Rumelia


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Rumelia

(ruːˈmiːlɪə)
n
(Historical Terms) history the possessions of the Ottoman Empire in the Balkan peninsula: including Macedonia, Albania, Thrace, and an autonomous province (Eastern Rumelia) ceded in 1885 to Bulgaria
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September 6, 1885 was the day when the Principality of Bulgaria (Knyazhestvo Bulgaria, which comprised most of present-day Northern and Western Bulgaria) and the then-Ottoman province of Eastern Rumelia (Southern Bulgaria) in the autumn of 1885.
The first relevant GSB / 1907 Law "on settlement and distribution of lands in Thessaly and the establishment of the Agricultural Fund", a derivative of the state care following the annexation of Thessaly (in 1881) defined, for the particular region of the Greek state, areas of establishment (settlements) for the expatriates (homogenous) "from Eastern Romania, Bulgaria and Rumelia.
Being able to state the changing position of women in Ottoman Rumelia will shed light for a part of Ottoman modernization reverberated in social life.
Contract award notice: restoration of akz of overhead 220 kv rumelia from vv.
La adquisicion de Karasi permitio a los otomanos comenzar la conquista de las tierras europeas en Rumelia (21) a traves de los Dardanelos.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A ship, steer of which was locked due to an unknown reason, escaped the danger of hitting the shores of Rumelia Fortress in ystanbul on Tuesday in the last minute.
In Romania, Muslim Rroma arrived in the early 16th century in Dobrogea as a division (sanjak) of some Gypsies serving the Ottoman army, according to the Specific Law for the Gypsies of Rumelia in 1530, and the Law for the supervision of the sanjak of Gypsies of 1541, fact that does not exclude the Rroma that came from other areas in the Ottoman dominated regions and embraced Islam.
The situation in the Balkans got worst in September 1885, when the mutiny from Eastern Rumelia outburst, leading to the proclamation of this province's union with Bulgaria, under the reign of Alexander von Battenberg.
Units of the Ottoman Army in Rumelia [the European dominions of the Empire] had rebelled, leading eventually to the so-called Young Turk Revolution of 24 July 1908, as a result of which the Sultan AbdA1/4lhamid was forced to re-convene the Ottoman parliament after an interval of over 30 years.
Stands, capable of seating thousands of spectators, have been erected along the Al Rumelia Park for Families.
I am the sultan of sultans, the proof of emperors, the distributor of crowns to the monarchs of the surface of the earth, the shadow of God on the lands, the sultan of the White [Mediterranean] Sea, the Black Sea, Anatolia, Rumelia, Karaman, of Rum, of the provinces of the Zulkadir, of Diyarbakir, of Kurdistan, of Azerbaijan, of Persia, of Syria, of Egypt, of Mecca and Medina, of Jerusalem, of all the lands of Arabia, of the Yemen, of Hungary, and of the many lands which my glorious and august majesty has conquered with a flaming sword, praise be to God and God is great".
At the end of the 16th century, for instance, Sinan Pasha accused his rival Ferhad Pasha of accumulating almost 135 million akces, more than the treasury's annual revenues from Anatolia and Rumelia, from appointment fees between 1586 and 1590 as commander-in-chief.