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Spain and its Italian allies beat the Ottomans in the Mediterranean in which battle? a. Battle of Hapsburg c. Battle of the Ottomans b. Battle of Holland d. Battle of Lepanto
Spain and its Italian allies beat the Ottomans in the Mediterranean in Battle of Lepanto.
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