Turkish Wars



22 July 1684

Turkish horsetails, insignia of high-ranking officers. Horsetails are topped by half-moons and are shown in front of a large Turkish flag, captured at the battle of Hamzsabek, July 22, 1684.

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    Belevedere Palace (1714-1723), the summer residence of Prince Eugen of Savoy.

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    Main gate of Belvedere Palace (1714-1723), the summer residence of Prince Eugene of Savoy, who was the only member of the aristocracywith the privilege of putting the imperial crown over his palace gate.

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    Staircase in the town palace of Prince Eugene of Savoy (1709-1724). Atlas figures by Giovanni Giuliani.

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    Staircase of Belvedere Palace, built for Prince Eugene of Savoy, Austrian Feldmarshall and victor over the Turks. Rich stucco decoration on the walls, putti with bronze lamps (1721-1722). 1721-1722

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    Prince Eugene of Savoy's palace of Rackeve on the island of Czepel, south of Budapest. After the Prince's victories over the Turks, this was the first palace without fotrtifications in the eastern parts of the Empire.

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    Peterwardein (Petrovaradin), a fortress against the Turks built under Prince Eugene of Savoy in the early 18th century.

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    Entrance gate to Peterwardein (Petrovaradin), a fortress against the Turks built under Prince Eugene of Savoy in the early 18th century.

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    View over the rooftops of Petrovaradin, Serbia.

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    Calvary and small church in Karlovac, Croatia.

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    Kalemagdan, the fortress above Beograd, was already a Roman fortification. Sultan Sueleyman the Magnificent conquered it in the 16th century, Prince Eugene of Savoy won it for the Habsburgs.

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    Kalemagdan, the fortress above Beograd, was already a Roman fortification. Sultan Sueleyman the Magnificent conquered it in the 16th century, Prince Eugene of Savoy won it for the Habsburgs.

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    Kalemagdan, the fortress above Beograd, was already a Roman fortification. Sultan Sueleyman the Magnificent conquered it in the 16th century, Prince Eugene of Savoy won it for the Habsburgs.

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    The "Peace Chapel" of Karlovac, Croatia, built in commemoration of the peace of Karlovac in 1699, concluded after the victories of Prince Eugene of Savoy over the Turks near Zenta in 1696.

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    War of the Spanish Succession (1701-1714): Prince Eugene of Savoy relieves Torino, Italy, from the siege by French troops, 1706. Detail: French troops flee across the river Po. Canvas

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    Eugene of Savoy, Prince (1663-1736) - Most important general of his era, model for Frederic II and Napoleon. Victorious over Turks at Mohacs (1687), Zenta (1697), and Belgrade (1717), which marked the end of the Turkish conquest in Europe

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    Eugene of Savoy, Prince (1663-1726), greatest General of his times, joined the Imperial armies when Louis XIV refused to give him a command in the French army; Eugene's victories stopped the Turkish advances upon Europe. He was Governor of the Netherlands from 1714-1724.

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    Prince Eugene of Savoy during the battle of Belgrade, 1717. In the center the Prince accompanied by two high- ranking officers, riding over the bodies of fallen Turks. In the background the fortress of Belgrade. Oil on canvas, 420 x 148 cm

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    Capitulation of the Turkish garrison in Belgrade, 1717. Foreground: the "Howitzer of Belgrade," bronze, by Leopold Halil, Vienna, 1714. The 17 cm caliber howitzer was used during Prince Eugene of Savoy's siege of Belgrade in 1717.

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    Prince Eugene of Savoy and his troops crossing the Danube near Belgrade during the 1717 campaign against the Turks. Scale model. Donaumuseum, Petronell, Austria

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    Turkish horsetails, insignia of high-ranking officers. Horsetails are topped by half-moons and are shown in front of a large Turkish flag, captured at the battle of Hamzsabek, July 22, 1684.

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    Seals of Sultan Mustapha II, captured by the armies of Prince Eugene of Savoy during the battle of Zenta,1697. Background:peace treaty of Karlowitz (1699),between the Imperial troops and Sultan Mustapha II. Documents: Haus Hof- und Staatsarchiv, Vienna.

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    Turkish watch found on the battle field of St. Gotthard in Hungary in 1664

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    The so-called "Turkish bed,"1707,made for the Emperor's suite of the Abbey St.Florian.Monasteries and abbeys in Austria always reserved a suite of rooms for an eventual visit by the Emperor.The Turkish design com- memorates Imperial victories over the Turks.

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    Furniture from the salon of Prince Eugene of Savoy, with his chess-game. Around 1710

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