Suleiman the Magnificent
Townspeople and Treasure Hunters in Hungary Search for a Sultan’s Buried Heart
The site is believed to be where Suleiman the Magnificent spent his last night before 50,000 of his Ottoman soldiers sacked a nearby fortress defended by 2,500 Christians led by Miklos Zrinyi, a local Croatian-Hungarian nobleman.
SOURCE: The Guardian
Suleiman the Magnificent's tomb believed to have been found in Hungary
Historian says ‘in all certainty’ remains found near Szigetvar in southern Hungary point to resting place of 16th-century sultan of Ottoman Empire
SOURCE: BBC News
Search for Suleiman's heart reveals a whole town
Researchers in Hungary looking for the tomb of Suleiman the Magnificent have uncovered instead traces of a whole Ottoman era town.
SOURCE: BBC News
The search for Suleiman the Magnificent's heart
The Ottoman ruler's body is buried in Istanbul, but his heart is (reputedly) buried in Hungary
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