Nilufer

Nilufer 18 km (11 mile) far to Bursa . District of Nilufer got its name from the Nilufer Stream.  And the Nilufer Stream got its name from Orhan Gazi’s wife Nilufer Hatun.  The district is surrounded by Osman Gazi on east, Orhaneli on south, Mustafakemalpasa, Uluabat Lake and Karacabey on west and the district of…

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MustafaKemalPasa

MustafaKemalPasa 92 km (57 mile) far to Bursa . Situated on the banks of the Uluabat Lake, the district of Mustafakemalpasa is surrounded by Orhaneli at its east, Buyukorhan at its southeast, Balikesir at its south and west, Karacabey and Uluabat Lake at its north and by the central district at its northeast.  Its altitude…

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Mudanya

Mudanya 29 km (18 mile) far to Bursa . Formed as an Ion Colony by the Kolophones in 7th Century BC, Mudanya bore the name Mirleia first, then Apamia and finally Montania.  The name Mudanya came from the change of Montania.  Mudanya was the center of the district back in the 19th Century and it…

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Kestel

Kestel 23 km (14 mile) far to Bursa . The district of Kestel was the center for taking care of feudal landlord works during the Byzantine period. Used as a fortress to stop the future attacks of the Byzantine Empire from the Asia Minor, Kestel moved under the Turkish sovereignty in 1306, at the end…

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Karacabey

Karacabey 75 km (46 mile) far to Bursa. Its surface area is 1,285 km2 and population is approximately 80,000 and the population density is 51 people/km2.   There are 66 villages under the center district. The lands of Karacabey Plain are highly productive and wheat, barley, corn, beans, peas, sugar beet, cotton, sunflower and tobacco are…

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Iznik

Iznik 88 km (54 mile) far to Bursa. Iznik, historically known as Nicaea, is a town and an administrative district in the Province of Bursa, Turkey. The town lies in a fertile basin at the eastern end of Lake İznik, bounded by ranges of hills to the north and south. As the crow flies the…

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Inegol

Inegol 57 km (35 mile) far to Bursa. Inegol district consists of 12 neighborhoods in the district center, 94 villages and 5 towns.  It is famous for its Oylat Thermal Springs, Inegol Meatballs and Inegol furniture.  It is large district that is as developed as a province with more than 200,000 people (208,000).  The characteristics…

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Harmancik

Harmancik 104 km (64 mile) far to Bursa. Harmacik became a district in 1987 and is located at the South of Uludag between high plateaus.  It is situated on the borders where Bursa-Balikesir (square) and Kutahya provinces meet.  Its altitude is 650 meters and surface area is 38,938 hectares. The climate is continental climate.  The…

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Gemlik

Gemlik is a harbor town and district of Bursa Province at the southern gulf of Armutlu Peninsula on the Sea of Marmara’s coast in Turkey. Gemlik was called Kios until 1922, when its Greek inhabitants, around 80% of the population, left Asia Minor because of the population exchange between Greece and Turkey. In 2004, Gemlik…

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Yesilova

Yeşilova, Burdur a county. Within the boundaries of Lake Salda is famous for. Salda Lake property is one of the world’s deepest and clean lakes. The district is a tourist town with view of the lake. There is also a suitable environment for the tourism tent. The town and the surrounding region Yeşilova Malazgirt War…

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