Turkish Naval High School

Istanbul, Turkey

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  • Turkish Naval High School

    Established: 1773 Istanbul

    Turkish Naval High School (Turkish: Deniz Lisesi); known in the Ottoman period as the Mühendishane-i Bahr-i Hümâyûn (Imperial School of Naval Engineering) and later as the Mekteb-i Bahriye-i Şahane (Imperial Naval School); is a Turkish ...

    Branch: Turkish Navy

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