Ferdinand III
(1769-1824)

Grand Duke of Tuscany (1790-1801) and Grand Duke of Tuscany (1814-1824)

Died aged c. 55

Ferdinand III, Grand Duke of Tuscany (German: Peter Leopold Josef Anton Joachim Pius Gotthard; Italian: Pietro Leopoldo Gieuseppe Antonio Gioacchino Pio Gottardo; English: Peter Leopold Joseph Anton Joachim Pius Gotthard; 6 May 1769 – 18 June 1824) was Grand Duke of Tuscany from 1790 to 1801 and, after a period of disenfranchisement, again from 1814 to 1824. He was also the Prince-elector and Grand Duke of Salzburg (1803–1805) and Grand Duke of Würzburg (1805–1814).

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Commemorated on 2 plaques

Auspiciis et Munificentia Ferdinandi III MD ETR. Aedium spinorum partem Arcu viae imposito flumini antea impendentem gravi periculo dilapsuram Commune Florentinorum AD Civium securitatem et Maiorem amoenitatem loci solo aequandam curavit anno MDCCCXXIII. Vexi Fero Iacobo Comite Guidio

English translation: Under certain magnificence Fernando 3 1500 ETR. The shape of thorns With my bow and hanging over the river in front of the road and put the the grave danger which they fall away Florentines Greater security of their citizens and a delightful place he leveled in the year 1823. Reverse bear James Earle guidiu

Palazzo Spini Feroni - Lungarno degli Acciaiuoli , Florence, Italy where they was (1823)

Petro Leopoldo Archiduci Austria Francisci I Lotharincii Caes Aug Filio Magno Etruria Duci Paterni in Senense Lycaeum Animi Non minus quam Regiae potestatis haeredi Imperium Feliciter Ineunti Antonius Eques Barcaglius Rector Pos an MDCCLXVI Ferdinandus III Etruriae Suae votis Tandem redditus Dum apud s Vigilii aedes novum lycaeum instituit Hoc vetus ad bonas artes Excolendas fovendas augendas Senensibus Largitur Anno MDCCCXVI

English translation: Petrus Leopold, Archduke of Austria, Francis 1 Lotharincii AES Aug son of a great Tuscany led ancestral Senense Lyceum is not less than the seat of power to an empire successfully entering Anthony Knight Barcaglius Guide Pos or 1766 Ferrante 3 Tuscany his hopes at last While at S Vigilii house the new Lycaeum institute this in developing his skills to good old foster increased Siena bestoweth 1816 [Google Translate]

Via della Sapienza, Siena, Italy where they was