Yıldırım Beyazıt Camii
Emir Sultan Camii
An early Ottoman mosque, the 14th-century Emir Sultan was named for Sultan Bayezit I's son-in-law and adviser, a Persian...
Built for Mehmet I between 1412 and 1419, Yeşil Camii represents a departure from the previous, Persian-influenced Seljuk architecture....
The mausoleum of fifth Ottoman sultan Mehmed I Çelebi (and several of his children) stands in a cypress-trimmed park opposite Yeşil...
This relaxed bar has a terrace overlooking the leafy Gök Deresi gorge. It is entered next to Simit Sarayı cafe; look for the sign to...
With a nice shady ravine setting, Bursa's oldest cafe is known for its dondurma (ice cream). Order bir porsiyon (one portion) to dig...
Yıldırım Beyazıt Camii information
North of Emir Sultan Camii, this twin-domed mosque (1395), also referred to as just Beyazıt Camii, was built by Mehmed I Çelebi's father, Sultan Bayezit I. It houses the tombs of Yıldırım Beyazıt (Thunderbolt Bayezit), as the sultan was known, and his other son, İsa. Its adjoining medrese is now a medical centre.