Suleyman the magnificent

A team of scientists has discovered the foundations of a rare, historic Ottoman village on Hungarian soil as part of a hunt to find the heart of Suleiman the Magnificent, the most famous sultan of the Ottoman Empire. The village was revealed nine months into the project, which has been jointly undertaken by Hungarian and Turkish art historians and archaeologists and is funded by the Turkish government. The aim is to find Suleiman’s shrine, believed to have been built 450 years ago in southern Hungary.

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