Complex of Mehmed I

Complex of Mehmed I
Basic information
Location Bursa, Turkey
Affiliation Islam
Architectural description
Architectural type külliye
Architectural style Ottoman architecture
Completed 1420
Specifications
Minaret(s) 2


Entrance of the Yeşil Mosque

The Complex of Mehmed I is a large Ottoman complex (külliye) in Bursa, Turkey built by Sultan Mehmed I Çelebi and completed in 1420. The complex is one of the last in a series of royal mosque complexes in Bursa starting with the Orhaniye Complex in the fourteenth century and ending with the Muradiye Complex completed in 1447. The complex includes the Yeşil Mosque, a madrasah, bath house, soup kitchen, and Yeşil Türbe (the tomb of Sultan Mehmed I Çelebi).

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