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Ottoman House Museum, Bursa

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The Museum of Ottoman House is a historic house museum in Bursa, Turkey.
The museum is at in Osmangazi district of Bursa to the west of Muradiye Complex. The building dates back to the 17th century. Before its construction there was probably a mansion of the Ottoman sultan Murat II where his son Mehmet II was born. The building was opened in 1958 as a house museum. In 1973 and 1992 it underwent restoration.
The wooden house is a two story building with a basement. Entrance to the basement is at north and to the ground floor is at west. In the ground floor, there are a wide hall with two symmetrical rooms in each side. In the upper floor, there are a harem room, a dining room and a guest room.
The two tombac candelabras stolen from Bursa Ottoman House were put up for sale in an auction in Sotheby’s in 1989. But they returned home in 1991.
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  • This town-run museum house is a disappointment, although so close to other museums of note that it may be worth a visit. The house has little detail and it is sparsely populated by a few...  more »
  • The house/museum is in Muradiye neighborhood which is one of the oldest places of the city. The whole area is worth visiting and this old house will give you an idea of how an Ottoman family was...  more »
  • It is nice to see how people used to live before. Free entrance.
  • Ottoman House Museum Bursa, Muradiye Mahallesi II. Murad Külliyesiyrais. Sultan II at the place of the house dated 17th century. Murad is believed to have a mansion. Home basement, floor and 1. The floor is three-storey. The example of civil architecture was restored by nationalization in 1946 and opened in 1958as a museum. Ottoman House Museum Bursa, Muradiye neighborhood in the II. Murad Complex. The house dated to the 17th century was built by Sultan II. It is thought that Murad had a mansion. The house has three floors, basement, ground and 1st floor. The House of civil architecture was expropriated in 1946 and restored in 1958.
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