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Muradiye (Murat II) Mosque

Since 1425
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Exploring the Magnificent Muradiye Mosque and Külliye

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  • Bursa
  • 9 ay önce gönderildi

Situated in the heart of Bursa, Turkey, the Muradiye Mosque and Külliye, constructed between 1425 and 1426 under the patronage of Murat II, are a remarkable testament to Ottoman architectural splendor and historical significance.

Architectural Grandeur:

The Muradiye (Murat II) Mosque is a complex that includes not only the mosque but also a madrasa, cultivation areas, a bath, and mausoleums. The Muradiye (Murat II) Mosque itself is a masterpiece, characterized by its rectangular plan and two grand domes that shelter the worship area. The niche wall is adorned with beautifully crafted tiled panels, adding to the mosque’s visual allure.

Mausoleums of Kings and Princes:

One of the most captivating features of the Muradiye Külliye is the garden, graced by the shade of ancient plane trees, which houses 12 mausoleums. These mausoleums are the final resting places of sultans and princes of the Ottoman Empire. Notably, Murat II’s mausoleum is found here, a solemn site that pays tribute to his reign.

Among the other mausoleums are those of Prince Mustafa, tragically killed by his own father, Suleiman the Magnificent, and Prince Cem Sultan, the son of Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror, who met his end in exile in Italy. These mausoleums not only house the remains of important historical figures but also offer a glimpse into the intricate tile work and craftsmanship of the era.

The Muradiye (Murat II) Mosque and Külliye stand as a compelling testament to the cultural and architectural legacy of the Ottoman Empire. Visitors can explore not only the grandeur of the mosque but also the historical narratives that unfold within the peaceful gardens, where the memories of sultans and princes are honored and preserved. This historical and cultural treasure is a must-visit destination for those seeking to delve into the rich history of Bursa and the Ottoman Empire.

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Muradiye, 2.Murad Caddesi Sokak, 16040 Osmangazi/Bursa

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