We visited here for a whole morning. The explanations given by the tour guide shocked us. The rows of cemeteries made us feel very sorry. The war is always cruel. This is a beautiful bay and there are many stories at the same time.
There was a fierce battle in the Battle of Gallipoli in this bay. In the First World War, the New Zealand and Australian legions fought very hard against the Turkish legions on the beach. Now it has become a historical site.
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It is of great historical significance, and it has also alarmed the years. The Anzac Bay is a bay under the cliff. Its coast is full of stones. If the sun is strong, it will be a bit sultry. It has a very important historical significance. It was the most intense place in the war between the two countries in the First World War. You can still see the remains of that time. When you come here, you can feel the solemn and sacred atmosphere a long time ago. It is like a crack in the sky but a beautiful morning sun is spilled. The warm sun is like this place that people expect. There are also strict regulations prohibiting swimming and swimming in the sea. Picnic by the sea, so it is good to come and visit, but you must follow the rules. ●The scenery here is really not. The sea line is magnificent and beautiful with the sky, and the surrounding high mountains can also vaguely see the frightening river when you look up. There are still a lot of green plants around, but they must be withered and there are unique scenery. There are many artists who come to collect and sketch, and the photos are also beautiful. The rocks in the bay are a bit hot under the sun, and the hot sun here is like the fierce war of the year. Everything looks quiet. The long history has put this place into the fragments of the years, and only genetics record this. ●Location information: 17900 Canakkale Turkiye Ticket information: free
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Anzac Cove,57. Alay Sehitligi,Lone Pine