Principality of Upper Hungary
|Principality of Upper Hungary|
|Vassal state of the Ottoman Empire|
Principality of Upper Hungary in 1683
|-||Established||November 19, 1682|
|-||Disestablished||October 15, 1685|
The Principality of Upper Hungary (in Hungarian: Felső-Magyarországi Fejedelemség, in Turkish: Orta Madjar) was a short lived Ottoman vassal state ruled by Imre Thököly. It was established on 19 of November, 1682. The polity agreed to pay 20,000 gold to the Ottomans annually. In 1685 Thököly had been defeated at Eperjes (Prešov) and the Turks imprisoned him because of his previous negotiations with Leopold therefore his realm ceased to exist.