Fabulous views from the ‘Monk’s House’, which has been the subject of many legends throughout history


Evliya Çelebi, who came to Bursa with Okçuzade Ahmed Çelebi in 1640, 314 years after the conquest of Bursa, tells about the two-day trip he made to the Keşiş Mountain in his Seyahatname and describes the springs, streams full of trout, and deep valleys, which he likened to “Ab-ı Hayat”. talks about lush forests.

Keşiştepe, known as Zirvetepe, which gives the viewers of Uludağ, which has been the subject of many stories for centuries, the idea that it is a peak, continues to be a center of attraction for nature athletes and mountaineers.


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