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The final resting place of Gul Baba, Muslim dervish and member of the Bektashi order who died after the capture of Buda in 1541, is an ornate burial chapel with many religious items and Turkish rugs on permanent display.
It is said Gül Baba always followed the greatest Ottoman Sultan, Suleiman the Magnificent, and provided him with valuable advises. That is why the Sultan has shown his gratitude by constructing the turbe at such a magnificent place
Gul Baba's Tomb has been under construction for some time (longer than it was planned) for renovations. Gul Baba was a kind of a wanderer (dervish) and played an important role in the history of the most successful Turkish football club, Galatasaray. For the fans...More
Hi we tried to visit the tomb today but it was a still under construction. We just walked down the street named after him lovely walk down a bit disappointed we couldn't see the statue as it has been removed for the time being.
When I went there it was all open. The statue, the terrace and the tomb were a very interesting witness to the Ottoman heritage of Hungary. I hope that I will be able to see it again next year. It is a shame that it...More