Ottoman dynasty

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the Turkish dynasty that ruled the Ottoman Empire from the 13th century to its dissolution after World War I

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To improve relations with his other archenemy, he presented the Golconda d'or diamond to the Ottoman Sultan.
All the Ottoman Sultans -" from Suleiman "the magnificent" to Sultan Abdul-Hamid (RA) -" were great patrons of Jerusalem, making surrounding territories of the mosques as their Waqf properties.
In 1534, the Ottoman sultan Suleyman I conquered the region of Baghdad, where Fuzuli lived, from the Safavid Empire.
Thus the protagonist of the Hikayat Hang Tuah leads an (imaginary) embassy to Istanbul on behalf of Johor, learns fluent Turkish, and is received in audience by the Ottoman sultan, thereby outdoing the (real) Acehnese mission.
The Ottomans were commanded by 21-year-old Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II, who defeated an army commanded by Byzantine Emperor Constantine XI Palaiologos.
Lebanon had a different name and its Shi'ites were persecuted by Ottoman Sultan Selim-I.
Set in the 16th century, the TV show Magnificent Century, known in the Gulf as Harem Al Sultan, is based on the life of Ottoman Sultan SE-leyman the Magnificent, the longest reigning Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, and his wife HE-rrem Sultan, a slave girl who became Sultana.
The Magnificent Century' a historical soap opera on the life of the Ottoman Sultan SE-leyman has become a television legend when first broadcast in 2011.
The majestic HaydarpaE-a, built in a regal neoclassical style by two German architects in the early 1900's, was a lofty present from Kaiser Wilhelm II to the Ottoman Sultan AbdE-lhamid II.
The contest is named after Hurrem Sultan who was the favorite consort and later the legal wife of Ottoman Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent.
The future bloodsucker here is Prince Vlad III Tepes (Luke Evans), whose peaceful reign in 15th-century Transylvania is threatened when an Ottoman sultan (Dominic Cooper) demands the handover of 1,000 boys, to join his army.
The future bloodsucker here is Prince Vlad III Tepes (Luke Evans), a loving husband and father whose peaceful reign in 15th-century Transylvania is threatened when an Ottoman sultan (Dominic Cooper) demands the handover of 1,000 boys, including Vlad's son, to join his army.
By opening a railway tunnel that turns into reality a dream initially seen by an Ottoman sultan nearly one and a half century ago , Turkey has for the first time linked its European and Asian sides.
Plans for a rail tunnel below the Bosphorus date to at least 1891, when Ottoman Sultan Abdulhamid, a patron of public works whom Erdogan frequently evokes, had French engineers draft a submerged tunnel on columns that was never built.
But he met his match in the Ottoman Sultan Selim I, who earned the moniker "the Grim" for his cruelty against Turkish Alevis, whom he considered a fifth column for the Shi'a--that is to say, for Iran.