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The Siege of Kamenets or Kamianets (Polish: Oblężenie Kamieńca Podolskiego; Turkish: Kamaniçe kuşatması) was laid by the Ottoman Empire in what is now Ukraine in 1672.
Kamenets or Kamaniche (Kamianets-Podilskyi), known as the "key to Podolia", had heavy fortifications and a substantial garrison of about 1500 soldiers (Poles, Ukrainians and Lithuanians). The Ottoman army was under command of Köprülü Fazıl Ahmed Pasha and numbered 150 thousand soldiers with reinforcements from the army of Tatars, Moldavians, Wallachians and Cossacks. The castle survived two weeks-worth of assaults, but finally capitulated on 27 August 1672. The loss of the key fortress obliged Poland to sign the Peace of Buczacz, which compelled Poland and Lithuania to pay a yearly tribute to the Turks of 22,000 ducats. During the siege stolnik przemyski pułkownik Jerzy Wołodyjowski led many successful sallies with light cavalry and came to Żwaniec's rescue.
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Coordinates: 48°41′N 26°35′E / 48.683°N 26.583°E