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Expansion of the Ottoman Empire. Weird to think one of the most powerful empires to exist in our world is now commonly confused with a piece of furniture.

When Constantinople fell to the Ottoman Empire, a large number of scholars and artists fled to Italy. This helped to spark the European Renaissance.

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Expansion of the Ottoman Empire

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The Ottoman Empire. This is a map of the Ottman empire, it shows all the countries that they took over and controlled.

In Ottoman Balkans trade was with the west spread Enlightenment concept. Poland and the czech and slovak areas were part of western cultural orbit.

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History: You can see where the Ottoman Empire was before it was fully defeated by Russia during World War I in this picture. Serbia was one of the many to be under their influence for more than 400 years but finally regained independence in

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The Levant Under Ottoman Rule
The Levant Under Ottoman Rule

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In the century, the Ottoman Empire rapidly expanded into Western Asia and Northern Africa. The fall of Constantinople also allowed them to retake the ancient city from the Byzantines.

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Palestine was part of the Ottoman empire from until Britain wrenched it from the tottering Ottoman regime at the end of World War I.

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