BURSA CITY GUIDE
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 Lake Ulubat.
Mosques and Tombs
Yeşil Mosque ( Bursa), Yeşil (Çelebi Sultan Mehmet) Tomb, Ulu Mosque (Cami Kebir), Muradiye (Murat II) Mosque and the Muradiye Medresesi, Emir Sultan Mosque and Tomb, Yıldırım Mosque, Yıldırım Tomb, Yıldırım Complex, Yeşil Complex, the Tomb of Osman Gazi, the Tomb of Orhan Gazi, Muradiye (Murat II) Mosque, the Tomb of Hatuniye, the Tomb of Şehzade Mahmut, the Tomb of Şehzade Mustafa (Mustafa Cedid), the Tomb of Şehzade Mustafa (Ahmet) (Cem Sultan), The Tomb of Mükrime Hatun, the Tomb of Ara Mustafa Paşa, the Tomb of Hamzabey and the Orhan Bey Mosque.
Churches and Synagogues
Geruş Synagogue, Ets Ahayim Synagogue, Mayor Synagogue, The French Church, H. Georgios Church, The Church of Harmanlı Village, İznik Church, Koımesıs Tes Theotokos, The Church of St. Tryphonos, The Church of Karakoca Village, Koımesıs Tes Theotokos, The Church of H. Konstantınos, The Church of Kumyaka, The Church of Michael Taxiarches, The Church of Mudanya, The Church of Theodoros, Yıldırım Medresesi