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Impeccably Restored Mosque Complex

The Muradiye Complex is one of the eight different location services which make up the World... read more

Reviewed 23 March 2017
Raymond W
Chengdu, China
Green is turquouse

A very impressive mosque with numerous nooks and crannies. Although called the green mosque the... read more

Reviewed 25 October 2016
Pretoria, South Africa
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This complex located within a park in the city center was constructed by Sultan Murat II between 1424 and 1426 and was composed of a mosque, theology school, hamam and 12 tombs.
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Reviewed 23 March 2017

The Muradiye Complex is one of the eight different location services which make up the World Heritage Site called Bursa: The Birthplace of the Ottoman Empire. For us, it was also the final stop on a day-long walking tour which started at Emir Sultan and...More

Thank Raymond W
Reviewed 25 October 2016

A very impressive mosque with numerous nooks and crannies. Although called the green mosque the tiles have a more bluish colour. The other colour used is cream. The tiles are magnificent, trumped only possibly by those in the princes' circumcision room at the Topkapi palace.

Thank kdgarlipp
Reviewed 8 October 2016

This complex new restoration area. Lots of Ottoman Sultan tomb in this area. And there is a very historical mosque that complex

Thank KayaTank
Reviewed 16 March 2016

30-45 minutes is enough to explore this small, but interesting place. Every tomb has unique decoration. Must see for those, who is interested in Ottoman History.

Thank Irina_DM
Reviewed 15 March 2016

Bursa was first capital of Ottoman State. First six Sultans lived in Bursa. 6th Sultan was Murad II. He was built a complex; mosque, hamam, madrasa, foodbank, fountain, hospital and her own and his families' tombs. This complex choosen as Unesco Cultural Heritage and restorated....More

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Reviewed 22 February 2016

One has to be there to know what it means to stand in front of the great rulers of Ottoman. Also the architect is amazingly almost unreal !

Thank hadib800
Reviewed 5 January 2016

Historical places of bursa. Alot of mosgue medrese and you coul take a panaromic bursa photos. There are alot of hotel and natural hot water complex around there.

Thank Mert G
Reviewed 28 September 2015

Only the mosque was open but it is still worth while to visit. I have seen quite a few mosques but never similar to this one. The fact that I was the only visitor made it extra special.

Thank Hesper96
Reviewed 22 September 2015

Mosque built by Murat who preceded Mehmed the Conqueror when Bursa was the capital of the Ottoman Empire. Stunning mosque with the most amazing Iznik tiles

Thank NIGEL586
Reviewed 5 September 2015 via mobile

Built in 1366, this Mosque is the only structure within the Ottoman architecture designed as a two floor building including a Mosque and madrassah. This Mosque was easy access for us as it was situated next to the hotel that we stayed at (Kadi Konagi...More

Thank Sarah K
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