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Seyh Edebali Turbesi, Bilecik

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  • Şeyh Edebalı's thumb very close almost in the centre of bilecik cityreally historical .he is the mentor of Osman azi and his father Ertugrul Gazi  more »
  • The cradle of the Ottoman Empire and Tomb of Sheikh Osman Edebalinin sure Brain coach to be seen, an important venue to be read a fatiha..
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  • NICKNAME:........ GO AND SEE THE PLACES OF ONE OF ... NO I'm not going to tell us definitely and certainly the Chief spiritual ancestors and architect fatiha read at the
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  • For lovers of beautiful open space have recently his studies of the municipality the cafeteria is interesting and I suggest you stop by on a regular basis.
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  • Both spiritual and visually enormous also opened the Ottoman reign Museum and also available in souvenir sales
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  • War veteran's spiritual founder of Ottoman State and father-in-law of Osman Sheikh Edebalinin tomb of the Ottoman sultans Strip with Bilecik must-see.
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  • Aliyenin spiritual organizations in the State-I should go to each citizen and citizen.
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