron, brick and stone, with no structural wood. As a result, it was the first non-combustible warehouse system in the world. At the time of its construction the Albert Dock was considered a revolutionary docking system because ships were loaded and unloaded directly from/to the warehouses. Two years after it opened it was modified to feature the world's first hydraulic cranes. Due to its open yet secure design, the Albert Dock became a popular store for valuable cargoes such as brandy, cotton, tea, silk, tobacco, ivory and sugar. However, despite the Albert Dock's advanced design, the rapid development of shipping technology meant that within 50 years, larger, more open docks were required, although it remained a valuable store for cargo. During the Second World War, the Albert Dock was requisitioned by the Admiralty serving as a base for boats of the British Atlantic Fleet. The complex was damaged during air raids on Liverpool, notably during the May Blitz of 1941.
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Liverpool, England

4.Albert Head, Metchosin

Albert Head is a neighbourhood in Metchosin, British Columbia, Canada, part of the Western Communities area of Greater Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. It is located around and named after the headland of Albert Head, which is Department of National Defence property. Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt operates CFB Albert Head which contains the British Columbia Canadian Ranger Company of the 4th Canadian Ranger Patrol Group, CFB Esquimalt Range Control, and the Regional Cadet Support Unit which hosts Cadet summer training at the camp. Albert Head Lagoon, at the south end of Royal Roads, derives its name from the headland that was named by the Royal Navy for Prince Albert.
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5.Albert Memorial Clock, Belfast

The Albert Memorial Clock is a clock tower situated at Queen's Square in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It was completed in 1869 and is one of the best known landmarks of Belfast.
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6.Albert Park

Australian Suburb
Albert Park is a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, 3 km south of Melbourne's central business district. Its local government area is the City of Port Phillip. At the 2011 Census, Albert Park had a population of 5,955. The suburb of Albert Park extends from the St Vincent Gardens to Beaconsfield Parade and Mills Street. It was settled residentially as an extension of Emerald Hill. It is characterised by wide streets, heritage buildings, terraced houses, open air cafes, parks and significant stands of mature exotic trees, including Canary Island Date Palm and London Planes. Since 1996 Albert Park has been home to the Australian Grand Prix.
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7.Albert Square, Manchester

Albert Square is a public square in the centre of Manchester, England. It is dominated by its largest building, Manchester Town Hall, a Victorian Gothic building by Alfred Waterhouse. Other smaller buildings from the same period surround it, many of which are listed. The square contains a number of monuments and statues, the largest of which is the Albert Memorial, a monument to Prince Albert, Prince consort of Queen Victoria. The square, named after the Prince, was laid out to provide a space for the memorial in 1863–67. Work on the town hall began in 1868 and was completed in 1877.
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8.Albert Street

Albert Street is one of the main east-west roads in downtown Ottawa, Canada. Albert is one way going west. It carries the westbound portion of the transitway through downtown, with Slater Street just to the south carrying the eastbound portion. Previously, it was planned that O-Train would have been extended to downtown running westbound along Albert. Albert Street begins at Elgin Street, where traffic coming off the Mackenzie King Bridge is divided between Albert and Slater. This is just east of Confederation Park and the National Arts Centre. In downtown Albert is lined mainly by government office towers and other facilities such as Constitution Square, but the area become more residential. This area is also home to the former Ottawa Technical High School. At Bronson Avenue Albert turns to the south, as it plunges down \Nanny Goat Hill". The Transitway separates from Albert and Slater Street merges into it at the bottom of this hill.
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9.Albert Street, Brisbane

Albert Street is a road in Brisbane, Australia. It was named after Prince Albert, the Prince Consort of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, and it originally ran from Alice Street to Wickham Terrace. The section between Adelaide Street and Ann Street has now been included in King George Square. The section of Albert Street between Queen Street Mall and Adelaide Street has now been converted into part of the Mall, in connection with the busway tunnel from the Queen Street bus station to the King George Square busway station.
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10.Albert's lyrebird

Biological Species
Albert's lyrebird is a timid, pheasant-sized songbird which is endemic to subtropical rainforests of Australia, in a small area on the state border between New South Wales and Queensland. The rarer of the two species of lyrebirds, Albert's lyrebird is named after Prince Albert, the prince consort of Queen Victoria, queen of the United Kingdom. It lacks the elegant lyre-shaped tail feathers of the superb lyrebird and is found in a much more restricted range. in the past, Albert's lyrebirds were shot to be eaten in pies, to supply tail-feathers to \globe-trotting curio-hunters" or by vandals.
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Albertopolis is the area centred on Exhibition Road in London, England, named after Prince Albert, spouse of Queen Victoria. It contains a large number of educational and cultural sites. It is in South Kensington, split between the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and the City of Westminster, bordered by Cromwell Road to the south and Kensington Road to the north.
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12.Lake Albert

Lake Albert – also Albert Nyanza and formerly Lake Mobutu Sese Seko – is one of the African Great Lakes. It is Africa's seventh-largest lake, and the world's twenty-seventh largest lake by volume.

13.Royal Albert Bridge

Truss Bridge
The Royal Albert Bridge is a railway bridge which spans the River Tamar in England between Plymouth,Devon and Saltash, Cornwall bank. Its unique design consists of two 455 feet lenticular iron trusses 100 feet above the water, with conventional plate-girder approach spans. This gives it a total length of 2,187.5 feet. It carries the Cornish Main Line railway in and out of Cornwall. It was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Surveying started in 1848 and construction commenced in 1854. The first main span was positioned in 1857 and the completed bridge was opened by Prince Albert on 2 May 1859. Brunel died later that year and his name was then placed above the portals at either end of the bridge as a memorial. Work was carried out during the twentieth century to replace the approach spans and strengthen the main spans. It has attracted sightseers since its construction and has appeared in many paintings, photographs, guidebooks, postage stamps and on UK£2 coin. Anniversary celebrations took place in 1959 and 2009.
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14.Royal Albert Hall, London

Royal Albert Hall is a concert hall on the northern edge of South Kensington, London, best known for holding The Proms concerts annually each summer since 1941. It has a capacity of up to 5,272 seats. The Hall is a registered charity held in trust for the nation and receives no public or government funding. Since its opening by Queen Victoria in 1871, the world's leading artists from several performance genres have appeared on its stage and it has become one of the UK's most treasured and distinctive buildings. Each year it hosts more than 350 events including classical concerts, rock and pop, ballet and opera, sports, award ceremonies, school and community events, charity performances and banquets. The Hall was originally supposed to have been called The Central Hall of Arts and Sciences, but the name was changed by Queen Victoria to Royal Albert Hall of Arts and Sciences when laying the foundation stone, as a dedication to her deceased husband and consort Prince Albert.
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London, England


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