Treaty of Constantinople (1562)

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In 1562, Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I and the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman I formalized a truce made in 1547 between Holy Roman and Ottoman Empires. [1]

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The treaty confirmed that the Ottoman Empire kept its gains in central Hungary, while the western and northern Hungary remained under Hapsburg rule. [1] The treaty confirmed that Transylvania remained under Ottoman control. [1]

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Iran–Turkey border

The Iran–Turkey border is 534 km in length and runs from the tripoint with Azerbaijan in the north to the tripoint with Iraq in the south.

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