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This tomb, which is also the symbol of Bursa, is one of the most beautiful and unique samples of Ottoman tomb architecture. A lead dome perched on a high hoop covers the octagonal structure, which can be climbed via a marble stairway.
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This is a small shrine but the architecture and decoration are beautiful. It is reminiscent of Central Asia. It is also located in a beautiful area of town in amongst trees and park. Surrounded by traditional houses that have been lovingly maintained.
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It s à color That enters your soûl, believe me, this kind of Green gets better and better because it s old
It s thé Green of paradise.............. Thé color of paradise à perfection color
Bursa’s Green Mausoleum (Yeşil Türbesi) is the resting place of Mehmet I Çelebi (1381-1421), the fifth Ottoman sultan. The tomb was constructed by the sultan himself and is located in his social complex in Bursa’s Yeşil (green) neighborhood on the east end...
Beautiful place of worship .. zamrud the green stone makes it look even more grand and beautifully and it has sections of places for individuals and groups to study in natural sunlight. Entrance is from back side of the front door that makes it very...More
This tomb is very important since it was built for the 5th Ottoman Sultan Chelebi Mehmet. It is situated just in front of the mosque named 'Yeshil Mosque' built by him.
I advise the visiters that they should also visit the places next to the...More