Palatinate-Neuburg

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Duchy of Palatinate-Neuburg

Herzogtum Pfalz-Neuburg
1505–1808
Flag of Palatinate-Neuburg
Flag
Coat of arms (1609–1685) of Palatinate-Neuburg
Coat of arms
(1609–1685)
Neuburg Castle
StatusState of the Holy Roman Empire (until 1806)
CapitalNeuburg an der Donau
Common languagesBavarian
Religion
Calvinism
GovernmentPrincipality
Count Palatine 
• 1505–57
Otto Henry
• 1557–69
Wolfgang
• 1653–90
Philip William
• 1742–99
Charles Theodore
Historical eraMiddle Ages
July 30, 1505
• In personal union with the Electorate of the Palatinate
1556–1557
• Ceded to Zweibrücken
1557
• Sulzbach separated
1614
• Merged with the Electorate of the Palatinate
1685
• Disestablished
1808
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Bavaria-Landshut Bavaria-Landshut
Electoral Palatinate

Palatinate-Neuburg (German: Herzogtum Pfalz-Neuburg, Bavarian: Pfoiz-Neiburg) was a state of the Holy Roman Empire until 1806. It lasted from 1505–1808. The capital of Palatinate-Neuburg was Neuburg an der Donau.