Marie Antoinette was born Maria Antonia Josephina Johanna on November 2, 1755 in Vienna, Austria—the musical capital of the world at the time. She was the 15th of 16 children born to Habsburg Empress Maria Theresa and Emperor Francis of Lorraine.
Celebrated in the United States and in various countries around the world, March is Women's History Month. Honoring women of the past while illuminating the many injustices women still face and raise awareness about gender inequality, the first “National Women's Day” was established on February 28, 1909. In this post, you'll discover seven influential women who’ve left their mark in various frontiers.