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Green Tomb, Bursa

#3 of 14 in Historic Sites in Bursa
Must see · Religious Site · Tourist Spot
The Green Tomb (Turkish: Yeşil Türbe) is a mausoleum of the fifth Ottoman Sultan, Mehmed I, in Bursa, Turkey. It was built by Mehmed's son and successor Murad II following the death of the sovereign in 1421. The architect Hacı Ivaz Pasha designed the tomb and the Yeşil Mosque opposite to it.
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  • In my bursa city tour we are going to green tomb. Very beautiful looking tomb and green mosque is next to the tomb. A lovely place to visit  more »
  • This appears to be well preserved mausoleum of the Sultan's tombs - very ornate and had tombs of a few of the rulers in the past. Apart from that is a very small monument  more »
  • 9 Apr 2019. You have to climb quite a number of steps to get in. There is a garden surrounding this mausoleum. Beside the Tomb of Sultan Mehmed I there are many other tombs. They are well labelled. Some are very close family members of the Sultan. Nice Arabic calligraphy can be seen here. Very fine craftsmanship and architecture.
  • It's definitely worthy of its name. Even if you don't know anything about it, you will enjoy the peaceful open colour. May Allah grant them paradise 🤲

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