Suleiman I

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Coat of arms of the Ottoman Empire (1882–1922).svg    Suleiman the Magnificent
سلطان سليمان اول
Sultan of the Ottoman Empire
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques
Islamic Caliph
Amir al-Mu'minin
Suleyman I attributed to school of Titian c.1530
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Period Growth of the Ottoman Empire
Coronation 30 September 1520
Full Name Sulemian I
Born 6 Nobyembre 1494(1494-11-06)
Birthplace Trabzon
Died 5/6 September 1566 (aged 71)
Place of death Szigetvár, Hungary
Buried Süleymaniye Mosque, Constantinople[1][2] (present day Istanbul)
Predecessor Selim I
Successor Selim II
Consort Hürrem Sultan
Haseki Hürrem Sultan
Mahidevran Sultan

Shahzade Mahmud (1511–1521)
Shahzade Mustafa (1515–1553)
Shahzade Mehmed (1523–1543)
Mihrimah Sultana (1524–1578)
Selim II (1525–1574)
Shahzade Bayezid (1527–1561)

Shahzade Cihangir (1535–1553)
Royal House House of Osman
Dynasty Ottoman Dynasty
Father Selim I
Valide Sultan Ayşe Hafsa Sultan

Hi Suleiman I (Tinurkiya Otomano: سليمان Sulaymān, Tinurkiya: Süleyman; agsob igtawag nga Kanuni Sultan Süleyman) (6 Nobyembre 1494 – 5/6/7 Septyembre 1566), amo an ikanapulo ngan gihahalaba-i nga namuno nga Sultan han Imperyo Otomano, tikang 1520 kutob ha iya kamatay han 1566.

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  1. The Encyclopædia Britannica, Vol.7, Edited by Hugh Chisholm, (1911), 3; Constantinople, the capital of the Turkish Empire...
  2. Britannica, Istanbul Archived 2007-12-18 at the Wayback Machine.:When the Republic of Turkey was founded in 1923, the capital was moved to Ankara, and Constantinople was officially renamed Istanbul in 1930.

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