An etnographic museum dedicated to Ottoman era folk clothing and accessories personally gathered by Esat Uluumay , the collector of fifty years. The historic museum building, Şair Ahmet Paşa Medresesi next to Muradiye complex , is an Ottoman Madrasha from 14th century belonging to Ahmet Pasha a famous poet, of his time.
The impressive collection is made of clothing used in daily life and many different rituels, jewelery , belts, head scrafs, weapons etc. Many remarkable examples of ottoman textile used by common people. Could have used a larger space for exhibiting yet everything seems to be carefully displayed .
The museum is open everyday except Mondays and it is next to Muradiye Complex which is also important historic site in Bursa to be visited. There is also a cafe in the complex.
I would recommend you to visit this small but satisfactory museum.
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