Bursa is located in the northwest of the Anatolian peninsula and southeast of the Marmara Sea. The shores of the Marmara Sea are 135 km away. The most important peak in the province is Uludağ, which is a ski resort and national park. The most significant lakes are lake Iznik and Uluabat.
Bursa`s Ulu Cami is the most magnificent multi-domed mosque in Anatolia... Located in the city center, this first period Bursa mosque was built in 1399. In the very center of the mosque is a pool shaped fountain with a water jet, exhibiting the Bursa citizens` love of water. Adjacent to the mosque is the Sultan Orhan complex.
Yesil Camii / Green Mosque
The mosque for the Complex of Mehmet I, known as Yesil (Green) Mosque, was built between 1491-1421 by architect Haci Ivaz Pasa. The building went under extensive renovation following the earthquake in 1855, led by architect Parveillée.
Orhan Gazi Complex
The Complex of Orhan I (known as Orhan Gazi), was built in the market area of Bursa in 1339. The endowment (vakfiyye) of the Orhaniye Complex includes a mosque, medrese, two hamams, a soup kitchen (imaret) and a han, of which only the mosque, a hamam and the han survive today.
Uludağ / Mount Olympos
(Great Mountain) the Mount Olympus of the ancient province of Bithynia, rises 2543 m (8343 feet) to the south of the historic center of Bursa.
Koza Han /Silk Bazaar
The Koza (Cocoon) Han was commissioned by Bayezid II and built in 1490 in the market neighborhood between Ulu Cami and Orhaniye, to provide income for the sultan's mosque in Istanbul.
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