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Not much to add to what others have said. Simple, striking, humbling. The list of names is daunting.
I got there at 5 pm on a Tuesday in October and had the place to myself. If you can get yourself there for sunset it’s an...More
This monument is to the soldiers of the Commonwealth fallen in WWI in the area - and there were many. Our Turkish guide not only agreed with the monuments to the former enemies, but said they inspired some of the Turkish monuments and memorials as...More
We went by this at night, and it is fully lighted. It is a monument to the British and colonial Troops (Australian, New Zealand, and Indian) of World War I. All of our fellow travelers were on deck to observe a solemn moment.
A moving memorial to many of the Anzac troops that lost their lives here in 1915. The memorial is immaculate thanks to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Hard to imagine this idyllic spot the scene of so much bloodshed 100+ years ago. Well worth a...More
Set high on the headland at the southern tip of the long Gallipoli peninsula on the European side of the Dardanelles, the Helles (sic) Memorial to the British fallen of the ill-fated 1915-1916 campaign still has the power, 100 years on, to bring tears to...More