Although it is a small city, it is quite cute and there are places and places to sit and chat.
It is possible to find a hostel or hotel for accommodation . It is obvious that the recruits usually provide a big shot to the center’s crowd on the occasion of the bazaar leave and revive the economy.
In addition, families do not return without visiting the mausoleums. If you have time, visit the Museum in Söğüt. Anyway, without further ado, if your path to Bilecik falls, let’s list some of the places you should visit.
Dursun Fakih Tomb : It is known as the person who read the first sermon on behalf of Osman Bey during the Friday prayers after the conquest of Karacaşehir. This event; It was also confirmed by Aşıkpaşaoğlu, Oruç Bey and Evliya Çelebi. Dursun Fakih, who participated in various battles and preached to the veterans, was the student of Sheikh Edebali, son-in-law and the chimney of Osman Gazi.
Ertuğrul Gazi Tomb : Ertuğrul Gazi, a Yiğit Turkmen Bey, laid the foundations of a great empire that would stand for six centuries with the war legacy he instilled in Osman Bey. After his death, Osman Bey had his father’s tomb built as an open grave in Söğüt district of Bilecik, and later it was turned into a tomb by Mehmet Çelebi I.
Sheikh Edebali Mausoleum : Sheikh Edebali, born in 1206, is an Islamic theologian, scholar, Ahi sheik, father-in-law and teacher of Osman Gazi. Şeyh Edebali, who had lived in the foundation of the Ottoman Empire, is accepted as the spiritual founder and intellectual father of the Ottoman Empire.
Çelebi Mehmet Mosque : It was built between 1414 and 1420 by Sultan Mehmet Çelebi I. It is one of the first examples of Ottoman Architecture Art with domed structures. The mosque has 12 domes and has a rectangular appearance. It was repaired by Abdulhamid and it was expanded during the repair.
District Governor Fountain : Neoclassical fountain located in front of Çelebi Mehmet Mosque in the center of the district. It is an important example of the last period of Ottoman Art built in the late 19th century. In the middle of the three sides of the fountain are sliced vases in the form of vases, relief gilding and motifs on both sides. The surfaces are pointed arches in the form of niches, and inside and above the niche are covered with colored tiles. The fountain has four facades and is made of Kütahya tiles and marble.
Turbine Recreation Area: Bozüyük 7 km away from the center of green, water and oxygen abundant recreation and picnic area. The region is called with this name because of the small amount of electricity produced by the generator from the waterfall on the slope and because of the turbine of this generator. In recent years, due to the increase in demand rather than the promenade that has improved the face of the municipality’s investments, a nearby empty area has been arranged and afforested and included in the promenade.
Söğüt Museum : It is known that it was built as argı winding house tarafından in the early 1900s by the mayor Memiş Aga, although the construction date is not known. It is assumed that the dressing house fulfills a function in the sense of today’s dispensary. There are two round arched doors next to each other on the front facade, and a rectangular rectangular window on both side walls and triangular foreheads
Metristepe Victory Monument: Bozüyük – Eskişehir highway at the end of the road 12 km away from the monument, the İnönü Wars were won and the great leader Atatürk’s İsmet İnönü telegram in the celebration telegram “You have defeated not only the enemy of the nation,” he said Metris. It was built in Tepe for the purpose of keeping the great memories of our martyrs and symbolizes the invincibleness of the Turks.
Inonu Martyrdom: 6 km from Bozuyuk. There are many graves of martyrs in the cemetery surrounded by pine and fir trees, as well as cemetery made of marble. Every year on April 1, An Inonu Martyrs’ Memorial Day ”is held here.