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Green Tomb

428 Reviews

Green Tomb

428 Reviews
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$46.70 per adult
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Yesil Mahallesi, 1. Yesil Cd. 66-1, Bursa 16360 Turkey
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Bursa & Uludag Tour

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Our tour will begin by taking you up from your hotels. We will visit a Turkish delights factory's store first, then will visit the Green Shrine and Silk Bazaar. After that journey we will take you to the Uludag by the cable cabin over the mountain, by reaching there we will have our lunch in our barbecu restaurant companying with the fantastic Mountain View. After lunch we will go to top of the mountain. At that point if guests wish to, we can have a quad bike safari. A ski lift to the top of our skiing sports. After finishing the activities we will have a coffee/tea stop at a 610 years old tree ''Ulucinar''. After that we will take you to go shopping in outlet and then we return to Istanbul and drop you off all of our guests to their hotels.
$52.27 per adult
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Maruf Subhani wrote a review Dec 2020
Karachi, Pakistan3146 contributions5729 helpful votes
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
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Date of experience: October 2020
17 Helpful votes
Sam Raj wrote a review Aug 2020
Greater London, United Kingdom329 contributions110 helpful votes
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
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Date of experience: August 2020
Vadim wrote a review Jun 2020
Murmansk, Russia20477 contributions2615 helpful votes
The green tomb is part of a complex consisting of the mausoleum of the fifth Ottoman Sultan Mehmed I Yeşil Türbe and the yeşil Camii mosque. The son of the Emperor-loser Bayezid Mehmed I after the destruction of Bursa moved the capital to the European part of the Empire in the conquered Andrianople, which the Ottomans renamed Edirne, so he didn`t build this mausoleum for himself. However, Mehmet died 40 days after the construction was completed and was buried here anyway, Along with his wives, sons and daughters. The tomb and mosque were designed by the same architect - Haji Ivaz Pasha, which is visible to the naked eye. The mausoleum stands higher than the rest of the complex. The Seljuks, the predecessors of the Ottomans, built conical mausoleums, while the Ottomans preferred usually octagonal ones. The green tomb is built in a hexagonal plan and is topped by a hemispherical dome. The exterior of the mausoleum is covered with greenish-blue tiles, which gave it its name. Most of the tiles are already modern after the 1855 earthquake. Although the tomb is more significant for the Turks, the mosque is more beautiful. IMHO. Iznik tiles with floral patterns create a unique impression. Real masterpiece.
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Date of experience: July 2019
Tug O wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom133 contributions139 helpful votes
Another of the spiritual places to see when in Bursa. This city is full of places like this which tend to be grand architecture as well nice and easy to see around.
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Date of experience: February 2020
1 Helpful vote
Cemal Istanbul wrote a review Jan 2020
Istanbul, Turkey95 contributions80 helpful votes
Tomb is famous with it s original tiles. It s a history from 600 years ago. Place is a must see site in Bursa.
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Date of experience: January 2020
2 Helpful votes
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