Bilecik Travel Blog

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Visited by people from near and afar the tomb of Ertu─črul Ghazi, who was the leader of the Kay─▒ clan which formed the nucleus of the Ottoman State, rests in S├Â─č├╝t while Ottoman founder Osman GhaziÔÇÖs father-in-law and moral leader of the Ottoman, Sheikh Edebal─▒, lies in Bilecik. The magnificent Metristepe Monument, which is a symbol of the War of Independence, is in Boz├╝y├╝k. Deep-rooted in history Bilecik, through which the historical Silky Way passes, is home to many historical-cultural treasures belonging to the Ottoman era as well as other civilizations.
These treasures include the Ancient Belecoma Fortress, Clock Tower, Orhanghazi Mosque and Soup-kitchen, the Bridged Mehmet Pasha Caravanserai (Bilecik), Turkish Elders Platform, Ertu─črulghazi Museum, Dursun Fak─▒h Tomb, ├çelebi Mehmet Mosque, the Twin Minaret Mosque, Ertu─črulghazi Mosque, Kaymakam Fountain, historical structures (So─č├╝t), In├Ân├╝ Memorial Cemetery, Intikamtepe Memorial Cemetery, Kumral Abdal Tomb, Kasimpasha Mosque & Soup-kitchen (Boz├╝y├╝k), the Church, examples of civil architecture (Osmaneli), Ta┼čhan, Mihalghazi Mosque, Kap─▒l─▒kaya, Kayamezar─▒, examples of civil architecture (G├Âlpazar─▒), and the Mihalghazi Tomb (Inhisar). In short, Bilecik has so much cultural and natural treasures that 3-5 days wonÔÇÖt be enough.
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