Turgut Alp was a close associate of Ertugrul, a warrior and a genuine pioneer. Turgut Alp was one of Ertugrul’s staunchest companions and supporters. Turgut Alp was one of the most eminent warriors of the Ottoman Empire. His ax was very famous, which was then known to be the strongest in the world. Turgut Alp also had its name in the Ghazi summary of the Ottoman Empire. Turgut Alp had only one son named Ilyas Bey. The Ilyas Bey Mosque in Konak Mahallesi is named after his son.
After Ertugrul’s death, Turgut Alp continued to support his son named Osman Ghazi, the creator of the Ottoman Empire. Turgut Alp was at Osman’s side in the first Ottoman triumph and for quite some time another success after that. In 1299 d. C., Osman sent Turgut to defeat Inegol, a city in northwestern avant-garde Turkey, where he represented for a long time in harmony and flourishing.
After Osman’s passing, Turgut Alp also strengthened his son named Orhan Ghazi. Turgut Alp followed him in successes as his most trusted advisor. Turgut Alp had pioneered the Alps during the lives of Ertugrul, Osman, and Orhan.
In 1877 CE, significantly more than 500 years after his passing, which is the Age of War between the Russian and Turkish Empires, another city came into being within the Ottoman Empire which was named “Turgutalp”. This city is named after Turgut Alp of the Bulgarians. It was recommended by the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire. It is organized in the Soma area of Manisa province, Turkey. The main monetary area of this city is horticulture.
He was martyred at the age of 125 in a fight, with his well-known ax nearby. It was covered in the city of Turgutalp, Inegol area, Turkey. There is also a tomb outside the Tomb of Ertugrul, but it is privileged.