The first capital of Ottoman Empire, Bursa still remains a very important historic city. It has a rich historic heritage including: religious monuments, mosques, and tombs (turbes), baths. The main tourist attraction is the Yesil Mosque (Green Mosque), with its carved marble doorway which is one of the best in Anatolia. It is an elaborate and significant building in the new Turkish style. Just opposite, is the Yesil Tomb "Green Tomb", set in a green garden with an enchanting exterior decorated with turquoise tiles. Near the tomb, the Medresse complements the others and makes this the "green" trio, now it houses the Ethnographical Museum which certainly deserves visiting. Bursa is also known because of the mountain Uludag which towers behind the city core and which is also a famous ski resort. The surrounding fertile plain, and its thermal baths constitue also important tourist attractions.