Emir Sultan Mosque is located on a hill at the Uludağ base to the east of Bursa, ans was built by the daughter of Yıldırım Bayezıt and the wife of Emir Sultan Hundi Hatun, in the beginning of the 15th century after the passing of Emir Sultan. There are two minarets of cut stone in the northeastern and northwest corners of the mosque, which are 15,20 x 15,20 m in dimensions and the walls are cut with stone and brick.
The mosque is put on a single dome octagonal pulley. The Mihrab is decorated with the 17th century Iznik tiles; but it has been rebuilt as marble during repairs over time and has columns next to it on both sides. The courtyard is reached by hunting through the gate between the two columns after the wandering stairs. Sixteen pieces of marble staircases, each of which is connected to each other by wooden arches, are surrounded by a porch, surrounded by a fountain, a mosque in the south, a mausoleum and wooden rooms in the north. Source: Bursa Provincial Directorate of Culture and Tourism