What was the Capital of the Holy Roman Empire?
There was no fixed capital, only residences of the German kings and emperors like Magdeburg (under the Ottonians), Speyer (Salians), Prague (Luxemburg), Vienna (Habsburg); and some important cities like Aachen (where the king was crowned), or Regensburg (where the Reichstag was) or Nuremberg (where the imperial regalia was kept).
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The term "Holy" was used by emperor Frederick Barbarossa in the 12th century as a response to the pope who technically called the emperor one of his vassals. The emperor on th…e other hand felt himself as highest sovereign on earth.
The ruler of the Holy Roman Empire was Henry I, but he didn't last for long so it's considered that his son, Otto I to be the emperor since he lasted very long, and being the …greatest of the empores. by the way the Holy Roman empire is NOT Roman nor holy nor an empire it was a saxon empire, because Otto I was the greatest of all saxon emporers
The capital is: Scanshania
Feudal and farming.
i don't think that it was holy because the event of formation of the empire can be said as the treaty between the then pope and the Frankish's king Charlemagne . according to …me the pope had used Charlemagne for the formation of the holy roman empire to protect himself as he used to do many illegal work.
The holy Roman empire ruled the Romans.
its part of history
Germany was part of the Holy Roman Empire. But was not the Holy Roman Empire.
Voltaire said the Holy Roman Empire was not 'Holy, Roman, or an Empire.'
Although by the time the Holy Roman Empire was officially dissolved it had already been facing centuries of decay and could hardly be called an empire, its final destruction i…s usually attributed to Napoleon Bonaparte who dissolved it during his invasions and replaced it with his own German Confederation.
Because it had a big influence in the Medieval era
The Holy Roman Empire covered modern day Germany, Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Alsace and Lorraine in France, Switzerland, Austria, Bohemia, Slovenia and Italy. The empire lo…st jurisdiction over Italy in 1183, and lost Switzerland in 1499 and the Netherlands in 1581.
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The Holy Roman Empire was very large. The size of the Holy Roman Empire was roughly 386,102 square miles or 1,000,000 square kilometers spanning the areas of Europe.
He brought about its end after a successful invasion.
Holy Roman Empire was created in 962.
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Vatican City in Italy