Artifacts on display at century-old Adana factory

Artifacts on display at century-old Adana factory11/11/2017 (Hurriyet – Turkey): The Archaeology Museum, the first stage of the Adana Museum Complex, established in a century-old restored factory, was opened to visitors in May and has received 47,000 people since its first day. The museum sheds light on the history of the Hittite, Assyrians, Ancient Greek, Roman, Seljuk and Ottoman periods in southern Turkey. The southern province of Adana, positioned on the coast of the Mediterranean on the rich land between the Seyhan and Ceyhan rivers, is believed to have hosted 19 different civilizations since the ancient era. Works for the museum complex were initiated around three years ago by the Culture and Tourism Ministry General Directorate of Cultural Artifacts and Museums in the Milli Mensucat (National Textile) Factory. The factory was built in 1907 in the southern province of Adana’s Seyhan district…

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/artifacts-on-display-at-century-old-adana-factory-122252

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