|Reign||February 21, 1719-February 29, 1720|
|Coronation||March 17, 1719|
|Royal motto||"In Deo spes mea"|
("In God my hope")
|Prince Consort||Frederick of Hesse|
|Predecessor||Charles XII of Sweden|
|Successor||Frederick I of Sweden|
|Date of Birth||January 23, 1688|
|Place of Birth||Royal Palace in Stockholm|
|Date of Death||November 24, 1741|
|Place of Death||Stockholm|
Ulrike Eleonora, or Ulrika Eleonora, (February 29, 1688 - 1741), Queen of Sweden from 1718 to 1720, was the daughter of King Charles XI of Sweden and Ulrike Eleonora of Denmark. She succeeded to the throne of Sweden as the heiress of her brother, King Charles XII of Sweden, upon his death at Fredrikshald on November 30, 1718.
In 1715 she married Landgrave Friedrich I of Hesse-Kassel and in 1720 Ulrike Eleonora abdicated in favour of her husband who succeeded her on the throne, becoming King Frederick I of Sweden. Queen Ulrike Eleonora died of smallpox in 1741 after a childless marriage.
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