Discover the best top things to do in Gallipoli, Turkey including Anzac Cove, Gallipoli National Park, Hellas Memorial, BayraklI Baba Turbesi, Gelibolu Mevlevihanesi, Bolayir Plaji, Saruca Pasa Hamami, Fransiz Mezarligi, Azaplar Camii, Gelibolu Savas Muzesi.
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Our tour to the Gallipoli fields and memorials were with Kenan Celik organised by Wilusa Travel.
He is the most respected authority on the campaign and has been consulted in numerous books and programmes. He is described by Lonely Planet as 'One of Turkey's foremost experts on the Gallipoli campaign'.
Recommended by the Telegraph and many researchers into this, he offers a balanced account from both the Allied and the Turkish side of this complex and tragic period.
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Gallipoli was the site of a major battle in World War I and this peninsula, part of the Dardanelles, is still remembered as a major defeat for the Allied Forces—and a springboard for the future Turkish leader Mustafa Kemal. The beautiful, quiet park is dotted with memorials and other features; it is the site of a big annual memorial for the thousands of Australian and New Zealand forces who died here.
High overlooking the beach, and with the graves and inscribed names of so many soldiers who died in the conflict, this is a frequently visited site by Auzzies and Kiwis - but it should be by others too. Hundreds of thousands of casualties on all sides in WWI. Very well tended by the Turkish former adversaries. When we were there in November, we were the only visitors, due to the uncertain political atmosphere and recent terrorist acts in other parts of Turkey. We had a guide and felt safe all the time.
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There are many really well kept CWGC Cemeteries across the Gallipoli Peninsula for those whose final resting places are known, or who are believed to be buried within them. This magnificent memorial commemorates those whose final resting place could not be established after the war, and the many names listed by regiment are a stark reminder to the numbers killed far away from home. It can be seen for miles around and is situated between two of the prominent landing sites where many of those listed died on the first day. Well worth a visit.
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Actually I've been waiting different place but it has a 2 tombs. This place and tombs equipped Turkish flags. That's it
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Gelibolu'nun güzel ve geniş bir bölgesinde çok etkileyici bir bina. Salı ve çarşamba günleri kapalı. Dışı ve bahçesi çok hoş, ancak içi insana huzur veren bir mimari, manevi hazzı duyacağınız bir mekan.
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This very old hammam is located at the Karaman district of Alaattin Area in Gelibolu Town.İt has been constructed at the beginning of 1300 during Sultan Murad II.Hammam had gone several renovations so far and its some parts are still in good condition so a visit will worth to see it.İf you are in this area for any reason,pls have half an hour and pay a visit to this hammam.
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