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Mudurnu Sight From Sheikh Umran Hill
Turkey

Şeyh-ül Ümran, Mudurnu'da kimliği ve yaşadığı zaman hakkında kesin bilgi bulunmayhan bir evliyadır. Türbesinde geleneksel hale gelmiş olan anma günü her yıl Temmuz ayının ilk pazar günü yapılmaktadır. Anma gününe Türkiye'nin değişik şehirlerinden yaklaşık15 bin ziyaretçi katılmaktadır. Ziyarete gelenlere ikram olarak etli pilav ikramının yanı sıra her yıl bir kamyon dolusu karpuz ikramı yapılmaktadır. Organizasyonu Mudurnu Belediyesi ve Şeyh-ül İmran vakfı birlikte yürütmektedir. Anma gününde Mudurnulular gönüllü olarak gelen misafirlere hizmet ederler.

Copyright: Omer Vasfi Tuncel
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6324x3162
Taken: 07/06/2009
Uploaded: 10/06/2009
Updated: 23/09/2014
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Tags: seyh-ul imran; mudurnu; evliya; turbe
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