Battle of Gallipoli Memorials – Photo a day, July 30, 2012 – Turkey Travel Photography


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Enjoy more Turkey travel photography (travel photos) from Gallipoli Turkey and the Battle of Gallipoli Memorials.

High on the cliffs overlooking the Dardanelles, lies the peaceful memorials of Gallipoli, once the site of one of the bloodiest campaigns of WW1 as the Allies tried to take Istanbul from the Turks. There were 500,000 casualties and neither side gained any ground.

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5 thoughts on “Battle of Gallipoli Memorials – Photo a day, July 30, 2012 – Turkey Travel Photography

      1. One of the places I’ve wanted to see forever is Vimy Ridge because my great grandfather fought and died there. War history affects us in many ways, not just old footage on the TV.

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