Barbarossa series.. Watch “Engin Altan” Ertugrul reappear in the first official video of the series

The media in Turkey revealed the presentation of the first scene of the upcoming new series “Barbarossa”, where the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the official Turkish TV TRT and its General Director Ibrahim Aran presented, on Sunday, the first scene of the series “Hayyruddin Barbarossa”, the Ottoman leader and the prince of the Ottoman sailors, who led The campaign to confront the Spanish invasion of Algeria between 1516 and 1517.

Ibrahim Aran published the clip in a tweet on his Twitter account, saying, “Soon we will be with the story of our heroes.” In the clip, the hero of the series, Turkish actor Engin Alten Dozyatan, appeared and said, “Wait…Wait.”

The new series deals with an important historical era, and a prominent figure whose name still resonates today, as the Turkish channel TRT1 is preparing to show it.

Khair al-Din Barbarossa was famous, along with his brother, “Uruj”, for heroic legends, in achieving the sovereignty of the Ottoman Empire over its seas and coasts.

According to the Turkish media, the date of the series will be shown soon, without the production company or the show channel revealing the exact date.

The famous Turkish actor Engin Alten Dozyatan plays the title role in the series “Barbarossa”, after he achieved great success in the series “Ertugrul Resurrection”.

It is noteworthy that Khair al-Din Barbaros Pasha is the first commander of the Ottoman naval fleet, and one of the symbols that focused the pillars of the Ottoman Empire in all the areas that it dominated.

Barbarossa Pasha was born in 1478, on the Greek island of “Middle”, where his father, Sabahi Yakub Agha, had settled. He died on July 4, 1546, in the Beşiktaş district of Istanbul, and was buried near a school he established there.

In recent years, Turkish drama has been very popular in Turkish and Arab circles, especially historical dramas such as the series The Capital of Sultan Abdul Hamid and the series Ertugrul Resurrection, and other dramas that try to revive Turkish history.

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