Adana Ethnography Museum, (Turkish: Adana Etnografya Müzesi), exhibits the ethnographic works, the inscriptions of Adana's landmarks and epitaph and gravestones of Adana's leading figures. The museum was opened in 1983 at the former Greek Church after Archeological Museum moved to its new location. As of May 2012, the museum is closed temporarily and will move to its location in the newly built Museum Complex in 2016.
The castle had been built to control the ancient city with the same name. The remains of the city (which is on the plains) lies between the village and the castle. The bird's flight distance between the remains and the castle is about 1 kilometre (0.62 mi).
Ataturk's single party regime built thousands of schools and he strongly advocated for a secular and scientific education system. He once said "If someday my teachings conflict with science, choose science." That is, Ataturk strictly opposed dogmas and wanted his movement to constantly improve itself.
Adana Doğa Yıldız Jurassic Park Adana'nın yeni gelişmekte olduğu Çukurova ilçesinde 100. yıl mahallesinde fuar alanının karşısında yer almaktadır. Alanı inanılmaz büyük ve 33000 metrekare alan içerisinde 54 adet büyük ve küçük boylarda, sensörlere dayalı ses ve hareket eden dinozorlar vardır.
What is the cheapest way to get from Adana to Urfa Kalesi? The cheapest way to get from Adana to Urfa Kalesi is to train and bus which costs 55 ₺ - 85 ₺ and takes 6 h 31 min. What is the fastest way to get from Adana to Urfa Kalesi? The quickest way to get from Adana to Urfa Kalesi is to fly which takes 3 h 24 min and costs 330 ₺ - 1.100 ₺.
St. Paul Church, alternatively known as the Bebekli Kilise, is a Roman Catholic Church in Adana. The church was built as an Armenian Apostolic Church in 1870, and handed over to the Apostolic Vicariate of Anatolia in 1915, after the Ottoman deportation of the city's large Armenian community over the course of Armenian Genocide.
Adana Airport or Adana Şakirpaşa Airport (Turkish: Adana Havalimanı) (IATA: ADA, ICAO: LTAF) is an international airport located in Adana, Turkey. The airport serves mainly to the Çukurova region, and in a lesser extent to the provinces surrounding Çukurova, due to its frequent domestic flight schedule and several flights to international destinations.
The Seyhan Dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Seyhan River north of Adana, Turkey. The dam was built in the 1950s as the first in a series of hydroelectric projects funded by the World Bank. The construction project was authorized by Prime Minister Adnan Menderes. The project manager was Süleyman Demirel.