Why was the Siege of Vienna important?


Why was the Siege of Vienna important?

Siege of Vienna:

In the late 1600s, the Ottoman Empire was at the height of its powers. It attached the Hapsburg monarchy's possessions in Austria, which then was part of a much larger central European empire. It was famous for having the largest cavalry charge in history, with some 15,000 soldiers on horseback attacking.

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The Siege of Vienna was hugely important because it is often seen as the apex of Ottoman power. Before the siege, they were perhaps the most powerful...

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