28 Mart 2016 Pazartesi

Bilecik; The City of Revival

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The Father of The Ottoman 

The birth place of Ertugrul Gazi, who lived between 1188-1281, is not precisely known because no such record has been encountered. Ertugrul Gazi Tomb was built in the late 13th century yet the exact date of construction is still unknown. The tomb underwent a significant restoration, as if had been reconstructed, by Sultan III. Mustafa and diverged somewhat from the view that it was built first.

Pelitözü Gölpark 5 minutes away from Bilecik' s city center, is a scenic sightseeing stop which accomodates many visitors coming both from and out of the city.

A Rare Work

Hamidiye Mosque was built during the era of II. By Abdul Hamid Khan in 1907-1908 (H.1325). The structure is square-planned, walls are built of red ashlar and the big belt carried by a single dome covers the building. The dome is covered with lead. As the double minaret was built of ashlari it is remarkable.

The "pottery", which is making goods out of soil, has been extant for about a century in Kınık village in Pazaryeri county and has developed getting widespread.

Journey Through History 

Bilecik Museum is the right place if you want to go into Bileck' s history. Archeologial and ethnographical works of the Bilecik and the surrounding area are exhibited in the museum. Offering chronological exhibition technique, the halls include works dating back to the Paleolithic, Neolithic, Bronze, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman ages.

Enjoy The Taste

Lefka Kebab of Osmaneli, a county of Bilecik, Kayı Kebab, Keklik Kebab and Pazaryeri Boza of Söğüt country, and the well- known Ottoman Sherbet are just a few of the delicacies to be tasted in Bilecik.

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