Bursa Ottoman House Museum

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The house in question is located in the Muradiye neighbourhood, on Aralik street, and is near the 2nd Murad Complex. Dating back to the 17th century, it is estimated that the place where this house is located there was a mansion belonging to Sultan 2nd Murad in the past.

 The house has three floors including the basement, ground floor, and 1st floor. The basement floor is entered from the north facade, and the ground floor and the 1st floor are entered from the courtyard on the west facade. The house, which is an example of civil architecture, was expropriated and restored by the General Directorate of Antiquities and Museums in 1946.  Then it was opened to visitors as a museum in 1958 after an exhibition arrangement by the mentioned institution. On 25.05.1973, it was repaired, and re-exhibition arrangement was made.

The eastern facade of the house, which sits on a stone foundation, is plastered up to the level of the first floor. In addition, zig-zag bricks were used between wooden beams on the first floor. On this facade, there are loophole-type windows at the basement floor level, rectangular windows on the ground floor. On the first floor, there are rectangular-shaped windows with round arches and top windows with plaster grids. The windows have wooden wings. The west facade of the house is divided by wooden poles. There is a balcony with wooden rails on the ground floor of the house.

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