Tomb of Gul Baba

Islamic memorial and holy place

Tomb of Gul Baba

This tomb is the northernmost holy place of the Islam. Gül Baba, Father of Roses, was a Turkish dervish who came to Hungary during the Turkish invasion, led by Suleiman I in the 16th century. He was honored as a holy man, and died in Buda in 1541.

Getting to the Tomb of Gül Baba: Take Streetcar 17 to Lukács Baths and take the short walk over to Mecset utca

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