Turbe is the Turkish word for "tomb", and for the characteristic mausoleums, often relatively small, of Ottoman royalty and notables. It is related to the Arabic turba, which can also mean a mausoleum, but more often a funerary complex, or a plot in a cemetery.
I don't know exactly how many turbe nowadays exist in my country, but I will mention the most famous of them.
Damad Ali Pasha`s Turbe
It is located on Belgrade fortress. If you head straight on from the Sahat gate you will reach the Damad Ali Pasha`s Turbe which is an example of the influence of Islamic culture on Belgrade. This octagonal mausoleum was built in the late 18th century to house the body of the grand vizier Damad Ali Pasha, who was wounded in a battle with the Austrians at Petrovaradin fortress in 1717 and died soon afterwards. On a later date, bodies of two commanders of Belgrades Fortress, Selim Pasha and Hasan Pasha were buried here. This turbe appears to have less dedicated visitors, but it’s an impressive sight in an already impressive fortress.