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Anzac Cove

17900 Canakkale Province, Gallipoli, Turkey
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17900 Canakkale Province, Gallipoli, Turkey
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"new zealanders"
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"gallipoli campaign"
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"beautiful place"
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"visit gallipoli"
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"both sides"
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"chunuk bair"
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"lost their lives"
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"humbling experience"
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"dawn service"
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Reviewed 1 week ago

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. Turkey...More

Thank Kerrie A
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

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.

Thank teenasan3
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Reviewed 22 March 2018

Anzac Cove is such a unique place! When we visited there were only a few people around, so we had no trouble moving around and inspecting the site. Looking at the place we could do nothing but reflect and wonder how the devastation, all those...More

Thank Dimitris L
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Reviewed 11 March 2018

I slept at ANZAC Cove for the 2017 ANZAC Day dawn service. What a haunting and moving experience. What gets to you is the eerie silence in the early morning. I can only imagine what the soldiers must have been going through. From ANZAC Cove,...More

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Reviewed 26 February 2018 via mobile

It is becoming a right of passage for many Australians to visit Gallipoli and the ANZAC memorial. This is the site of the World War One landing by Australian and New Zealand soldiers and has forever become part of both countries history. It is a...More

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Reviewed 4 January 2018

This is something very close to my own heart. A visit here during the ANZAC Day commemorations is a must for anyone from New Zealand or Australia who is able to make it. It's a surreal experience and one which cannot be properly described. Aside...More

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Reviewed 8 December 2017 via mobile

The site of the area of the original landing beaches of the ANZAC Forces during the Gallipoli campaign. Maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, it is truly a moving site to visit. Looking beyond the landing beaches one can only look in awe how...More

Thank TheScruffyTraveler
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Reviewed 2 December 2017

Never did I think that I would be walking this tiny yet so significant piece of coast-line with my Mum, and yet here we were, reading Atatürk's memorial: 'You, the mothers who sent their sons from faraway countries, wipe away your tears; your sons are...More

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Reviewed 11 November 2017

This is the unique place to feel bad side of the war. İn fact there is no good side of the war, i know. Thousands people died on these hills and this cove. Just you should be there and feel that.

Thank Umut y
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Reviewed 29 October 2017 via mobile

I would recommend anyone near the area, to visit this site. The memorials commemorate the lives lost here. Makes everyone wonder "How it Happened"; then maybe we can learn from history and not let it repeat .

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Bus as part of a tour package. If you do not have this is place, I would suggest you start early, walk onto the intercontinental ferry then treck to the Gaba Tepe controlled entry point. And may your chooks turn into emus... More
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