Tomb of Prince Ahmed, erected by decree of Yavuz Sultan Selim in 1513, in the Muradiye Hudavendigar mosque complex, Bursa, Turkey. This complex contains the mosque of Sultan Murat II (Muradiye mosque) and the tombs of many early Ottoman princes and sultans. This tomb was built by architect Alaeddin, with Bedrettin Bey and the scribes Ali, Yusuf, Muhiddin and Mehmed Efendi. Prince Ahmed, son of Bayezid II, his mother Bulbul Hatun, his daughter Kamer Sultan, his younger brother Prince Sehinsah, Bayezid's daughter Sofu Fatma Sultan and Sehinsah's son Mehmed are also buried here. The tomb has an octagonal plan and its walls are made of one layer of ashlar and two layers of brick, consecutively, with three rows of windows on each side. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Tomb of Prince Ahmed, erected by decree of Yavuz Sultan Selim in 1513, in the Muradiye Hudavendigar mosque complex, Bursa, Turkey. This complex contains the mosque of Sultan Murat II (Muradiye mosque) and the tombs of many early Ottoman princes and sultans. This tomb was built by architect Alaeddin, with Bedrettin Bey and the scribes Ali, Yusuf, Muhiddin and Mehmed Efendi. Prince Ahmed, son of Bayezid II, his mother Bulbul Hatun, his daughter Kamer Sultan, his younger brother Prince Sehinsah,...
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