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İstanbul'un Fethi

İstanbul'un Fethi

Sayfamızda Fatih Sultan Mehmet Sözleri yer alır.

Sayfamızda Fatih Sultan Mehmet Sözleri yer alır.

Fatih Sultan Mehmet ve miskin derviş... #FatihSultanMehmet

Fatih Sultan Mehmet ve miskin derviş.

29 Mayıs 1453 İstanbul’un fethi.The conquest of Istanbul, 29 May 1453 Tuesday was the recoverable.

1453.Osmanlı istanbul'un Fethi

The Conquest of Istanbul, on May 1453 Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire, the capital of Constantinople. It is taken by the Ottoman army led by Mehmed II.

İlginç Tarih: İstanbul’un Fethi Hakkında Bilinmeyenler

İstanbulun Fethinde Yaşanan Olaylar ve Bilinmeyen Gerçekler

Istanbul' un Fethi panosu

Istanbul' un Fethi panosu

Abdulkerim Keskin - Grafik Sanatçı

Abdulkerim Keskin - Grafik Sanatçı

In 1453, an invading Ottoman army led by Sultan Mehmed II besieged and conquered Constantinople, capital of Byzantium. The defeat of the army of Constantine XI marked the final end of the Roman Empire. Though both the besiegers and the besieged used conventional incendiary weapons based on Greek Fire, this conflict is notable in that the Ottomans introduced a super-large siege-cannon that used gunpowder to destroy the walls of the city with missiles.

In 1453, an invading Ottoman army led by Sultan Mehmed II besieged and conquered Constantinople, capital of Byzantium. The defeat of the army of Constantine XI marked the final end of the Roman Empire. Though both the besiegers and the besieged used conventional incendiary weapons based on Greek Fire, this conflict is notable in that the Ottomans introduced a super-large siege-cannon that used gunpowder to destroy the walls of the city with missiles.

Vektörel Çizim | İstanbul'un Fethi, Fatih Sultan Mehmet

Vektörel Çizim | İstanbul'un Fethi, Fatih Sultan Mehmet

İstanbul'un Fetih Resimleri, istanbulun fethi resimli anlatım

Did the Ottomans really move ships over land during the conquest of constantinople?

Siblizade Ahmed, Mehmed II Smelling a Rose, 1480  (Topkapi Palace Museum)

Sultan Mehmet II Smelling a Rose Ahmed Siblizade, 1480 (Topkapi Palace Museum Library, Istanbul)