REPUBLIC OF TURKEY MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND TOURISM BURSA PROVINCIAL DIRECTORATE OF CULTURE AND TOURISM
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Osmangazi

Bursa’s largest county, Osmangazi, was established in the slopes of Uludağ. The county is located at the intersection of the Izmir, Istanbul and Eskisehir Roads and is the most developed township of Bursa, both in economic and cultural levels. Osmangazi is at the forefront with its historical richness, thermal spa’s and unique nature, its fertile agricultural plains, its industrial facilities and trade.

 

Attraction centers that are within the borders of the county are the Bursa Castle and the Fortress which are the symbols of Bursa, the Reşat Oyal Culture Park, the Merinos City Park, the Botanical Park, the Soğanlı Zoo, the Pınarbaşı Park, the Soğukkuyu Park, the Hamitler Park and the Sukay Park, the İnkaya Sycamore, which is considered as a natural monument with its 600 years of existence, the Tophane slopes, Koza Han, Emir Han, Galle Han, the Muradiye Mosque Complex, the Hüdavendigar Mosque, the Great Mosque, the Archaeological Museum, the City Museum, the Ottoman House Museum and the Atatürk Museum.