57 Alay Cemetery

Gallipoli Peninsula

Cemetery and monument for the Ottoman 57th Regiment. This regiment was led by Mustafa Kemal (later Atatürk) and was responsible for halting the Anzac advance to the high ground of Chanuk Bair.

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