Aladağ, Adana

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Aladağ ( Up to 1987 Karsantı ) is a town and district of the province of Adana in Turkey. In the town live 4129, while throughout the county 17 074 people ( as of 2011). The district is 1347 km ² and is located in the northwest of the province on the border with the provinces of Kayseri and Nigde. 279 km ² of the surface is used for agriculture. The rest consists mostly valley of mountains and hills. Aladag Air is a mixture of Mediterranean and zentralanatolischem climate. The name of the place comes from aladaglar Mountains.

Near the village Egner is the built in 1198 Armenian monastery Akner, which was destroyed during Hamid 's massacre.