Following the exceptional popularity of the Ertugrul Series, many travellers are eager to visit Sogut, Commander Ertugrul’s birthplace, and see the most important natural sights and archaeological monuments. Sogut is a district in Bilecik, which situated on a high ridge in the Marmara Sea region’s south-eastern corner and translates to “willow tree” in English.
Sogut is a renowned tourist destination due to historical structures such as the Ertugrul Mausoleum, which commemorates the great grandfather of Ottoman sultans. Here you may view the tomb of Dursun, an Ottoman scholar who was there when the Ottoman Empire was founded.
Some men and women dress in traditional clothing similar to those featured in the Ertugrul Series, and tourism in Sogut encompasses around 23 villages. In these communities, there are five main areas:
The majority of the people work in agriculture, which includes vineyards, cherries, and fruits, with the soil and climate assisting in the growth of such fruits and vegetables.
In addition to agricultural pursuits, the residents of Sogut raise sheep, goats, bees, animals, poultry, and dairy cows. The state encourages livestock farmers to work by providing resources to help them grow and develop pastures around the region. Sogut is 4,307 km2 in area and has a population of roughly 225,381.
Sogut is a district of Bilecik, which is located near the Sea of Marmara in Turkey’s northwestern area. Because of its strategic location, Sogut has become a popular tourist destination. It is located on the western outskirts of Bursa, with Kocaeli and Sakarya to the north, Bolu to the east, and Kutahya to the south.