King of Hungary

The King of Hungary (Hungarian: magyar király) was the ruling head of state of the Kingdom of Hungary from 1000 (or 1001) to 1918. The style of title "Apostolic King of Hungary" (Apostoli Magyar Király) was endorsed by Pope Clement XIII in 1758 and used afterwards by all Monarchs of Hungary.[1]

Apostolic King of Hungary
Last to reign
Charles IV
StyleHis/Her Apostolic Majesty
First monarchStephen I
Last monarchCharles IV
Formation25 December 1000
Abolition16 November 1918
ResidenceBuda Castle
Pretender(s)Archduke Karl
Crown Jewels of Hungary

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