|Long-axis length||5.5 km (3.4 mi)|
Kapıkaya Canyon is a canyon located in Adana Province, southern Turkey.
Adana Province, is a province of Turkey located in south-central Anatolia. With a population of 2.20 million, it is the sixth most populous province in Turkey. The administrative seat of the province is the city of Adana, home to 79% of the residents of the province. The province, geographically and as well as economically, is part of the Çukurova region together with Mersin, Osmaniye and Hatay provinces.
The canyon is the valley of the Çakıt Creek one of the main tributaries of Seyhan River. Its course is from north to south and the birds flight distance between its two ends is about 5.5 kilometres (3.4 mi). The northern end is the Çakıt dam reservoir. The southern end at is marked by a bridge near Kapıkaya village. The distance to Adana is 72 kilometres (45 mi). The famous Varda Bridge is situated about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) west of the canyon.
The Seyhan River is the longest river in Turkey that flows into the Mediterranean Sea. The river is 560 km and flows southwest from its headwaters in the Tahtalı-Mountains in the Anti-Taurus Mountains to the Mediterranean Sea via a broad delta. Its main tributaries are Zamantı and Göksu, which unite in Aladağ, Adana to form the Seyhan River. The Zamantı River originates from the Uzun Plateau in Pınarbaşı, Kayseri and crosses Tomarza, Develi and Yahyalı districts in Kayseri.
Kapıkaya is a village in the District of Karaisalı, Adana Province, Turkey. Kapıkaya Canyon is to the north of the village.
In the northern end the municipality of Karaisalı has established a picnic area known as Yerköprü .In the southern end, a 2000-meter walking track has been constructed at the east bank of the creek using the funds of the Çukurova Development Agency.
Karaisalı is a small city and a district in Adana Province of Turkey, administratively a part of the Metropolitan Municipality of Adana.
The Mediterranean Region is a geographical region of Turkey.
Adana Metro is a rail rapid transit system extending 13.5 kilometers (8.4 mi) along a north-south corridor through Adana, with 13 stations. It can transport 21,600 passengers per hour per direction. The total travel time on the metro, end to end, takes 21 minutes, including all stops.
Akçatekir is a town in Adana Province, Turkey.
Karakız Lake is an artificial pond in Mersin Province, Turkey.
The Roman road in Cilicia is a part of a Roman road in Mersin Province, Turkey.
Belemedik is a small village in Adana Province, Turkey. But it was one of the important settlements on Toros Mountains during the early years of the 20th century and especially the World War I years.
Murtçukuru is a village in the District of Karaisalı, Adana Province, Turkey.
The Varda Viaduct, aka Giaour Dere Viaduct, locally known as "Alman Köprüsü" or "Koca Köprü", is a railway viaduct situated at Hacıkırı (Kıralan) village in Karaisalı district of Adana Province in southern Turkey. Designed and built by Imperial German engineers as part of the Baghdad Railway, the stone arch structure is 63 km (39 mi) from Adana Central Station and 306 km (190 mi) from Konya.
Misis Bridge is a Roman bridge in Adana Province, Turkey.
Tırmıl is a tumulus in Mersin, Turkey.
Baç Bridge is a bridge in Tarsus in Mersin Province, Turkey
Şekerpınarı Bridge, also called Akköprü, is a Roman bridge in the Taurus Mountains, southern Turkey.
Kadıncık I hydroelectric plant is a privately owned hydroelectric power station located in Mersin Province, Turkey.
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Taşgeçit Bridge is a Roman bridge in Mersin Province, Turkey.
Hacıkırı railway station is a railway station in the village of Kiralan, Adana in Turkey. The station is the southern entrance to the Çakıt Valley pass, where the railway traverses through 12 tunnels, the longest of them being 3.7 km (2.3 mi) long. South of the station lies the well-known Varda Viaduct.