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Charles IV. was the eleventh Czech king ruling as Charles I from August 1346 until his death in 1378. Charles IV. he was a Roman-German king, an Italian (Lombard) king, a king of Burgundy, a Moravian margrave and a count of Luxembourg. He was the first Czech king to become emperor of the Holy Roman Empire and also the last crowned king of Burgundy. He thus became the sole ruler of all the kingdoms of the Holy Roman Empire. Embark with us on a trip to Prague, which will show you places you may not even know are under Charles IV's signature.