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Kamanlı Tepe (Yahşibey) Kulliye
After the conquest, Halil Yahşi Bey, one of the commanders of Murat II, who added Urla to the Ottoman lands, built a kulliye consisting of a mosque, a bathhouse, a school for children, two fountains and a burial ground, with his own name, in the district of Kamanlı, which was an important settlement at that time.
The construction of the works continues from the early 14th century to the middle of the 15th century. Today, except for Kamanlı Mosque, all others are in ruins.