Continued from Masjid Turki di Bitai (The Turkish mosque in Bitai).
Di sebelah masjid terdapat satu kawasan lapang.
Besides the mosque there is an open area.
Ada papan tanda menyebutnya sebagai makam Tengku di Bitay (juga dieja Bitai).
There's a signage mentioning it as the tomb of Tengku di Bitay (also spelt Bitai).
This signage in turn says this is the graveyard for Ottoman kingdom commanders, soldiers and their descendants.
For information the Ottoman kingdom was a big empire of world class which used to be centred in Turkey.
It used to be the centre of rule for the Islamic caliphate from the early 16th century AD till the early 20th century.
Relationship with Aceh is said to have been cemented since Sultan Salahuddin ruled Aceh (there are those who said 1528-1537, others said 1530-1539).
Since then soldiers from Turkey have been sent to help Aceh deal with Western colonisation in South East Asia. They were centred in Bitai and when they died were laid to rest here.
Paling terserlah adalah bangunan makam ini.
Most outstanding is this tomb building.
Nampaknya ia menempatkan jasad para komander dan pemimpin masyarakat Turki.
Looks like it houses the bodies of the commanders and leaders of the Turkish community.