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Mohacs, Hungary.
Hungary

Fogadalmi templom belseje. / Interior The Church of Cohesion in  Mohacs.

Battle of Mohacs was fought on 1526 near Mohács, Hungary. In the battle, forces of the Kingdom of Hungary led by King Louis II of Hungary and Bohemia were defeated by forces of the Ottoman Empire led by Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent.

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