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Hayranıdil Kadınefendi

Hayran-î-Dil Kadınefendi
Born 2 November 1846
Died 26 November 1898
Religion Islam
Spouse(s) Ottoman Sultan Abdülaziz
Children Nazime Sultan
Caliph Abdülmecid II

Hayran-î-Dil Kadınefendi (2 November 1846 – 26 November 1898) was the wife of Ottoman Sultan Abdülaziz, whom she married in Dolmabahçe Palace on 21 September 1866. She was the mother of Nazime Sultan and Abdülmecid II, the last Caliph of the Muslim world. She was born in Kars and died in Ortaköy.


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