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The graves are superbly kept and the cove is delightful viewed from one of the nearby hills. It's a very moving site and great to see it is kept well. On a random September Sunday there was next to no one there so it added...More
“Heroes who shed their blood and lost their lives! You are now lying in the soil of a friendly country. Therefore rest in peace. There is no difference between the Johnnies and Mehmets to us where they lie side by side here in this country...More
Gallipoli campaign in WW I was a secondary front open by the western's allies to divert part of the German and their allies from the Europeans battlefields and Help the Russians as well. However, it was a fiasco for the Allies and the consequences of...More
Wow what a beautiful place it’s so hard to imagine that such terror to place here.
The Turkish people really like Australia and Kiwi, our tour guide was very knowledgeable in one place he explained how in 15 minutes 150 Australian died charging a machine...More
This is an awesome place to learn about an important time in Australian, and indeed Turkish, history and therefore a must pilgrimage for any Aussie. You will need to spend a whole day here, at least. Try to get on a tour or at least...More
If you are interested in history and the first WW this is a must for you to do, Turkey is a great place with so much to see and do.. why don’t you try and do a Anzac tour it is so very moving.
Learned so much visiting ANZAC cove area, about the battles that took place, interactions of the soldiers with one another, the role of Atatürk. The cemeteries are solumn places, now in beautiful settings.
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When I attended the dawn service there last year I'm fairly sure large flags were not allowed. If you are visiting at a time other than Anzac Day I'm sure the situation is different. Best to contact DVA or the CWGC to see... More
When I attended the dawn service there last year I'm fairly sure large flags were not allowed. If you are visiting at a time other than Anzac Day I'm sure the situation is different. Best to contact DVA or the CWGC to see what the current recommendations are. Things are always changing