Gül Baba Street
This cobbled street near Margaret Bridge leads to the tomb of Gül Baba. As you may know, the majority of Hungary—including the territory of present-day Budapest was occupied by the Turks from 1541 to 1686. Gül Baba was a Turkish holy man, an Ottoman Bektashi dervish poet, and according to a legend, the one who introduced roses to Hungary Gül Baba is thought to have died in Buda, and his tomb is now a museum and a meeting point for Muslim pilgrims, gül Baba street is a unique place in Budapest because it is one of the oldest and the steepest streets in the city.
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