Adana, Turkey

Went for a stroll around Adana today, going to the train station, the Sabanci Mosque (the largest in Turkey) and the Roman bridge built by either Hadrian or Justinian. All very impressive pieces of architecture.

A person working for the mosque was kind enough to show us around and bring us to the top of one of the minarets (in a very very small lift).

To Aleppo in Syria tomorrow, all things going well.

Some pics below the fold:

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4 thoughts on “Adana, Turkey”

  1. Great pics Gav,

    Hope ye three are havin' a great time and all is working out okay with the visas. Have a blast for those of us that can't (yet!). 🙂

  2. Excellent photos. You were lucky to meet that worker to get such a brillilant view from the mosque. And what a bridge? Nobody has yet managed to better the Romans in quality of building

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