The most beautiful samples of Ottoman houses including the Tahir Paşa Mansion are in Mudanyada. Nearly all of these houses have gardens with well cared flowers.
Mudanya Truce House Museum
An Art Nouveau waterside residence, which belongs to the beginning of the 19th century, and on the Mudanya coastal road (and where the Turkish - Greek war ending truce agreement was signed between the TBMM government and the ally states in October, the 11th 1922) is used as a museum since 1937. Various documents and materials of the Independence War and truce as well as properties of that period are exhibited within the Museum.
Phone number: (+90 224) 544 10 68
Open hours to visit: Between 08:00 - 12:00 / 13:00 - 17:00
Open days to visit: Everyday except Mondays
It is an antic city, which is 1 km in the southeast of Mudanya and belongs to Britannia.
It was constructed between 780 and 797 during the Byzantium Empire, the 4th Constantinos Porphyrogenetos period.
There are places to swim which have a natural beauty in Mudanya, and there were ancient Greek settlements such as Siye (Kumyaka) and Trilya (Zeytinba).