Author(s): U?ur KURTARAN
XVIII. entered the Ottoman Empire with the destruction given by the Carlow?tz Treaty, and in 1718 the Warsaw Peace Treaty was signed with the two states in 1718 with a heavy defeat against Austria and Venice during the wars that began in 1716. The treaty left Banat, Little Wallachia (until the Aluta River), and northern Serbia, including Belgrade and northern Bosnia, to Austria. In the Venetians, Atik Mora and some places were taken and the territory of the Bosnia-Herzegovina coast was covered. These developments made significant changes in the borders of the Ottoman State with Austria and Venice. For this purpose, after the treaty, the border control commissions formed by the concerned states established new boundaries after the work. The study focuses on the border restraint studies carried out within the new borders determined after the Passarow?tz Peace Treaty.