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Bilecik

Bilecik, the place where the Ottoman Empire was founded and it has many tourist attractions like the Ertuğrul Gazi (the founder of Ottoman Empire) Tomb, Şeyh Edebali Tomb, and Metristepe Victory Monument.

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touch

Bilecik

Ceramic pottery making in Kınık has a very important place in the city’s traditional handicrafts.

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taste

Bilecik

In Bilecik, there is a wide range of herbal production from wheat to olives, from pomegranate to hops.

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smell

Bilecik

The hops fields are like natural festival areas. Like green walls, the plants climb seven metres high and are filled with light green cones, reminiscent of Christmas decorations.

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listen

Bilecik

Zeybek and spoon dances are common in Bilecik’s culture as the city neighbours both eastern and western Anatolia.

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routes

Bilecik

Harmankaya Canyon Nature Park. It is a 4-kilometer long natural wonder, with large and small waterfalls, caves, steep rock blocks: For those who love short yet tough itineraries.

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10 vibes for Bilecik

like locals

Follow the first steps of the Ottoman Empire; People form Bilecik are very proud to be from the city which is also the birthplace of the Ottoman Empire. Visit the city to admire the long-lived empire’s baby steps.

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in Bilecik

If you start your visit in the city centre, you might want to see the Bilecik Museum to explore the city’s cultural heritage.

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