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15 Jul 2018
“Worth a visit”
16 Jun 2018
“thankfulness to our 1915 martyrs”
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57. Alay Sehitligi | Eceabat, Eceabat 17900, Turkey
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Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

With all of the Anzac memorials in the area - it is also worth seeing the Turkish memorial. It has various plaques to read. Structurally well set out and visually appealing. There are toilets nearby. Turkish ice cream & also souvenir shops are in walking...More

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Reviewed 17 June 2018 via mobile

After the visit, my mind was full of thoughts which we have debt of gratitude to martyrs. Please change your route to this great place wherever you are Ziyaretten sonra zihnim şehitlerimize olan şükran borcumuz düşünceleriyle doluydu. Lütfen her nerede olursanız olun rotanızı bu muhteşem...More

Thank Hasan Kutay Y
Reviewed 28 February 2018

Located almost 500 metres above sea level, larg car park. WC. symbolic and proper cemetery. Some other memorial loacated around. Shops are cheap. Worthseeing. good view

Thank Emre E
Reviewed 8 December 2017 via mobile

Visited the Gallipoli War Monument of 57th Ottoman Infantry Regiment as part of the Crowded House Gallipoli Day Tour. This momentum is dedicated to the over 1800 men of the regiment who died during the Gallipoli Campaign. It is very well maintained and a fitting...More

Thank TheScruffyTraveler
Reviewed 21 August 2017

(I missed adding a review of this place when I was here August 2016) As an Australian I was moved to end my day seeing the Gallipoli memorial park at this beautifully presented and maintained monument to this gallant regiment involve din defending their homeland.

Thank Intrepid4ever
Reviewed 26 October 2016

The 57th Infantry Regiment, was part of the Turkish fifth army and played a significant role in preventing the advance of ANZAC forces. Colonel Mustafa Kemal (Ataturk), issued the order to his troops, I am not ordering you to attack, I order you to die....More

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Reviewed 26 August 2016 via mobile

Went with Crowded House Tours. Well worth visiting this site as beautiful monuments to both sides. The partially filled in the trenches used by both sides are still visable today and it does not take much imagination to think of the suffering endured by all....More

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