Also known as Ottoman Rising, Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II wages an epic mission to take the Byzantine capital of Constantinople and shapes the course of history for quite a long time.
Shot in Turkey, Rise of Empires: Ottoman recounts the epic fifteenth-century story of Mehmed II, known as Mehmed the Conqueror, chronicling his surprising and legendary ascent from 13-year-old Child Sultan to overturning Constantinople and turning into the leader of the Ottoman Empire. Turkish arrangement Rise of Empires: Ottoman scene 6 English captions.
The Turkish narrative arrangement follows the ascent of the Ottoman Empire under the administration of Mehmed the Conquerer. In 1453 AD, at 21 years old, Sultan Mehmed vanquished Constantinople (presently Istanbul) and stopped the exceptionally old Byzantine Empire.
In the wake of overcoming the city, Sultan Mehmed moved the capital of the Ottoman State from Edirne to Constantinople and set up his court there. Turkish arrangement Rise of Empires: Ottoman scene 6 English captions.
The catch of the city (and two other Byzantine splinter regions before long) denoted the finish of the Roman Empire, a state dated 27 BC, which had gone on for almost 1,500 years.
At home he made numerous political and social changes, energized human expressions and sciences, and before the finish of his rule, his remaking program had changed the city into a flourishing majestic capital. He is viewed as a legend in cutting-edge Turkey and parts of the more extensive Muslim world. Turkish arrangement Rise of Empires: Ottoman scene 6 Urdu captions.