İf you are interested in Turkish epic history and Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, you had better to see this National Park.
About Gallipoli National Park
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A very beautiful peninsula and worth a morning or afternoon to explore. A very significant lesson can be had from this tragic war grounds . Google before and get a guide, too many stories that don't need to be forgotten .
I spent a day travelling around the peninsular (hire car) and what struck me most was how one-sided we all are. When I went to the Turkish memorials (and the excellent Visitors centre) there were bus loads of Turkish tourists. But at the Allies sites,...More
I lived in Australia and New Zealand for a few years and Gallipoli is almost a founding myth in those respective countries. It was fascinating to come here and see the place and battle(s) I heard so much about. What was really interesting was also...More
This is a well kept area so thank you to the Turkish people....so much feeling here for the poor soldiers that laid their lives down all that time ago.....I went with a small tour group through Intrepid and it was thoroughly worth it.
The beautiful terrain and many well crafted monuments to World War I cover many many miles, laid out mostly on 1-way roads. To minimize the crowds and hundreds of buses and cars avoid going on a weekend or holiday. The reenactment program at one museum...More
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...More
I have to say it was very emotional , really opened my eyes to what people who have gone before us had to endure. Setting of graves/memorials gives you a very peaceful feeling we had a car so was able to do it unrushed.