For many Australians and New Zealanders visitors, Gallipoli is the focus of their trip to Turkey. During World War I, the tiny cove on the Dardanelles was the site of a long and entrenched skirmish between Turkish and Allied troops. Horrendous ... 

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A moment not to miss at Anzac Cove

June 2013

Leonie
Australia

Deep in thought about what the Anzacs went through, what a waste of life

Anzac Cove, Gallipoli

May 2011

Anonymous

Anonymous

Anzac Cove in Gallipoli, Turkey. Landing site of Australian and New Zealand troops in 1915.

bergama

May 2015

maria thanh

Anzac cove

April 2015

a view of Anzac cove

Youngest Aussie soldier

October 2014

We were told this was the youngest serving aussie soldier at age 14 lied about his
age to serve his country ,Private L.E Mahon,RIP.

First sighting

October 2014

This is the first thing i saw when i got to gallipoli i felt like i was home and i made it .

Hierapolis

October 2013

Breathtaking

Ancient library in Ephesus

October 2013

Loved exploring this ancient city that not even the big crowd stopped us from appreciating it.

Acropolis

October 2013

Amazing

Trench

September 2013

Leah
USA

We stopped at two different locations to see the old trenches. This was one of the first sites we saw.

One of the coastal monuments

September 2013

Leah
USA

This was one of the stops along the coast.

Maydos restaurant

September 2013

Leah
USA

This was the lunch spot on Day 1.

2-Day Troy and Gallipoli Tour from Istanbul

September 2013

Anonymous

Anonymous

Troy’s ancient ruins

2-Day Troy and Gallipoli Tour from Istanbul

September 2013

Anonymous

Anonymous

Guide Seyhan explains how the Trojans built these ancient walls

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