Map of Decline of Turkish Power
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Map of the Decline of Turkish Power from 1815 to 1912
The Ottomans for centuries ruled much of the Balkans, the "powder-keg of Europe," and other areas around Turkey and Asia Minor, including Wallachia, Moldavia, Dobrudja, Bulgaria, Serbia, Thrace, Macedonia, Eastern Roumelia, Thessaly, Albania, Greece, Montenegro, Bosnia, Crete, Rhodes, Samos, and Cyprus. Click for our free educational materials on the Ottoman Empire.
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