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Manastir Vilayet

ولايت مناستر
Vilâyet-i Manastır
Vilayet of the Ottoman Empire

1874–1877
1879–1912

 

 

Location of Manastir Vilayet
Manastir Vilayet in 1900
Capital Manastir[1]
History
 •  Established 1874
 •  Disestablished 1912
Population
 •  1911[2] 1,069,789 
Today part of  Albania
 Macedonia
 Greece

 Kosovo

The Vilayet of Manastir[3] (Ottoman Turkish: ولايت مناستر, Vilâyet-i Manastır‎)[4] was a first-level administrative division (vilayet) of the Ottoman Empire, created in 1874, dissolved in 1877 and re-established in 1879.[5] The vilayet was occupied during the First Balkan War in 1912 and divided between the Kingdom of Greece and the Kingdom of Serbia,[5] with some parts later becoming part of the newly established Principality of Albania.

Administrative divisions

Initially the Manastir Vilayet had the following sanjaks:[6]

After administrative reforms in 1867 and 1877 some parts of the Manastir Vilayet were ceded to newly established Scutari Vilayet (1867) and Kosovo Vilayet (1877).

Administrative divisions of Manastir Vilayet until 1912:[7]

References

  1. ^ Encyclopaedia Britannica 1911 Edition, Monastir.
  2. ^ Teaching Modern Southeast European History. Alternative Educational Materials, p. 26
  3. ^  
  4. ^ Salname-yi Vilâyet-i Manastır ("Yearbook of the Vilayet of Monastir"), Manastır vilâyet matbaası, Manastır [Macedonia], 1292 [1875]. in the website of Hathi Trust Digital Library.
  5. ^ a b Birken, Andreas (1976). Die Provinzen des Osmanischen Reiches. Beihefte zum Tübinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients (in German) 13. Reichert. pp. 71–72.  
  6. ^ Gjurmime albanologjike (in Serbian). Pristina: Albanološki institut u Prištini. 1968. p. 177. Retrieved 4 January 2012. 
  7. ^ http://tarihvemedeniyet.org/documents/makaleler/20.%20yy%20Osmanli%20Vilayetleri.pdf Ottoman Provinces before 1908

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