Treaty of Adrianopol ends Russo-Turkish war

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Historical Context Note

  • The Literary Encyclopedia. Volume Ottoman Writing and Culture, 1300-1922.

Treaty of Adrianople ends Russo-Turkish War and Sultan Mahmud II recognises London Protocol (Mar. 1829) which guarantees territory of Greece, the independence of Danubian Provinces and of Serbia, while Tsar Nicholas I obtains land south of Caucasus.

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Editors. "Treaty of Adrianopol ends Russo-Turkish war". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2010
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