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Imperium Romanum Sacrum
Heiliges Römisches Reich
Holy Roman Empire[1]

 

962–1806
Imperial Banner Coat of arms of Maximilian II
The extent of the Holy Roman Empire around 1300, superimposed over today's state borders.
Capital Rome (962-1448)[citation needed]
Vienna (1448-1806)[citation needed]
Language(s) Latin, Germanic, Romance and Slavic dialects
Religion Roman Catholicism (emperor and other imperial princes)
Lutheranism[2] and Calvinism[3] (several imperial princes)
Government Elective monarchy
Emperor For the full list of Holy Roman Emperors, see Holy Roman Emperor.
Legislature Reichstag
Historical era Middle Ages
 - Otto I crowned
    Emperor of the Romans
2 May, 962
 - Conrad II assumes
    crown of Burgundy
1034
 - Peace of Augsburg 1555
 - Peace of Westphalia 24 October 1648
 - Disestablished 6 November, 1806
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Francia
East Francia
Old Swiss Confederacy
Dutch Republic
Confederation of the Rhine
Austrian Empire
First French Empire
Kingdom of Italy
Kingdom of Prussia
United States of Belgium
Principality of Liechtenstein
Ní òní ó jẹ́ apá  Austria
 Belgium
 Czech Republic
 France
 Germany
 Italy
 Liechtenstein
 Luxembourg
 The Netherlands
 Poland
 Slovenia
 Switzerland

Holy Roman Empire



Itokasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. Names of the Holy Roman Empire in other languages:
  2. officially recognized since the Peace of Augsburg 1555
  3. officiallly recognozed since the Peace of Westphalia 1648