SULTAN MURAD V. (1876-1876)

Sultan V. Murad (1876-1876)


The 33th Ottoman Emperor Murad V. (1840-1904) was the son of Sultan Abdülmecid and Şevkefza Valide Sultan. He was born in 22 September 1840. When he was a prince he received Ottoman language education from Ferid Efendi, hadith education from Sheik Hafız Efendi, Buhari-i şerif education from Gerdankıran Ömer Hulusi Efendi and french education from Monsieur Gardet and he received musical education from Guatelli Paşa and Italian Lombardi. Murad V. who was interested in history, philosophy, painting, he was rather occupied with music and architecture. He accompanied his uncle Sultan Abdülaziz during his visit to Egypt in 1863 and to Europe in 1867. After Sultan Abdülaziz he ascended to the throne in 30 May 1876, but after a short while he became sick due to the development of the incidents and in 29 August 1876 he was dethroned . He spent his remaining years in Çırağan Palace and when he died in 29 August 1904, he was buried next to his mother Şevkefza Valide Sultan in the grave of Yeni Mosque.

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SULTAN SELİM III. (1789-1807)
SULTAN ABDÜLMECİD (1839-1861)
SULTAN ABDÜLAZİZ (1861-1876)
SULTAN MURAD V. (1876-1876)
SULTAN ABDÜLHAMİD II. (1876-1909)
SULTAN MEHMED REŞAD (1909-1918)
SULTAN MEHMED VAHİDEDDİN VI. (1918-1922)
CALIPH ABDÜLMECİD EFENDİ (1922-1924)
Mustafa Kemal ATATÜRK (1881-1938)
 
 
 
 
 
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