Mehmed I was an Ottoman Sultan known for re-unifying the Ottoman lands of Western Anatolia and Rumelia after the Timurid intervention in Anatolia in 1402/804 AH and subsequent divide in power between himself and his two brothers, Musa and Süleyman Çelebi.
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The complex of Ottoman sultan Mehmet I, known as Yeşil (Green) is a multi-functional complex comprising several buildings constructed on a hilly site overlooking Bursa and the river valley to the north. Inscriptions and endowment deeds (vakfiye) date the construction of the complex to ca. 1419-1424/822-827 AH, and attributes the construction to the architect Haci Ivaz Pasa, a vizier to Murad II who was the prefect (subasi) of Bursa at the time. It contains a mosque, a mausoleum, two madrasas (medrese), baths (hammam), a soup kitchen (imaret), a Koranic school for boys (sibyan mektebi) and a palace; the palace, the boy's school and one of the two madrasas do not survive.
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