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History, 08.10.2019 09:50, lovelifekristy

The ottoman turks viewed constantinople as being strategically important because it 1) was the birthplace of the prophet muhammad. 2) would allow them to control the vatican. 3) was a crossroad between europe and asia. 4) would provide them with access to the persian gulf.

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