Anzac Cove (Anzac Koyu)

Gallipoli Peninsula

Initial Anzac landing site on the ill-fated morning of 25 April 1915.

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1. Beach (Hell Spit) Cemetery

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Cemetery a short drive north along the coastal road from Brighton Beach. More than 300 Australian, British and New Zealand soldiers are buried here.

3. Lone Pine Cemetery

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Lone Pine is perhaps the most moving of all the Anzac cemeteries. Australian forces captured the Turkish positions here on the afternoon of 6 August 1915…

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Moving Turkish monument inscribed with Atatürk's famous words of peace and reconciliation spoken in 1934. After restoration in 2017, it was reinstated in…

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Kanlısırt Kitabesi describes the battle of Lone Pine from the Turkish viewpoint.