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Anzac Cove, Gallipoli

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.9/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
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  • One of the places we've seen Gallipoli trip. If you still haven't moved as soon as possible, I recommend you to go and live history
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  • There is much to see here. The entire peninsular is spotted with war cemeteries and battlegrounds. Plaques explain the conflict and the battle at different locations, in English and Turkish. There are...  read more »
  • Sea, air, Greens. After all, it is worth to watch. Historical background of people deeply.
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  • 2015 We did the Matt McLachlan Battle Field Tour for the 100 year anniversary unfortunately we didn't get ballot tickets but we did visit ANZAC Cove days after and I highly recommend this as it was one of the most moving things I have ever done and to do it with such excellent war historians was awesome many tears shed with everyone that was on our tour.
  • No one spending any time there, either walking the beach and hills, or visiting the war graves, can leave without feeling heartbroken over the senseless loss of so many young men in the pursuit of futile wars. I visited ANZAC cover back in 1981 and had the entire area to myself for the better part of a day, and walking along the beach, then climbing up along Walker's Ridge to the top past mass burials and various markers, was simply heartbreaking. To stand there alone in the midst of an area where so many countrymen of my own age had perished was simply beyond words, and by the time I reached the top and sat on the parapet there I simply broke down and sobbed my eyes out. It's better to have company to be sure visiting such a place to help break the mood and keep you anchored in the land of the living, otherwise you'll be overwhelmed by the strong sense of all the dead who perished there 100 years ago in such appalling circumstances.
  • The Anzac cove had strong emotions in it, and it definitely meant a lot to the Australian, New Zealand, and Turkish families who suffered from WWI and WWII. My friend's great grandfather has died in the war in Anzac cove, and every year they will go all the way to the other side of the world to remember what has happened. I believe that no one ever leaved Anzac cove without tears, and that the heroes that lie under the poppies will never be forgotten.
  • Amazing to stand in a place that means so much, completing the stories told with feeling and emotion with seeing the actual sights.
  • When we forgett these place we forgett our freedom where they heroes are fallen for
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