Bursa was unheard of before I went to Turkey. Until I saw the itinerary, I realized that there is still such a small town. Its most famous attraction is the cousin of the Blue Mosque, the Green Mosque.
Bursa is very unique. The environment here is very beautiful and natural. The houses are scattered and the colors are very active, so it is also called colorful Bursa.
Bursa is one of the largest cities in Turkey and was once the second capital of the Ottoman Empire. It is also the birthplace of the Ottoman Empire in Turkey. The pace of life here is very slow, and people are very enthusiastic and polite. With abundant hot spring resources, you can stay here for a few days and experience a different Turkey.
Bursa (Bursa), an ancient city in northwestern Turkey, the capital of Bursa Province, is located at the northern foot of Ulu Mountain. When the Byzantine Empire ruled, it was an important military site. In the 14th century, it was the religious and cultural center at that time. In the 17th century, it was one of the three capitals of the empire and the second largest city after Istanbul.
Bursa is a famous historical city in Turkey and one of the largest cities in Turkey. It was once the second capital of the Ottoman Empire. The old town of Bursa is quiet, the people here are very friendly, and the city is much better than Istanbul.