Ertugrul Gazi Turbesi
Ertugrul Gazi Turbesi
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Haytham Abu Firas
Qatar19,237 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Friends
The best visit for my vacation in Turkey this year. Had a day trip from Istanbul to visit many places. Ertugrul Gazi Tomb was our first stop.
So nice to watch Ertugrul episodes and find it true.
The place Sogut is about 2 hours far from Istanbul.
We visited the Tomb of Ertugrul, his wife Halima Hatun, many of his soldiers like Torgut, Abdulrahman Gazi, Gunduz and many others. Visited gift shop at the back of the place where you can buy many souvenirs with Al Kai (IYI).
Amazing place and great visit. Don't miss the show of soldiers changing shift every hour.
Written 29 April 2024
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TooMuch
Istanbul, Türkiye16 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2022
intention to remind myself that I was going to visit the resting place for a great Muslim personality in our rich history.
This aint a movie site!

- Tomb and burial sites for Ertugal, Halime Hanim, Turgut Alp and others. We made dua here and walked around the site.
- There are some Alps dressed in traditional gear to give you some movie vibes- but that's it - don't expect more
- Souvenir shop with plenty swords, IYI tribe gear and houseware and gifts which was great to check out.
- Sadly facilities are linited for toilets and food. Small snacks and drinks you may find only.

Length of visit : 1 hour maximum
Written 7 January 2023
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Murtaza M
7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
June 2022
I had always wanted to visit the tomb of Ertugrul Gazi. The drive leading up to it was phenomenal as there was a heavy downpour of rain upon nearing the historical sight. Parking is superb along with the walk up to the main entrance where you can see Halime Hatun's tomb. Just a little ahead is the entrance inside the tomb. As you enter you can take off your shoes and see two alps standing inside the arched entrance where Ertugrul Gazi's grave is. The coffin is covered with a spectacular green cloth, surrounded by little boxes that contain the soil of countries from across the world. If you are respectful and greet the alps they even let you take a picture. On the opposite side, there is a marketplace to get souvenirs and you can pay in dollars or Liras. If you are a huge fan then must buy an axe, preferably small-sized as a showpiece.
Written 14 November 2022
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Ramadama
New Providence, NJ2,913 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2022 • Couples
We visited the Tomb to pay respects to the early beginning of the formation of the Ottoman Empire. Two alps stand guard to protect the Tomb at all times. His wife Halime Hatun's grave stones are nearby outside. Many people came by to pray by his Tomb. Across the way there is a small bazaar with various souveniers.
Written 5 September 2022
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Shabs
6 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022
Paying my respects - able to recite Quran over his grave - the experience is a must as he was the one to set the path for the Ottoman Califate.
Beautiful peaceful place
Written 31 August 2022
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Ramsha N
Lahore, Pakistan46 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2021 • Family
We went to Ertugrul Gazi tomb in April 2021, although not a favorable time to visit because of pandemic covid’19 , but it was worth it , i searched alot for the tour with whom to go and i came across Mdvipturizm page on instagram and instantly contacted him , it was a month ago before my visit that i contacted him and Murat the person who runs it instantly reply to all my queries , we had a great time with him the private car he have is so comfortable and he drive very carefully , very professional and mange our tour to sogut timely. It was snowing and the view on the way was amazing .
Highly recommend to do this tour with mdvipturizm

https://instagram.com/mdvipturizm?igshid=vx49plo2f51m
Written 16 April 2021
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AbuHammad
Salmiya, Kuwait461 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2020
Historical site, well preserved with some interesting tours and shops for tourists nearby. Must see if you are visiting Turkey.
Written 15 January 2021
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S4z3d4
Blackburn, UK1,847 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2020 • Family
I loved visiting here, we booked a tour from Istanbul and this was first stop. The tomb is inside the building abd all the Alps buried behind with a small market too.

Opposite is a hotel and a kari tent with chance to dress up and house ride. Dressing up is 20tl and a photo is extra Turkish lira. Deffo worth it!
Written 4 November 2020
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Salman
23 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020 • Family
Recently Visited in October 2020 . The Place is amazing such as , it’s little town well worth a visit if your history fan and most importantly Ertugrul Gazi fan. We drove for 6 hours from Antalya to there so if you are planning, make sure you know where you going as there is not much to do after visiting his tomb and museum and OsmanlLi restaurant is amazing for food.
Written 23 October 2020
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Mazenblue
4 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2020 • Friends
Located in the small town of Sogut, it's approximately a 3 hour drive from Istanbul. A remote area but well worth it to pay respects to the father of Sultan Osman (founder of the ottoman empire).
Written 11 October 2020
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