Cultural Diplomacy under the Ottoman Empire

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Cultural Diplomacy under the Ottoman Empire[edit]

The Ottomans shared close cultural relations with European powers from the Middle Ages up until the end of the nineteenth century. In fact, during the eighteenth century, the Ottoman State sent the highest number of envoys and ambassadors to the European states, especially to the Imperial Court of Vienna and the Republic of Venice. These officials had a huge cultural influence on the Ottoman and European societies of their eras, particularly in terms of facilitating increased interaction across borders.

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