İznik Museum – Bursa

İznik Museum is 75 km (46 mile) far to Bursa centurum. The historical Nilüfer Hatun soup kitchen that has been founded at the Ottoman period serves as a museum today. It was built by the order of Ottoman Sultan Murad the 1st, in memoir of his mother Nilüfer Hatun at 1388. Used for various purposes after…

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İznik Lake – Bursa

İznik Lake is 75 km (46 mile) far to Bursa centurum. The lake is located at the southeast of Marmara Region and is within the provincial borders of Bursa. It is the 5th largest lake of Turkey and the largest of the Marmara Region.  Iznik Lake is Turkey’s most important wetland area.  In terms of…

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Iznik Hagia Sophia Museum – Bursa

Iznik Hagia Sophia Museum is 75 km (46 mile) far to Bursa centurum. The historical Hagia Sophia Church of Iznik was constructed  by the Byzantine on the Gymnasium  of the Romans which was built in 4th  Century B.S. Converted to mosque in the period of Orhan Gazi in 1331, later on the mosque was renewed by Sinan the Architect  and…

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Husnu Zuber Museum – Bursa

Husnu Zuber Museum is 6 km (3 mile) far to  Bursa centurum. It The 19th century Ottoman house, served first as a State Hostel and then as a Russian Consulate. It was restorated by Hüsnü Züber and  opened to tourism by the Bursa Metropolitan Municipality in 1992. In the museum, the yakma-daglama (a method of wood engraving and  processing) collection of the artist Hüsnü Züber…

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Hunkar Chalet – Bursa

Hunkar Chalet is 6 km (3 mile) far to  Bursa centurum. It is a small palace around Temenyeri, which has two floors. It is magnificently decorated. Sultan Abdülmecid bought the chalet of fierif  Efendi and rebuilt this one in 19 days. Sultan Abdülaziz had also stayed here, when he was in Bursa in 1859. Sultan 5th Mehmed Pafla  and Atatürk alsoaccommodated here after the…

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Forestry Museum – Bursa

Forestry Museum is 6 km (3 mile) far to  Bursa centurum. It is the first and only forestry museum of Turkey. It is situated at the Çekirge Street inside the building known as the Saatci Mansion and  opened in 1989. There are almost 2.000 objects exhibited in the two floored museum. It includes especially animal and plant fossils, devices of communication and forest engineering, maps…

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Cumalıkızık Ethnography Museum – Bursa

Cumalıkızık Ethnography Museum is 13 km (8 mile) far to  Bursa centurum. One can observe all the various objects belonging to the past of Cumalıkızık Village, collected and donated by the community in the museum. There are illumination and heating tools, kitchenware, agriculture tools and equipment, weapons, technical tools, hunting and chase materials, carriages belonging to…

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Colorful Secret of the Soil Glazed Tile Art – Bursa

Colorful Secret of the Soil Glazed Tile Art is 75 km (46 mile) far to  Bursa centurum. Following the conquest of Bursa, Iznik Art of Glazed Tiles began to develop, along with the Ottoman Empire, by undertaking new shape and a mission. Iznik tile masters, organized together at the guilds of the Ottoman Palace and…

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Celal Bayar Museum – Bursa

Celal Bayar Museum is 37 km (22 mile) far to  Bursa centurum. In the name of Celal Bayar, the third Head of State of The Republic of Turkey, a library and a museum opened in Umurbey town at north ofGemlik in 1970. Besides the tombs of Celal Bayar, there are photographs of his on duty period, memoirs, paintings, various  documents, medalsand plates…

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Bursa Türkish Islamic Works – Bursa

Bursa Türkish Islamic Works is 11 km (6 mile) far to  Bursa centurum. The Green Madrasa, in which the first pieces of the archaeological museum were exhibited, was re-planned in 1972 and began to serve  as the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Art in 1975. In the museum there are works from the 12th century to the 20th century exhibited, such  as: metals, ceramics,…

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