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Visited as part of a private tour. Interesting to learn more of the importance the Dardanelles played in WW1. Only requires a 30 min visit but gives a good outlook of the narrows. Close to fort constructed by the Ottomans in 90 odd days, amazing...More
Hard to believe how human had started to make "clothes" to cover their bodies and build their own shelters from mud or adobe bricks to be able to withstand the ravages of weather. Their development are being unveiled in this small area. An eye-opening indeed...More
This is where i have been many times with international students. It has a fort, mosque, cannons, a model of a ship, lots of busts, torpedeoes, a wreck of a submarine and more...2. minutes away to city centre and clean. It is a military zone....More
It has lots of history and nice movies and presentations that explain in detail how the Gallipoli campaign during WWI was fought and won by the Turks.
Lots of canons and mines used in the early 1900s.
If you have time, it is very interesting...More
Although there are better sights and sites on this peninsula this is still worth a visit if you are in the area. The whole set up, looking over the Dardanelles and seeing the merchant ships travelling up and down to the Black Sea allows you...More
Çanakkale Naval Museum is open between 09:00-17:00 everyday except Monday. The exhibition outside takes about 1 hr if you explore all of the items. It takes around two hours if you visit both Nusret ship and the show... More
Çanakkale Naval Museum is open between 09:00-17:00 everyday except Monday. The exhibition outside takes about 1 hr if you explore all of the items. It takes around two hours if you visit both Nusret ship and the show including wait times.