Sabancı Merkez Camii (Sabancı Central Mosque) is the second largest mosque in Turkey which was built in the center of Adana on the banks of Seyhan River. The foundations of the Sabanci Mosque were set in 1988 and it was opened in 1998 as a center of worship.
Located on the intersection of the main arteries, railway lines and roads that connect Adana to the surrounding cities and towns, Sabanci Mosque, has become the symbol of the city with its 6 high minarets visible from almost anywhere in the city.
The minarets are 99 meters tall and the dome height is 54 meters. This mosque is designed with old Ottoman-style and has the capacity of 28000 prayers. It is similar in appearance to the Sultanahmet Mosque and resembles in its interior appearance the Süleymaniye Mosque.