Daular Usmaniyya (Larabci دولت عليه عثمانیه), (Turkanci Devlet-i ʿAlīye-i ʿOsmānīye), (Turanci Exalted Ottoman State), (Turkanci na wannan zamani; Osmanlı İmparatorluğu, ko Osmanlı Devleti), (Faransanci Empire ottoman),[1][2][1][1][3] daula ce da akayi ta a kasar mai mazauni a kasar Turkiyya a yanzu wadda tadau tsakanin lokacin 1299 zuwa 1923. Daular na zaune a Turkiyya kuma tana da iko da gabashi da kudancin kasashen dake a gefen kogin Meditereniya.

Daular Usmaniyya
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Administration
Government absolute monarchy (en) Fassara, dual monarchy (en) Fassara, absolute monarchy (en) Fassara da dual monarchy (en) Fassara
Capital Söğüt (en) Fassara
Official languages Ottoman Turkish (en) Fassara
Geography
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Area 5200000 km²
Borders with Kingdom of Bulgaria (en) Fassara, Austria-Hungary (en) Fassara da Austrian Empire (en) Fassara
Demography
Population 35,350,000 imezdaɣ. (1856)
Density 6.8 inhabitants/km²
Other information
Currency Akçe (en) Fassara
Tutar daular Usmaniyya
Tambarin daular Usmaniyya
Taswirar daular Usmaniiya a zamanin ta

Tsakanin 1299 Osman I ya kafa daular, kuma tayi karfi sosai tsakanin shekaraun 1400 zuwa 1600, lokacin karfin ikon ta ya mamaye yankunan kudu maso gabashin Turai da kudu maso Yammacin Asiya da kuma arewacin Afrika.

Daular ta samu ne sakamakon cinye kasashe da yaki. Sarki ne ke aikewa da Gwamna zuwa dukkan kasar da daular ta kama domin yayi shugabanci, ana kiran wadannan gwamnonin da Pasha ko Bey. Mafi shahara daga cikin su a karni na 19 shine Muhammad Ali Pasha.

Daular Usmaniyya ta karye ne a lokacin Yaƙin Duniya na I wanda yayi sanadin dukkan kasashen kowacce ta rabu da juna.

ManazartaGyara

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