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Nusrat mine dropper war ship

Mine dropper war sahip where used Dardanella war. Iresistable,goliat and a few english qnd french... read more

Reviewed 8 July 2016
mustafa k
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Mersin, Turkey
via mobile
Awesome Ship...

Awesome ship, miles inland! Although it is not really a museum, it is a great place to learn a bit... read more

Reviewed 7 July 2015
Courtney B
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8 Jul 2016
“Nusrat mine dropper war ship”
7 Jul 2015
“Awesome Ship...”
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Reviewed 8 July 2016 via mobile

Mine dropper war sahip where used Dardanella war. Iresistable,goliat and a few english qnd french war ship touch subsea mine and blast.

1  Thank mustafa k
Reviewed 7 July 2015

Awesome ship, miles inland! Although it is not really a museum, it is a great place to learn a bit of the Turkish Navy. You get to walk all over the decks of the ship and see replica life sized mines. My children loved it.

2  Thank Courtney B
Reviewed 6 September 2013

Located on the D-400, just west of the turn-off to go into Tarsus, the Nusret Minelayer ship is a vintage WWI vessel that has an unexpected history. The ship saw action during the first World War laying mines, and exchanged hands prior to being acquired...More

3  Thank lledds
Reviewed 14 January 2013

This small ship changed the history in WW1 by putting mines in the Canakkale channel. The mines Nusret Ship put destroyed a big part of the enemy forces. You can see her in original. A piece of history.

5  Thank Murat U
Reviewed 6 October 2012

Nusret minelayer ship is a hero of Battle of Gallipoli in WW1. She is in a nice park now in Tarsus as a museum. It is moving to visit this museum and thinking thousands of young people who lost their lives in the battle.

2  Thank Oguz B
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