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Ottoman Empire - Lost the Russo-Turkish War

Time: Sunday Mar 3, 1878

Place: Balkans, and Caucasus

Details: The Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878) ended with a decisive victory for Russia. As a result, Ottoman holdings in Europe declined sharply: Bulgaria was established as an independent principality inside the Ottoman Empire; Romania achieved full independence, and Serbia and Montenegro finally gained complete independence, but with smaller territories.



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Certosa di Pavia
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