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About Anzac Cove

While transiting the Dardanelles you'll also sail by the famous WW1 landing site of Anzac Cove. Located on the Gallipoli Peninsula, this cove played a vital role during the First World War. It was here that the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) landed on April 25, 1915, ready to undertake their first battle of the war. During a devastating struggle with Turkish troops, which later became known as the Battle of Gallipoli, thousands of lives on both sides were lost.

Today, Anzac Cove is a memorial to these fallen soldiers. As we sail by this historic cove, you may be able to see some of the memorials standing on the battlegrounds and some of the numerous cemeteries that hold the graves of some 22,000 fallen soldiers.

 

Shore excursions in Anzac Cove

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