San Stefano

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Bulgarian Crisis (1885–1888) - Background
... This concluded with the Treaty of San Stefano and the subsequent Treaty of Berlin in 1878 which established an independent Bulgarian principality ... foreign minister Gyula Andrassy to dismantle and rework the provisions of San Stefano ...
San Stefano (disambiguation)
... San Stefano can refer to Yeşilköy, a part of the Bakırköy district of Istanbul, Turkey San Stefano Grand Plaza, a structural complex in Alexandria, Egypt Santo Stefano Rotondo, an ...
Basilica Church - Architectural Style - Early Christian
... period are the two ancient circular churches of Rome, The Basilica of Santa Costanza and San Stefano Rotondo ... Corinthian capitals at Santa Sabina and Santa Costanza, and all three orders at San Stefano ... roofless ruins, a state which almost overtook San Stefano, prior to a renovation in the 15th century ...
Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878) - Aftermath - Intervention By The Great Powers
... battleships to intimidate Russia from entering the city, and Russian forces stopped at San Stefano ... entered into a settlement under the Treaty of San Stefano on March 3, by which the Ottoman Empire would recognize the independence of Romania, Serbia, Montenegro ... with different governors and the Macedonian region, originally part of Bulgaria under San Stefano, would return to direct Ottoman administration ...

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