Historical and Touristic Places of Manisa Province

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Manisa province is a city with many natural beauties and historical works. There are many artifacts from the Seljuk and Ottoman periods in ancient times. Manisa is the fourth city which carries the richest examples of the Ottoman mîmârîs, which was the most imperialized by the Ottomans after Istanbul, Edirne and Bursa. During the Greek occupation many of the historical works were burned and destroyed. Significance of those who have reached my time is as follows:

Hâtuniye Complex: Sultan Husnu Shah Hatun of Sultan Bajezid II built it in 1490. Kulliye; Civilian, mosque, Kurşunlu Han, madrasa and hamamdan have come to the scene. The madrass was destroyed. Kurşunlu Han has lost its original structure due to the tajirs he saw. The minaret’s body was decorated with zigzag-shaped bows. The pulpit decorated with geometric figures is original. The Külliye is one of the most beautiful examples of the first period Ottoman civilization. The tomb next to Almighty is the Grand Vizier Rüştü Paşaya, who died in 1881.

Sultan Complex: Yavuz Sultan Selim Han’s lady Ayşe Hafsa Sultan was built. Kulliye; Civilian, mosque, sultan’s bath, Dârüşşifâ, came from the medress. Mesir paste is also known as Mesir Câmii because it was laid in public in this mansion. Almighty mihrab and pulpit are the superior structures of Ottoman art. The outer madrasa is destroyed and the inner madrasa is used today as mufti. The hospital is now a part of the health museum.

Muradiye Complex: It was built between the years of 1582-1585 and is the work of Mimar Sinan. Kulliye; Madrasah, imârethâne, sıbyan mecca. The herbicide was destroyed. The Sultan built the Sultan Murat Khan III. Câmi is the most valuable of the Ottoman period houses in Manisa. There are two fine minarets on the right and left of the cave made of cut stone. The entrance gate is a shrine of tree carving. The columns are the most beautiful examples of Turkish decorative arts, with ornamental marbles on the walls, walls and domes, flower motifs and verses decorated with ornate china and various other ornaments. Madrassa, Ethnography Museum; Imârethâne is used as the Museum of Archeology. Sultan Abdülhamid Khan during the reign of Sultan Abdulhamid in a time-based manner.

Grand Civil: Manisa’s oldest resident. It was built in 1366 by Saruhan Bey’s granddaughter Ishak Bey. On the 14 columns, the portico has been turned in three directions. Most of the pillars belong to the Byzantine church. There is a madrasah beside Almighty. Next to the madrasa door is a short-bowed minaret decorated with green, blue, yellow and purple tile bricks, resembling a single honorable rug. Minbar is made of ebony wood and is decorated with âyet-i kerîme. Minster is one of the beautiful examples of Turkish tree carving and is located in Manisa Ethnography Museum. The madrasa was built on the Byzantine church ruins. The length is 36,55 meters and the width is 32,55 meters.

Çeşnigir Câmii: It was built in 1474 by Çeşnigir Sinan Bey. The mihrab is decorated with geometric figures. There is a library which Karamanoğullarının made.

İvaz Paşa Câmii: It was built by Ivaz Pasha bin Abdulmumin in 1488 in Mutlu Mahallesi. There are medrese rooms next to it. Wooden minberin exhibits the finest images of Turkish handicraft.

Yıldırım Bâymii: It was built when Yıldırım Bâyezîd Han took the district of Alaşehir. The dome was not completed when the Battle of Ankara emerged. Later, a minaret and a wooden roof were built next to it.

Şeyh Sinan Câmii: It was built in 1465 by Şeyh Sinan bin Mahmud Faik in Alaşehir district. The Seljuks are in Islamic style. There is a zayevi and a tomb of Shaykh Sinan beside him.

Kula Houses: Houses of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, these houses carry the characteristics of Ottoman architecture. It has been made in accordance with Turkish tradition and environmental conditions. The ceilings and doors of houses are very beautiful. The houses of Beyoğlu House, Büyük Göldeliler and Küçük Göldeliler are the most important ones among the Kula houses protected as historical works.

Antiquities: There are a large number of historical works dating from the Byzantine, Roman, Bergama Lydian, Phrygian and Hittite periods before the Turkish domination in Manisa. Kybele (Kibele); This monument, located on the skirts of Spil (Manisa) Mountain, is the temple of the Hittites. It is 10 m tall. There are writings written in Hittite hieroglyphics on it. The Cypriot is said to be the same as the Hubel idol in ancient Arabia. Harbors of Sard (Sardis): These ruins, located in Mustafa Bey village of Salihli, belong to the capital city of Sard of Lydia. B.C. Most of the city that was founded in 2000 is under the ground. However, some are uncovered. B.C. After 547, he also made the principal of the Persian kingdom. During the Romans, one of the seven most recognized churches of the Christian world was built here. The Byzantines made it to the bishopric. The city, which was destroyed during the coming of Tîmur to Anatolia, has not been built yet. Excavations are in the Archaeological Museum of Istanbul. The greatest synagogue of the third world was revealed. The excavation Artemiz Temple, Market place, theater, pyramid burial, Acropolis, Birtepe graveyard, Sard (Sardes) In the name of the Lydians before the “Asia” (Asuva) was. B.C. The Etruscans who migrated to Italy and Sardinia in the eighth and seventh centuries and founded the Roman Civilization, In the Lydian state, 42 kings came and passed. Giges is the most famous.

Gold (king-silk) Way continued as Ephesus-Sart-Adala-Sıdas-Gordion-Hatuşaş-Ninova. In the time of Krezus Lydia became very prosperous and Sard was the world famous golden bed of the world. Also in this period Sard has become a center of culture and art. The Lydians and Ethylers belong to the same religion.

Sidas: These ruins, located in the Blacksmith’s borders, are part of the fortifications of Sidas, the important city of the Ionian and Lydian eras.

Niobe (Crying Rock): This rock in the area of ​​Yarıkkaya was the subject of mythology as a mother’s stone formation where 14 children were killed. Water is constantly leaking from this rock that resembles man.

Harvest of Aigai (Nemrutkale): It is near Köseler village to the west of Manisa. It is the remains of the famous Aigai city of the time of the Pergamum Kingdom. It has not yet been excavated in this city which is built on a hilly and steep hill.

Tombs of the Lydian Kings: It is a royal graveyard with 90 mounds near the village of Tekelioğlu in Salihli county. The father of the greatest king of the Lydian Krezus is King Alates. These graves were all uncovered in the early and middle ages. Standos (Selendi); It is the remains of the old city. Kara is located in Selendik village. It is the devine of Rome.

Manisa Castle: 1 km south of Manisa, 450 m high. The first was built by Magnet, then by the Byzantine Emperor in the Third Ionnes Dukas Batatles 1222. The castle is divided into an inner and an outer castle. Kaledeki is built by Sultan Mehmed Khan. The faculty prepared the conception plans of the conquest of Istanbul in Manisa. The castle is in ruins. The walls of the castle rise to the floor.

Karabel Rock relief: Hititlere âittir. Menya (Meonia) Ruins: It is the ruins of an important city of the Lydian Kingdom near the Gökçeören town of Kula county. Philadelphia Harvest: The Alaşehir municipality was built on the old city of Philadelphia. The last remains of the city surrounding the city are available. Daldis Harabesi: Salihli is in the arch village. Gördes (Gordos Harbesi): It is the old city of Gordos that reached the Roman devrine. Tepe Cemetery Harvest: It is in Akhisar. Yogurtçu Castle: It is on the way to Manisa-Menemen. It is from the Roman period.

Prehistoric Caves: There are caves of ancient times in the vicinity of Demirci. Near Gülneyt, Fadilli, Uzunyayla caves and Çatalhöyük village near Alağaç village, Delikyar is the most important. It is prepared by engraving a rock in the shape of a five-storey building. There are three mummy tombs on the fourth floor. The king’s throne room is at the base level. Dagger of hangman’s well is invisible. There is a corridor on the last floor that can not be reached. There is a crusader and a tomb of Midas in the downtown. It is claimed that there are iron beds which are processed in Lidyalılar at the site of Âsî Tepe (Azý Tepe). There are stone carved chambers in the vicinity of Gördes Oluddrak village. Temple of Artemis: It is one of the greatest buildings of the Ionic style. Each of the pillars 17,31 m and weight 20 freeze. Gimnazyum: The most important monuments of the Roman Empire, the Gymnasium and the hammam, are in the Sardis. Alaşehir Walls: They are quite large fortifications. Alaşehir was a military base in ancient times.

Occupation locations:

Manisa, which is famous for its greenery, forests, cold waters, hot springs and cool springs, has many recreational areas. The main ones are:

Spil (Manisa Mountain) National Park: Located on the Spil Mountain in the south of Gediz Vadi. The area, which is 1517 m in height, is cooler than the ovens at 7 ° C, covered with forests, abundant and cold water sources. Seven thousand hectares of the nearby national park are covered with forests of 5227 hectares. There are landscapes of historical monuments and mythology and a beautiful view overlooking Gediz Vadis.

Çınarlı Fountain: It is a recreation place in the forest at a distance of 26 km from the city center. Manisa-Osmancalı on the road. There are rich forests and interesting landscapes.

Seyrangâh: It is a resting place in Kırkağaç’a 4 km distance. It is covered with reddish trees.

Süleymanlı: Manisa-Aksihar is on the highway. It is a resting place in the forest.

Sultan Plateau: It is 14 km away from the city center. Also known as Cherry Plateau. It is a place of relaxation with cherry and pine trees and cold waters.

Marmara Lake: It is 63 km away from the city center, next to the Gölmarmara district. There are picnics and camping opportunities along the lake. Transportation via Akhisar-Gölmarmara road or Sâlihli is provided.

Spas and Drinks: Manisa province is very rich in medicinal water resources. Most have adequate facilities.

Kurşunlu Thermal Spring: It is close to Allahdiyan village on the road of Sâlihli-Ödemiş, 6 km away from the town of Sâlihli. Accommodation facilities available in the drinking water of the capstan, mide, intestines, liver, gall bladder and metabolism diseases; Bath and rheumatism, neuralgia, nephritis, skin and gynecological diseases, respiratory tract diseases are useful.

Chios Mâden Suyu: It is located in Alaşehir district center. If it is drunk before meals, it is useful for inflammation of the intestines, diseases, kidney and mesafnea and the dropping of small stones.

Kula-Ceren Ilıcasý and Çamuru: It is in the province of Kula’s Şehitoğlu. Accommodation facilities are inadequate for drinking water, drinking water, mida, intestinal, liver and gall bladder diseases; Water and mud baths, rheumatism, neuralgia, nephritis, polynephritis, fractures and dislocations.

Selendi Emir Kaplıcası: It is located in the village of Şehitoğlu, 18 km from the town of Kula. Accommodation facilities are adequate. Drinking the water of the capillary, mite, intestines, liver and bile duct diseases, jaundice, metabolism diseases; As a bath rheumatism, neuralgia, nephritis is useful for the lack of movement.

Sard Thermal Spring and Puddle: It is located in the village of Sardmahmud, 11 km from the town of Salihli. Drinking cold, intestines, bowel, liver, diseases and gall bladder deficiencies; Bath and rheumatism, neuralgia, nephritis, skin and gynecological diseases, chronic inflammation of the respiratory tract is beneficial.

Urganlı Thermal Spring: It is located 7 km north of Urganlı village, 24 km away from the town of Turgutlu. Accommodation facilities are available. To the gallbladder and its disorders, to the liver and metabolism diseases with the cooling by drinking; Banyosu, rheumatism, gynecological diseases, eczema, sciatica, hemorrhoids, skin and nephritis.

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