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"History - 10th to 19th century" Top 5 Page for this destination Belgrade Favorite Tip by Prasnjavi

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  Turks in Belgrade
by Prasnjavi

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(1072) Belgrade was taken by Byzantine Empire
(1096) Hungarian army destroyed Belgrade, but it remained under Byzantine control
(1127) Hungarian king Stefan The Second destroyed Belgrade and uses the stones to build Zemun
(1154) Byzantine emperor Manuel The First destroyed Zemun and took the stones back to rebuild Belgrade
(1182) Hungary attacked and ransacked Belgrade
(1185) Byzantine Empire regained Belgrade by diplomatic means
(1230) Belgrade belonged to Bulgaria
(1232) Belgrade became part of Hungary
(1284) Belgrade was given to Serbian king Dragutin from Hungarian Crown, and it is the first time Belgrade came under Serbian rule
(1316) Dragutin's brother Milutin took Belgrade by military force
(1319) The Hungarians deprived King Milutin of the rule over Belgrade
(1382) Enemies of Hungarian Crown, Horvat brothers, conquered Belgrade
(1386) Hungary regained control over Belgrade
(1403) Under Despot Stefan Lazarevic Belgrade became the capital of medieval Serbia
(1427) The Hungarians took Belgrade from Despot Djuradj Brankovic
(1440) Turkey attacked Belgrade, but it remained unconquered, although it was heavily damaged
(1456) Sultan Mahmud The Second conducted unsuccessful siege of Belgrade
(1521) Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent conquered Belgrade
(1688) Duke Maximilian of Bavaria conquered Belgrade
Belgrade felt again under the Turkish rule
(1717) Prince Eugene of Savoy captured Belgrade
(1723-1736) Construction of Belgrade fortress by the plans of colonel Nikola Doksat de Mores
(1739) By Belgrade peace treaty, made between Austria and Turkey, Belgrade was given to the Turks, again
(1789) Marshal Gideon Ernst Laudon captured Belgrade
(1791) Peace treaty of Svishtov Belgrade was given back to the Turks

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