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    Niloufer Farhat Begum Sahiba (b January 4, 1916) was one of the last princesses of the Ottoman Empire. She was married to the second son of the last Nizam of Hyderabad in India Moazzam Jah. She was judged one of the 10 most beautiful women in the world. She died in Paris on June 12, 1989. - ♥ Rhea Khan

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    Ottoman style - traditional - Turkey

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    Ottoman style - traditional - Turkey

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