Adana is a Cilician city in southern Turkey. The city is situated on the Seyhan River, 35 km inland from the north-eastern coast of the Mediterranean sea. It is the administrative seat of the Adana Province and has a population of 1.77 million.
Adana's architecture is colorful, really colorful. I took a few shots, but I wanted to get together a nine-square map. I approached a residential area. When I was filming a yellow building with various flowers and plants, I just met the owner to collect the quilt. He and I were enthusiastic. Say hello, ask me where I came from, what are you doing here?
I said that because of the time, I wanted to go shopping in the city of Adana. He said that if I don't mind, I can go upstairs to the roof of their home, where you can see the panorama. I said yes, he opened the door and the balcony looked from top to bottom. The whole area was full of colored, tall, short buildings. He said that these houses were long ago, very old and very broken, but very close to the center, life is very convenient, so they still live here, also painted a variety of colors, the roof and his kind of potatoes and various He returned the shells and the instruments left over from the deep sea.
This city is so interesting.