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This is a small area but worthseeing. U can visit it at any time. Located next to the ferryboat station. It is the first step to understand Gallipoli Campaign. There are busts of turkish commaders and trenches with old rusty materials
We arrived here later one evening to take the ferry over to Canakkale. While we were queued, we saw the memorial to our right and decided to go over and have a look. Its a scene cut into the ground showing trench warfare during WW1....More
After spending the afternoon at Gallipoli, the model of the peninsula, with details of the naval losses and all the landmasses to scale was a help in understanding the difficulties of the landscape in the campaign.
The lifelike scene of trench warfare is touching, as...More
The Saygi Parki is a lovely park near the water, it is over 2500 square meters,visited a while back. It showing the Gallipoli Peninsula were the Gallipoli War Battle took place. It shows how the war was fought between the Turkish and foreign soldiers in...More