In 1492, It was built by II. Bayezıt to generate income for its mosque and madrasah in İstanbul. It was established on a wide area between the Orhan Mosque and the Ulu Mosque.
It is stated by various sources that there is a ruins of a Byzantine bath at the place where the Old Thermal Spring (also known as Armutlu Bath), one of the biggest thermal springs of Bursa, was built.
İskender Efendi, son of Mehmet, in 1867; In his shops in Kayhan, Bursa, where kebab restaurants are common, after separating the lamb meat cooked with charcoal as a whole and parallel to the ground from its nerves and bones, he places it on a vertical rod in layers and starts to cook by turning it in front of a vertical stove.
Bursa, one of the early capitals of the Ottoman Empire, reflects the early period of Ottoman Culture.
5000-acre floodplain forest area where river, lake, swamp, dunes, and forest combine into one – each with it’s own fascinating ecosystem is located in Karacabey.