Bursa Yeşil (Sultaniye) Madrasah was commissioned by Çelebi Sultan Mehmet in 1419. It is known as the most important madrasah of Bursa in the Ottoman era. This historical structure has served as the Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum since 1975.
In 2017, restoration for the madrasah began to repair the damage that occurred over time and once again opened its doors to visitors in 2019. In the early period, Iznik tiles used for decoration in the building are embedded in the wall stones. 900 Iznik tiles in square prisms, triangles and butterfly forms were produced in our facilities using red clay and monochrome glazing technique in line with their original form.