Mudanya, located in Bursa Province in the Marmara region of Turkey is the gateway to Bursa, Turkey's
fourth largest city. Located on the Gulf of Gemlik, it was the location of the signing of the Armistice of
Mudanya between Turkey, Italy, France and Britain on October 11, 1922, following the Turkish War of
Independence. Bursa is often referred to as "Yesil Bursa" (meaning "Green Bursa") because of its
beautiful parks, lush gardens and the vast forests in the surrounding region. The Uludag mountain
and its ski resort overshadow the city. While in the city, the mausoleums of early Ottoman sultans
and Ottoman architecture constitute the city's main landmarks. Closeby there are thermal baths
and several interesting museums including the of archaeology.