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The Bursa Museum of Turkish and Islamic Art is a museum located in the former medrese of Yesil Complex, which was constructed within the order of the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed I in 1419.


Green Mosque, also known as Mosque of Mehmed I, is a part of the larger complex located on the east side of Bursa, Turkey, the former capital of the Ottoman Turks before they captured Constantinople in 1453. Address: Yeşil, 16360 Yıldırım/Bursa, Turkey


Bursa City Museum is Turkey’s first city museum. Bursa target the City Museum 7000 years of traditional Anatolian and in the process of formation and development of Ottoman culture in Bursa, with its pioneering urban identity, the urban and tourist to create a city museum can learn by seeing this experience and living on the line.


The Tofas Museum of Cars and Anatolian Carriages is a private transport museum in Bursa, Turkey owned by the Turkish automobile maker Tofa? and dedicated to various carriages from Turkey and Tofas-manufactured cars. It was opened on June 30, 2002.


Bursa Grand Mosque or Ulu Cami is a mosque in Bursa, Turkey. Built in the Seljuk style, it was ordered by the Ottoman Sultan Bayezid I and built between 1396 and 1399. The mosque has 20 domes and 2 minarets. Address: Atatürk Caddesi, Bursa Türkiye, Merkez, 16010 Osmangazi/Bursa, Turkey


Karagoz Museum is 6 km (3 mile) far to Bursa centurum. In order to carry Karagöz-Hacivat arts and craft that has been identified with Bursa, to international platform, The Karagöz Art house has been restored by Bursa Municipality and opened its renewed face to people of Bursa on February 2007.


Bursa Archaeological Museum, shortly Bursa Museum, is a national museum in Bursa, Turkey, exhibiting archaeological artifacts found in and around the province. Address: Gaziakdemir, Kültür Park, 16190 Osmangazi/Bursa, Turkey. Phone: +90 224 234 49 18


The Tombs of Osman and Orhan are located on the top of a hill in the entrance to Tophane Park in the city of Bursa. Osman Gazi was the founder and first sultan of the Ottoman Empire. It was his son Orhan, which succeeded him and went on to conquer Bursa, which then became the capital of the Ottoman Empire for 130 years.