Archeologists work at the excavation site of remnants of walls of a medieval mosque unearthed next to the presumed tomb, or turbeh in Turkish, where the inner organs of Ottoman Turkish Sultan Suleiman I are thought to be buried near Szigetvar, 220 kms southwest of Budapest, Hungary, 29 June 2016. The emperor died at Szigetvar during the long-lasting siege of the castle there in 1566 and researchers think his inner organs were buried there while his bones were taken to Istanbul. His tomb was destroyed in the 17th century and since then its location was unknown

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