Bursa is considered one of the largest Turkish cities and one of the most important historically and economically. The most important information related to it is as follows:
It is characterized by a distinct natural beauty, cultural heritage, and historical landmarks, and it contains many Jewish, Islamic and Christian monuments, and among the most important sites in it is "Iznik", which is the eight most important Christian pilgrimage sites in all of Turkey.
It is considered the first capital of the Ottoman Empire, and dates back to 4000 BC.
The city adheres to customs and traditions, and the changes in it remain based on respect for the traditions of society and law.
Bursa is the main center of cars in Turkey, in addition to the textile and food industries, and it has many job opportunities in all sectors of the industry.
It has many trees planted on the lower slopes of Uludag Mountain, which is located to the south of Marmara, in addition to quiet parks.
It has many tourist attractions, the most important of which are the tombs of the Sultans of Orhan and Othman, the Museum of Bursa City, the Muradiye Mosque Complex of Hodavindegar, the Bursa Castle, and the central markets.
It is considered one of the most important tourist destinations for Arabs, which pushes the economy of Bursa positively, as the number of Arabs who buy land and houses in it is increasing, as they go to it frequently, and some choose permanent residence there.
It is famous for many examples of Ottoman architecture, such as "Yesil Turb", the green tomb, which was named after the color of the court, and it includes the tomb of Sultan Mehmed I, and "Yesil Kamei", the Green Mosque, and "Ulu Camii", the Great Mosque, and was built by Sultan Bayezid I in The period of 1390, and contains two minarets and twenty dome.
Bursa has a great economic importance:
Since the establishment of the Turkish Republic in 1923 AD, Bursa has become one of the most important industrial centers in Turkey, bearing in mind that during the Ottoman period it was a source of the vast majority of the royal silk production, and a number of public factories such as Merinous and many private industrial establishments were established in it.
It is considered one of the rare cities in the world in terms of enjoying the beautiful beauty, technology and industry, due to its strategic location on the ancient Silk Road, so it was since ancient times an important commercial city, as it is a historical city and the cradle of many civilizations and has many architectural qualities of the Ottoman, Byzantine and Republic eras.
It has many leading sectors such as: machinery, metals, textiles, agriculture, furniture and food, and is considered a global center of attraction, due to the presence of manufacturing industries in it, as it contributes significantly to economic growth in Turkey.
The number of outlets has eight outlets, and the number of organized industrial zones amounts to 13 regions, and Bursa is considered a very effective force to support the Turkish economy, with its economic characteristics, as it contributes to the economy of Turkey and the region, and contributes to the flow of foreign currencies as a result of its exports, as well as It strengthens industrial infrastructure.
It ranks sixth in Turkey in terms of economic and social development, in Antalya, Istanbul, Izmir, Ankara and Kocaeli.