Cornucopia’s travel guide


This major manufacturing city lies in the middle of the cotton-growing Çukurova plain 30km from the sea. A 4th-century Roman bridge still crosses the Seyhan river but the original settlement is beneath the Tepebağ district where traditional houses can be seen, one of them an Atatürk Museum. An Ethnography Museum occupies a former church, and the Archaeological Museum has Hittite artefacts. The Sabancı Central Mosque, completed in 1998, is the largest in Turkey.