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  1. Gizli @ yara
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    ADANA ilimizin ingilizce tanıtımı

    ADANA ilimizin ingilizce tanıtımı

    With a history dating back to 6000 BC, Adana is one of the oldest settlements in Anatolia and is the fourth largest city in Turkey. Interest in the city is not only due to its collection of historical sites, but it is also renowned as a thriving, modern region. Its population boom (now 1.5 million) can be attributed to its fertile plains, rivers and highlands, which have created a major textile industry, and the city is also an importing trading centre for gold.

    Area: 17.253 km²

    Population: 1.934.907 (1990)

    Traffic Code: 01

    Districts : Seyhan, Yüreğir, Aladağ, Ceyhan, Feke, İmamoğlu, Karaisalı, Karataş, Kozan, Pozantı, Saimbeyli, Tufanbeyli, Yumurtalık.

    How to Get

    By Road Adana can be reached via the D-400 Highway and the international TEM highway. It is 472 km from Ankara along Aksaray Pozanti; 873 km from Izmir via Afyon, Konya and Eregli; and 909 km from Istanbul via Bolu, Ankara and Aksaray. Located 5 km from the city centre, Adana’s bus station has services to all areas of the country. Regular bus services include Ankara (10 hours), Antalya (12 hours), Allepo in Syria (12 hours), Konya (7 hours), Van (18 hours) and Kayseri (7 hours). Bus station Tel: (0322) 428 20 47

    By Rail Apart from domestic services, there are also international rail connections. There are many trains to Europe, the Middle East, and countries to the north, with connections to the harbours in Mersin and Iskenderun, both of which have ferries. Adana’s railway station is 1 km. from the city centre. The main domestic routes are a daily service to Ankara (14 hours), several weekly to Gaziantep (3 hours) and several daily to Mersin (1 hour). Railway Station Tel: (0322) 453 31 72

    By Air There are daily flights to Istanbul and Ankara. International flights include Jedda (twice a week), plus weekly flights to Frankfurt-Dusseldorf, Munich via Ankara, and Koln via Istanbul (once a week). The airport is 3.5 km from the city centre and has a 140-vehicle parking lot.

    Airport Tel: (0322) 435 42 01 Turkish Airlines: (0322) 435 91 75

    Where to Visit


    Anavarza Located in Ceyhan near the village of Dilekkaya , 20 km along the Kozan-Kadirli road, the ruins resemble an open-air museum. Anavarza Castle still has traces of Roman and Muslim history, with well-preserved relics including the castle walls, the triumphal arch, numerous columns and two pools decorated with mosaics in front of the guard house.

    Sar 20 km northeast of Tufanbeyli, these ruins were the scenes of the most important religious Hittite ceremonies, performed in honour of the Mother Goddess Magda-Mater. In addition, there is a Roman theatre and a Byzantine church besides the 6-metre high Ala Kapi, which is made of marble blocks.

    Magarsus An ancient port city, west of the modern town of Karatas, the city of Magarsus has the remains of a theatre, temple, church and baths.

    Aegaea (Ayas) This ancient port city between Yumurtalik and Ayas has a three-storey watch tower, Ottoman and Roman baths beside the city walls.


    Ulu Cami Built in 1507 in Syrian or Mamluk style, this attractive mosque has black and white marble and decorative window surrounds. Inside is the tomb of Halil Bey, Emir of the Ramazanoglu Turks who ruled before the Ottomans, which contains beautiful mosaics made from Iznik tiles.

    Sabanci Merkez Cami This recently constructed mosque has an immense capacity of over 28,000, and is the third largest in Turkey, with the highest dome. Brand new in style, it has six minarets and lies next to the Girne Bridge. Much of its financing was from the Sabanci family, originally from the area and now the second richest in the country.

    Yag Camii With one bay originally used as the Church of St James, until incorporated into the main body, the Yag Camii was built in 1501 and has an impressive portal.


    The unique highland beauty of Tekir, Burucek, Aladaglar, Horzum Findikli, Hamidiye, Asar, Asmacik, Armutoluk, Belemedik, Meydan, Camliyayla and Kizildag will appeal to tourists wanting to get back to nature.


    The Kozan-Horzum Highland and Çulluuşağı Highland Village

    Transportation: Horzum highland is located at the 25 km mark and the village of Çulluuşağı is at the 31 km mark on the highway that connects Kozan, Feke, Saimbeyli and Tufanbeyli districts to Kayseri. There is bus and minibus service to this mountain village year-round.

    Description: Much frequented by the people living in Kozan, the Horzum highland is a lovely place with pine and sycamore trees, vineyards and fruit orchards. There are many wooden houses which are beautiful examples of highland architecture. Many modern facilities are available including a health clinic.

  2. Gizli @ yara
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    Pozantı - Tekir Beldesi (Highland)

    Transportation: Located on either side of the Adana-Ankara E5 highway, this spacious highland is 7 km from Pozantı, 107 km out of Adana. Transportation is plentiful and available year-round, as many inter-city buses and smaller minibuses operates in this route.

    Description: The highlands of Tekir Highland, Bürücek and Eski Konacık are actually individual neighborhoods of the town of Akça Tekir. Located at the middle of abound pine and juniper trees as well as orchards, the highland accommodates the typical highland houses besides various examples of other architectural styles.

    Further attractions of the higland are the protected emplacement of the Ottomans and a Reproduction Station of bezoar goats which are taken under protection by the Forestry Service.

    Accommodation - Food and Drink: One may choose to camp here;otherwise there are tourist facilities in Pozantı which is 7 km far away.

    Pozantı - Armutoğlu Highlands

    Transportation: At the Pozantı - Ankara fork in the road go east towards Sarmısak Mountain. It is a 13 km drive from here along a road that winds through a forest of pine and fir.

    Description: This pristine highland is covered with cedar, fir and juniper trees and in the spring there is a variety of wild flowers. There is an abundant wildlife since it is located at the foot of Sarmısak Mountain. Moreover icy waters of the springs flow creating a marvelous spectacle.

    Accommodation - Food and Drink: This highland has no facilities. Anyone who plans to camp out will need to bring their own tent and other basic necessities.

    Aladağ (Karsantı) - Meydan Highland

    Transportation: It is 6 km from Aladağ along a gravel road. It is possible to get a taxi or minibus from Aladağ.

    Description: At an altitude of 1700 m, the highland is adorned with juniper, pine, fir and cedar trees as well as orchards. There is electricity and telephone services and structures constructed out of wood and rock, which is typical of highland architecture.

    Accommodation - Food and Drink: One can set up camp on the edge of the forest. There are also country restaurants, tea houses and a few small markets.

    Aladağ Ağcakise - Başpınar - Bici and Kosurga Highlands

    Transportation: These mountain villages, which are located very close to each other (3-5 km), can be reached only by a gravel road.

    Description: These pristine highland villages are located in the forest within sight of the nearby Zehli Castle.

    Accommodation - Food and Drink: Those who would like to camp out should bring their tents and other basic supplies with them.

    Karaisalı - Kızıldağ Highlands

    Transportation: It is 27 km from Karaisalı. The road is asphalt.

    Description: This highland gets its name from nearby Mt. Kızıldağ and is popular among the locals. There are lots of apple, pear, cherry, sour cherry and walnut orchards in the village and the wildlife is quite abundant. It is possible to hike up nearby Kızıldağ as well.

    Accommodation - Food and Drink: There are simple tea houses and country restaurants as well as small markets, a bakery, and meat markets.

    Feke - İnderesi Village (Highland)

    Transportation: It is a 59 km drive from Feke along a gravel road.

    Description: This authentic highland village is nestled among vineyards and orchards. Modern facilities are now available and there is a village clinic and a police station. The villagers make 'Yahyalı' type rugs, carpets and woolen socks as souvenirs for visitors.

    Accommodation - Food and Drink: There is a small market, a bakery and some country restaurants.

    Tufanbeyli - Kürebeli Highland

    Transportation: The highland, located 10 km north of Tufanbeyli, can only be accessible by following a gravel road.

    Description: This unspoiled mountain highland has a small lake which is used for irrigation.

    Accommodation - Food and Drink: Those who want to camp should bring their tents and basic necessities with them.

    Pozantı - Fındıklı Köyü (Highland)

    Transportation: It is 10 km out on the Pozantı-Çamardı highway and there are minibuses to the highland from Pozantı.

    Description: A typical mountain village, it is surrounded with vineyards and gardens. The infrastructure of the village has been improved and currently there is a village clinic in service.

    Accommodation - Food and Drink: There are simple restaurants, a tea house and a small market.

    Saimbeyli - Çatak Highland

    Transportation: Two kilometers out on the Saimbeyli -Tufanbeyli highway, turn left on a gravel road and go 3km. The road passes through orchards and gardens. Minibuses are operating from the Saimbeyli district.
    Description: This is a little village with huge sycamore trees watered by the springs which splash down the mountain slopes. Small platforms have been set up in the trees and they make delightful picnic area. The Çatak highland with its rich springs provides all of the water supply of the Saimbeyli district.

    Accommodation - Food and Drink: There is a small facility run by the Forestry Service here.

    Saimbeyli - Tufanbeyli - Obruk Highland

    Transportation: Located 35km out on the either side of the Saimbeyli - Tufanbeyli highway.

    Description: Preferred by nomadic shepherds, this highland is totally unspoiled. The fields of wheat and barley are surrounded by wild flowers in the spring and juniper, black pine and cedar trees.

    Accommodation - Food and Drink: There are no facilities available. Those who plan on camping should bring their own tents and other basic supplies.

    Kozan - Göller Highland

    Transportation: It is a 40 km. drive from Kozan on a dirt road. There are minibuses from Kozan in the summer months.

    Description: The highland has electricity and telephones. It is surrounded with forests and there are many wildflowers in the spring.

    Accommodation - Food and Drink: There is a country tea house, a small market and a restaurant.

    Pozantı - Belemedik Highland

    Transportation: Take the gravel road to the village of Anbaş from Pozantı (10 km).

    Description: This mountain village founded on the banks of Çakıt Creek has many wood and stone houses made in the highland style. The is abundant wildlife here. The mostly commonly seen animals are mountain goats, wild hogs and birds of prey, such as eagles and falcons.

    Accommodation - Food and Drink: Those who want to camp should bring their own tents and basic supplies.

    Pozantı - Asar Highland

    Transportation: This highland village lies 1.5 km northwest of the asphalt highway to Pozantı-Çamardı. There are minibuses from Pozantı as well.

    Description: The local highland houses made of wood and stone are surrounded by pine, fir and cedar trees and there are many fruit orchards. The village has electricity as well.

    Accommodation - Food and Drink: Those who want to camp should bring their own tents and other basic supplies.


    Aladaglar, Tuzla Lake, Akyatan Lake, Agyatan Lake, Yumurtalik Lagoons and Gaver Lake are all Bird Protection Areas, and are in the vicinity of Adana province.


    The Haruniye Thermal Tourism Centre in Bahce, Acisu Springs near Aladag, Tahtalikoy Kokarpinar and Kurttepe springs in Ceyhan are known to be beneficial for those suffering from certain illnesses.

  3. Gizli @ yara
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    Surfing is possible in the dam lake of Adana. There are excellent trekking, cycling, and horse-riding trails in the highlands. Fishing is popular around the Seyhan and Ceyhan rivers, and the mountain streams have a good supply of trout. Adana also offers many possibilities for hunting, as well as various wildlife preserves breeding mountain goats, fallow and roe deer at the slopes of Toros Mountains.


    With high mountains and low-lying plains, Adana’s climate varies depending on the geography. The climate of the plains is typical of the Mediterranean, with hot dry summers and mild wet winters. The coldest month is January (average temperature 9ºC) and the hottest is August (average 28ºC).


    Adana, founded on the delta of the Seyhan and Ceyhan rivers, dates back to 6000 BC. The area has had a long string of rulers, starting with the Luvi Kingdom from 1900 BC (a branch of the Hittites), through a succession of Hittites, Phrygians, Assyrians, Persians, Seluicuds and Byzantines. There was an on-off struggle between the Greeks and Persians, which lasted 1000 years, which ended once the Romans came in the 1st century BC. The city first became an important trading centre under the Romans. Following the age of Islam, which began in 638 AD, there were then the Egyptian Mamelukes, the Ramazanogullari (Turks), and the Ottomans who captured the city in the16th century.

    Where to Eat

    Speciality of the city is the famous Adana kebap, which is made from minced lamb mixed with hot peppers, then charcoal grilled on a skewer. The local drink is called salgam, an unusual mixture of purple carrots, turnips, garlic and lettuce.

    Don't Leave Without

    - Visiting the Archaeology Museum, the Ethnographic Museum and Ataturk's house. centre,
    - Visiting Ulu Camii, Sabanci Merkez Camii, Bebekli Church, the Stone Bridge over the river Seyhan, and the old house of Adana in Tepebas.
    - Visiting the ruins of Anavarza, Sar, Misis and the bird sanctuary at Akyatan and Agyatan.
    - Feasting on Adana kebap and drinking salgam and aslama (a licorice drink).
    - Browsing around the old bazaar and buying a Karatepe rug.
    - Watching the historical Festival of Altin Koza.


    Registered Immobile Cultural and Natural Heritages in Adana


    Archeological Sites: 62
    Urban Sites: 3
    Natural Sites: 4
    Historical Sites: -

    Other Sites

    Archeological and Natural Sites: 1
    Archeological and Urban Sites: 1
    Total: 71
    Cultural (at Single Construction Scale) and Natural
    Heritages: 457

    TOTAL: 528

    Contact Information
    Raşit Ener Tur. Tesisleri İskenderun Yolu 5. km / Adana
    Tel: (322) 321 27 58

    National Parks And Forest Campsites
    Karataş Kumluk, Adana
    Tel: (322) 237 22 52

    Provincial Cultural Directorate
    Tel: (322) 458 84 30-31
    Fax: (322) 458 84 29

    Cultural Centers
    A hall with 370 seating capacity for theatre, conferences, etc. 250 m² Exhibition Hall Library - 500 readers

    Contact Address: Sabancı Kültür Sitesi - Adana
    Tel: (322) 352 32 91
    Fax: (322) 352 68 85

    Çukurova State Symphony Orchestra
    Address: Adana Büyükşehir Belediyesi Konser Salonu Atatürk Bulvarı - Adana
    Tel: (322) 453 68 74
    Fax: (322) 458 25 99

    State Fine Arts Gallery Directorate
    Sabancı Kültür Sitesi ADANA
    Tel: (322) 352 46 74

    Adana Museum Address: Seyhan Cad. Adana
    Tel: (322) 454 38 55
    Fax: (322)454 38 56

    Tourist Offices
    Provincial Directorate Cinarli Mah.
    Ataturk Caddesi no 11
    Tel: (0322) 363 1287
    Fax: 363 1346

    Sakirpasa Airport Tel/fax: (0322) 436 9214

    Governorship : (+90-322) 458 83 30
    Municipality : (+90-322) 515 84 13
    Hospital : (+90-322) 227 25 90
    Police : (+90-322) 432 27 77
    Gendarme : (+90-322) 323 32 72

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    Adana hakkında ingilizce bilgiler

    Adana (Turkish: Adana) (the ancient Antioch in Cilicia or Antioch on the Sarus)) is the capital of Adana Province in Turkey. The city administrates two districts, Seyhan and Yüreğir, with a total population of 1,530,257 and an area of 1,945 km². It is the fifth most populous city of Turkey (after Istanbul, Ankara, İzmir and Bursa).
    For most Turkish people, the word 'Adana' associates with Kebab, şalgam, cotton, oranges and very hot weather.
    Adana is named among the 25 European Regions of the Future for 2006/2007 by Foreign Direct Investment Magazine. Chosen alongside Kocaeli for Turkey, Adana scored the most points for cost effectiveness against Kocaeli's points for infrastructure development, while Adana and Kocaeli tied on points for the categories of human resources and quality of life


    One of the largest and most dynamic cities in Turkey and situated thirty kilometers (nineteen miles) inland, Adana is the gateway to the Cilician plain, now known as the Çukurova plain, the large stretch of flat and fertile land which lies to the south-east of the Taurus Mountains. This is possibly the most productive area in this part of the world.

    From Adana, crossing the Çukurova going west, the road from Tarsus enters the foothills of the Taurus Mountains. The temperature decreases with every foot of ascent; the road reaches an altitude of nearly 4000 feet. It goes through the famous Cilician or Çukurova Gates, the rocky pass through which armies have coursed since the dawn of history, and continues to the Anatolian plain.

    The north of the city is surrounded by the Seyhan reservoir and HEP, which was completed in 1956. The dam has constructed for hydroelectric power (HEP) and to provide irrigation water to the lower part of Çukurova plain, agricultural cultivating area located in the south part of the city. Two irrigation channels in the city flow to the plain passing through the city center from east to west. Also there is another canal for irrigating the Yüreğir plain to the southeast of the city.


    Its name is derived from the Hittite Adaniya of Kizzuwatna. In the Iliad of Homer, the city is called Adana. In Hellenistic times, it was known as Antiochia in Cilicia (Greek: Αντιόχεια της Κιλικίας) or Antiochia ad Sarum (Greek: Αντιόχεια η προς Σάρον; "Antiocia on the Sarus"). The editors of The Helsinki Atlas tentatively identify Adana as Quwê (as contained in cuneiform tablets), the Neo-Assyrian capital of Quwê province. The name also appears as Coa, and may be the place referred to in the Bible, where King Solomon obtained horses. (I Kings 10:28; II Chron. 1:16).

    The name of the city is believed to have come from a legend that Adanus and Sarus, two sons of Uranus, came to a place near the Seyhan River where they built Adana.

    Alternatively, it is believed that Adad (Tesup), the name of the Hittite Thunder God that lived in the forest was given to the region. The Hittites ideas, names and writings have been found in the area so this is a strong possibility. The theory goes that since the Thunder God brought so much rain and this rain in turn brought such great abundance in this particular region, this god was loved and respected by its inhabitants and, in his honor, the region was called the 'Uru Adaniyya'; in other words 'The Region of Ada'.

    Adana's name has had many different versions over the centuries: Adanos, Ta Adana, Uru Adaniya, Erdene, Edene, Ezene, Batana, Atana, Azana, Addane.


    The history of Adana is intrinsically linked to the history of Tarsus; they seem often to be the same city, moving as the neighbouring Seyhan River changed its position, and the name changed too over the course of centuries. Adana was of little importance in ancient history, while Tarsus was the metropolis of the area. Also, Ayas (today Yumurtalık), and Kozan (formerly Sis) have been population and administrative centers, especially during the time of the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia.

    The history of Adana goes back more than 3000 years; finds in the region reveal human occupation of the area during the Paleolithic Age.

    Tepebag Tumulus, where archaeologists found a stone wall and a city center, was built in the Neolithic Age; it is considered to be the oldest city of the Cilicia region.

    An Adana is mentioned by name in a Sumerian epic, the Epic of Gilgamesh, but the geography of this work is too imprecise to identify its location.

    According to the Hittite inscription of Kava, found in Hattusa (Boğazkale), Kizzuwatna was the first kingdom that ruled Adana, under the protection of the Hittites by 1335 BC. In that time, the name of the city was Uru Adaniyya, and the inhabitants were called Danuna.

    Beginning with the collapse of the Hittite Empire, c. 1191-1189 BC, invasions from the west caused a number of small kingdoms to take control of the plain, as follows: Kue Assyrians, 9th century BC; Cilician Kingdom, Persians, 6th century BC; Alexander the Great in 333 BC; Seleucids; and the pirates of Cilicia and Roman statesman Pompey the Great.

    During the era of Pompey, the city was used as a prison for the pirates of Cilicia. For several centuries thereafter, it was a waystation on a Roman military road leading to the East. After the split of the Roman Empire, the area became part of the Byzantine Empire, and was probably developed during the time of Julian. With the building of large bridges, roads, government buildings, and irrigation and plantation, Adana and Cilicia became the most developed and important trade centers of the region.

    Middle Ages

    In the mid 7th century, the city was captured by the Arab Abbasids. According to an Arab historian of that era, the name of the city was derived from Ezene, the prophet Yazene's grandson.

    The Byzantines recaptured Adana in 964. After the victory of Alp Arslan at the Battle of Manzikert, the Seljuk Turks overran much of the Byzantine Empire. They had reached and captured Adana sometime before 1071 and continued to hold the place until Tancred, a leader of the First Crusade, captured the city in 1097.

    In 1132, it was captured by the forces of the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia, under its king, Leo I. It was taken by Byzantine forces in 1137, but the Armenians regained it around 1170. Adana remained a part of the Kingdom of Cilician Armenia until around 1360, when the city was ceded by Constantine III to the Mamluk Sultan of Egypt in return for obtaining a peace treaty. The Mamluks' capture of the city allowed many Turkish families to settle in it. The Ramazanoğlu family, one of the Turkish families brought by the Mamluks, ruled Adana until the Ottomans captured the city.

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    Modern Era

    From the end of the Renaissance to the modern era (1517–1918), the Ottoman Empire ruled the area.

    In the 1830s, in order to secure Egypt's independence for the Ottoman Empire, the army of Muhammad Ali Pasha, the viceroy of Egypt, invaded Syria on two occasions, and reached the Adana plain. The subsequent peace treaty secured Egypt's independence, but (at the insistence of Great Britain, Austria, Russia and Prussia) required the evacuation of all Egyptian forces from Syria, and its return to Ottoman sovereignty. In the aftermath, Adana was established as a province in its own right.

    In 1909 Adana was the location of the Adana massacre.[5] Turkish scholars and some others refer to the event as the Adana rebellion, based on a thesis of its underlying causes.[6]

    After World War I, the Ottoman government surrendered control of the city to French troops, and an Armenian troop equipped by French was sent to occupy the city. During the Turkish War of Independence, Adana was strategically important. Mustafa Kemal came to the city on October 31, 1918, and stayed there for eleven days. As a result, he decided to fight against the Allies, and the idea of Kuvayi Milliye was born.

    Turkish nationalists fought against Allied forces, and on October 20, 1921, the Treaty of Ankara was signed between France and the Turkish Grand National Assembly. Based on the terms of the agreement, France signified the end of the Cilicia War; afterwards French invasion troops together with the Armenian volunteers[7] withdrew from the city on January 5, 1922.

    On 30 January 1943, Adana played host to Winston Churchill, determined to secure Turkey's entry into the Second World War on the side of the Allies, for a conference with the President İsmet İnönü (Adana Conference). The Turkish neutrality and İnönü's policy based on rationing concessions to both sides meant that the conference remained without substantial results.

    Adana today

    Adana has become an international metropolis, stretching and swallowing its neighbors. Adana is the marketing and distribution center for the Çukurova agricultural region, where cotton, wheat, corn, soy bean, barley, grapes and citrus fruits are produced in great quantities. The main industries of the city are textile manufacturing, leather tanning, and wool processing. The houses in Adana have flat tops, and the roofs serve as bedrooms for the inhabitants during the hot summers.

    The city of Adana today is administered by three district council authorities: Seyhan, Yüreğir, and Karaisalı. Seyhan is the more developed part of the city on the west bank of Seyhan river, Yüreğir is located on the east bank. Karaisalı is best-known for growing myrtleberries (myrtus communis).

    Adana KebabThe city is also famous for its cuisine, including; the Adana kebab; şalgam, a salty fermented juice made from turnips; Şırdan a kind of home-made sausage stuffed with rice, and eaten with cumin; paça, boiled sheep's feet; bicibici (pronounced as bee-jee-bee-jee) made from diced semolina, rose water and sugar and served with crushed ice, consumed especially in summer time. Furthermore, the city has a number of famous desserts, such as Halka Tatlı a round shaped dessert and Taş Kadayıf a bow shaped dessert. Several types of fruit, including the apricot, are native to this area.

    NATO's Incirlik Air Base is located in town of İncirlik, 12 km (7 mi) east of Adana. Shopping in Adana is enhanced the 'American bazaar' a street market selling new and second-hand goods that have seeped out of the Incirlik Air-base.

    Mr. Aytaç Durak has been the mayor of Adana for two terms: 1984 - 1989, 1994 - present. He is a member of AK Parti.


    Stone Bridge, built in part during the 6th-century reign of the Byzantine emperor Justinian I, the oldest extant bridge in the world which is still in use.
    Yilanlı Kale The ruins of a castle dating from 782.
    Büyük Saat (The Great Clock), a large clock tower, was built by the local governor of Adana in 1882. Unfortunately, it was damaged during the French occupation but it was rebuilt in 1935, and its image can be found in the city's coat of arms. There are many historical buildings and tombs of local governors next to the Büyük Saat.
    The old bazaar, Kazancılar Çarşısı (Bazaar of Cauldron-Makers), founded around Büyük Saat, where Çarşı Hamamı (Bath of the Bazaar), a Turkish bath built in 1519 can be found.
    Bebekli Kilise (Church of Babies) is an old Catholic church located in the city center. There are many historic houses in the street where the church is located.
    Seyhan Dam
    Ramazanoğlu Türbesi


    Adana Ulu Camii
    New Mosque
    Butter mosque
    Eski Camii
    Sabancı Mosque
    Alemdar Mescidi
    Şeyh Zülfi mescidi


    Adana Museum
    Adana Etnography Museum
    Adana Archeological Museum
    Adana Atatürk Museum
    Misis Mosaic Museum


    Irmak Hamamı
    Mestenzade Hamamı
    Yeni Hamam


    Adana Golden Boll International Film Festival (Altın Koza Film Festivali)


    Çukurova University


    Adana Railway Station on the Baghdad Railway.


    Adana Şakirpaşa Airport
    Atlasjet Airlines: (Ercan, Istanbul)
    Fly Air: (Stuttgart)
    Kıbrıs Turkish Airlines: (Ercan)
    Onur Air: (Düsseldorf, Istanbul)
    Pegasus Airlines
    Sun Express: (Antalya, Erzurum, İzmir, Trabzon, Van)
    Turkish Airlines: (Ankara, Berlin-Schönefeld International Airport, Köln, Istanbul,Jeddah, Sabiha Gökçen International Airport)

    Sports and Athletics

    There is a race-track and also two well-known football teams:

    Adana Demirspor

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  7. Nesrin
    Devamlı Üye
    Adana türkiyenin sahip olduğu 81 illerden biriidir. bu ilimiz türkiyenin en kalabalık illerinden biriid.r ve de büyük bir şehirid.r bunun dışında adanada yaşayanlar çok iyiy bilmektedir. adana çok sıcak olan bir ildir. bu un dışında türkiyenin en iyi üniverstelerdne biri olan çukur ova ünivers,tesi adanada yer almaktadır.

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