I prayed zuhur here, just the opposite of Green Tomb. The interior is not much as Great Mosque of Bursa but very nice and peaceful, clean and neat. Not so many people, unlike Green Tomb. Tou can take a picture of unique swerling dervish and a bird.
The Green Mosque (a.k.a. Yeşil Camii, or Mosque of Mehmed I) is beautifully set in a small park among cypress trees at the top of a hill. It was built in 1422 by Mehmed's son and successor Murad II and designed by architect, Hacı Ivaz Pasha. Green mosque is a part of a larger…
The atmosphere around the mosque is nicer, fresher, greener than Ulucami. Just across the Yesi Turbe. But in general like all the other mosques, it’s stinking when you enter.
Green mosque bursa is known so because of time work inside. Not very big but there is history attached to it. It's a functional mosque for both the genders. One of the must see in bursa.
Amazing structure with fully functional mosque for ladies & men. Stunning artwork on ceiling! Very calm & peaceful while inside the mosque and around its vicinity. The mosque was built in 1421. Worth visiting