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“Above average provincial museum”

Bursa Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts
Ranked #32 of 93 things to do in Bursa
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Owner description: This museum's collections include ceramics, woodcarvings and metal works. There are also small exhibits in side rooms displaying a Turkish bath and Turkish coffeehouse.
Reviewed 8 June 2014

This museum is housed in a most attractive 15th century medersa connected with Yeşil Camii. In successive rooms around its large courtyard are displayed rooms of ancient ceramics, calligraphy & bookbinding, metal work, etc. The medersa has some interesting tombstones outside, and there is a nearby row of small "antique shops" to browse.

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Reviewed 13 November 2012

actually to be seen as one is going to the green mosque and green tomb but not that interesting material and the building really need serious restauration while it seems full of state employees doing nothing and protecting very little and not that worth it material. it is free but it better cost a little money and be in better shape

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Reviewed 25 August 2012

Went here hoping to cool off from the 100+ degree day, and to have something in a cool cafe. No, no cafe, and not air-conditioned. If you can bear up, you'll enjoy the exhibits.

Thank AZCUthere
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Reviewed 13 July 2012

There is no entrance fee. Very small museum but should be seen as it's a part of the Green Mosque-Tomb complex.

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Reviewed 28 July 2011

Very close to attraction 'Yesil Turbe'.or Green Tomb,A nice insight to ottomon culture.Not very large,as its free of charge,half an hour is enough.

Thank alamUk
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