The moseleum of Mehmed I who played a really important role of carving Ottoman's future. Bright turqoise colour attracts you and ceramiques are awesome.
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Unbelievable acoustic and color. A holly place must to visit. Nobody can produce same tiles with same colors.
An amazing tomb. Both the location and structure are striking and serene. But the remarkable Turquoise tile work inside is a sight to be seen.
This is one of the eight sites which are group-listed as the World Heritage Site known as Bursa: Birthplace of the Ottamon Empire. It is a magnificent 15th century tomb of an early Ottamon sultan. What really makes it so special is the extraordinary Iznik...More
One of the tourist attractions in Bursa been visited by both domestic and international tourist dailly. This shrine is not juts a complexes of Tombs but also about the art of Green mozaik or tiles during Ottoman era. Next to Green Mosque which is absolutely...More
The tomb of Çelebi Mehmet (Ottoman sultan) is called Yeşil Türbe (Green Tomb) because of the colors of the tiles... Most of the tiles were replaced and the quality of the restoration job was poor so they couldn't quite catch the turquoise color of the...More