Bursa Yenişehir Şemaki House Museum
It is located in the center of Yenişehir district, 55 km from Bursa. It was probably built in the 18th century by the Şemaki family, who came to Anatolia from the Iranian town of Shemah and settled in Yenişehir. There is a gizzard on the ground floor of the two-storey house, a kitchen and pantry on the right, and two winter rooms on the left.
The building, which was purchased by the Ministry of National Education on 19.12.1945 and used as a museum, has worn out over time. It was repaired after 1980, and on 07.09.1991, the house of the Şemaki family was furnished and opened to visitors.
Upstairs is accessed by wooden stairs adjacent to the kitchen wall. The front facade facing the garden opens outwards with arched sections in the form of a portico. There is a main room on the left opening to the hall with an iwan, and two rooms on the right, one big and the other small. The hand-drawn works with vegetable motifs and landscape decorations that adorn the house belong to the 19th century.
The bathhouse part, which is said to be in the garden, does not exist today.