One of Turkey's largest tourist and industrial cities and famous for its wide, fertile green plains and diverse forests



Bursa is the fourth largest city in Turkey. It is the capital of Bursa Governorate. It is one of the largest tourism and industrial cities in the Republic of Turkey. It is located between the cities of Istanbul and Ankara. It is famous for its wide and fertile green plains, diverse forests and many parks and parks. "Green Exchange"

The largest mosque in the city of Bursa, a masterpiece in the Ottoman architecture, contains many of the ancient Arabic inscriptions on its interior walls. It also holds twenty dome, divided into four Lines above its roof

Koza Han: A place for silk trade, where there are many shops selling different kinds of clothing and silk fabrics. Museum of Turkish Islamic Art: This museum displays Islamic monuments from the 12th to 19th centuries, including coins, medals, shields and others.