Conkbayırı Atatürk Anıtı

Gallipoli Peninsula

The Conkbayırı Atatürk Anıt is a huge statue of the Turkish hero, Mustafa Kemal (later Atatürk), leader of the Ottoman 57th Regiment.

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Mustafa Kemal, leader of the Ottoman 57th Regiment, spent the night of 9 August here, directing part of the counterattack to the Allied offensive…

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