Death of Abdurrahman Abdi Pasha the Albanian Battle of Buda (1686).
Death of Abdurrahman Abdi Arnavut during Battle of Buda (1686).
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Albanian man 1890-1899 (Antonio Zeno Schindler)
Albanian art - My Sister Tone, 1883 by Kolë Idromeno (National Art Gallery, Tirana)
Ali Pasha and Kira Vasiliki
Memorial of Abdurrahman Pasha in Buda Castle
The Holy League took Buda after a long siege in 1686
albanian painters - Vangjush Mio (1891-1957)
School of Paul Emil Jacobs - The Pasha's Favourite (Ali Pasha and Kira Vassiliki)
Jean-Léon Gérôme – An Albanian bashi-bazouk on his donkey crossing the desert in Egypt.
Arnaut (Albanian) Buvant 1856. (Jean-Leon Gerome)
agim sulaj art - Buscar con Google
Unknown - presenting from left to right (Albanian guard, Ali Pasha, an unidentified
Albanian Warrior (artwork)
Prayer in the Mosque - Jean-Leon Gerome .
Siege of Buda 1686 by Frans Geffels
Albanian Congress of Trieste
Gyula Benczúr - Image: Benczur hunyadi laszlo bucsuja
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Gyula Benczúr - Self-portrait (1917)
Chief of the Albanian General Staff - Image: Gustav von Myrdacz
Siege of Belgrade (1688) - Belgrade in 1684, one of the strongest Ottoman
State organisation of the Ottoman Empire - Mustafa II receiving the French embassy of Charles de
Koca Yusuf Pasha - Koca Yusuf Pasha
Mehmet Pashë Dërralla - Image: Mehmet Pasha Deralla
Abdurrahman Abdi Pascha, Grabmal auf der Anjou-Schanze der Festung Ofen
Chief of the Albanian General Staff - Image: 01 Ali Shefqet Shkupi
Kara Mehmed Pasha (died 1722) - The modern-day location of the Kara
Ferhad Pasha Sokolović - Ferhad Pasha Sokolović
Veli Këlcyra - Image: Veli Bey Kelcyra, Albanian founding father
Hurshid Pasha - Friedel, 1832
State organisation of the Ottoman Empire - Harem of Topkapı Palace
Xhemal Aranitasi - Xhemal Aranitasi with King Zog
Ahmed Izzet Pasha - Ahmed Izzet Pasha arriving in Jerusalem, 1917
Temeşvar Eyalet - Image: Banat 1700
Patrona Halil - Patrona Halil
Historical coat of arms of Buda, used between 1703-1873.
Christo Dako - Who are the Albanians (in Albanian) from Christo Dako, published
Osman Nuri Pasha - Statue of Osman Pasha in Tokat
Medieval Royal Palace (Buda Castle)
Chief of the Albanian General Staff - Image: Jeronim Bazo NJNJ Graduation Ceremony 29 July
Namık Kemal - Image: Kemalbey
Aqif Pasha Elbasani - Statue of Aqif Pasha in Elbasan
Samuel Chidley - Henry Burton.
Pasha of Tripoli - Image: Mahmud Nedim Pasha
Hysni Curri - Image: Hysni Curri, Albanian military
Ali Asllani - Image: Ali Asllani, Albanian politician and writer
Safranbolulu Izzet Mehmet Pasha - Image: Sadrazamizzetmehmetp aşa
Prenk Pervizi - General Prenk Pervizi
Ottoman–Hungarian Wars ...
Faik Konica - Konica depicted on an Albanian postal stamp
Charles V, Duke of Lorraine
Pjetër Bogdani - Pjetër Bogdani on a 1989 Albania stamp
Safranbolulu Izzet Mehmet Pasha - İzzet Mehmet Pasha Mosque
Hamza bey Kazazi - Hamza Kazazi, ca. 1858
Charles, Prince of Commercy
Statue of Blessed Pope Innocent XI - Budapest, Hungary
Egyptian invasion of Sudan 1820–24 - an 1841 portrait of Muhammad Ali
Aqif Pasha Elbasani - From left to right: General Willem De Veer, Ibrahim Biçakçiu
Hungarian National Museum ...
Buda Castle quarter, miscellaneous photos - Budapest, Hungary
Drawing of the Siege of Buda in 1684
The "all-glass" upper station building of the Budapest Castle Hill Funicular (
Arnaut of the Albanian battalion with his wife. - Stock Image
The neoclassical style Sándor Palace (or "Alexander Palace", in Hungarian "Sándor
Kostaq Kota - Image: Koco Kotta
The baroque Erdődy Palace (or Erdődy House) - Budapest, Hungary
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Statue of Sulejman Pashë Bargjini, legendary founder of Tirana, capital of Albania. -
National Dance Theatre of Buda (in Hungarian "Budai Várszínház" or "Nemzeti Táncszínház
Tárnok Café & Brewery in the medieval house with painted facade - Budapest, Hungary
Bosnian uprising (1831–32) - Sultan Mahmud II's actions were the catalyst for