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857-49118 - Chunuk Bair Memorial Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park, Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey, on the 7 April 2012. The memorial commemorates the battles between ANZAC troops and Turkish troops during World War I, when Allied forces tried to take Gallipoli and secure a route through the Dardanelles and into Black Sea. The Turkish troops defeated the Allied Forces and a combined total of 130,000 men lost their lives during the many battles on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Today Gallipoli is a popular destination for Australian, New Zealanders and Turkish tourists.
857-49134 - Turkish war memorial on the shores of Eceabat, Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park, Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey, on the 7 April 2012. The memorial commemorates the battles between ANZAC troops and Turkish troops during World War I, when Allied forces tried to take Gallipoli and secure a route through the Dardanelles and into Black Sea. The Turkish troops defeated the Allied Forces and a combined total of 130,000 men lost their lives during the many battles on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Today Gallipoli is a popular destination for Australian, New Zealanders and Turkish tourists.
857-49127 - Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park, Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey, on the 7 April 2012. The memorial commemorates the battles between ANZAC troops and Turkish troops during World War I, when Allied forces tried to take Gallipoli and secure a route through the Dardanelles and into Black Sea. The Turkish troops defeated the Allied Forces and a combined total of 130,000 men lost their lives during the many battles on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Today Gallipoli is a popular destination for Australian, New Zealanders and Turkish tourists.
857-49122 - Rear view of four Turkish men visiting Chunuk Bair Mehmet Memorial, Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park, Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey, on the 7 April 2012. The memorial commemorates the battles between ANZAC troops and Turkish troops during World War I, when Allied forces tried to take Gallipoli and secure a route through the Dardanelles and into Black Sea. The Turkish troops defeated the Allied Forces and a combined total of 130,000 men lost their lives during the many battles on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Today Gallipoli is a popular destination for Australian, New Zealanders and Turkish tourists.
857-49116 - Turkish women visiting Chunuk Bair Mehmet Memorial, Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park, Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey, on the 7 April 2012. The memorial commemorates the battles between ANZAC troops and Turkish troops during World War I, when Allied forces tried to take Gallipoli and secure a route through the Dardanelles and into Black Sea. The Turkish troops defeated the Allied Forces and a combined total of 130,000 men lost their lives during the many battles on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Today Gallipoli is a popular destination for Australian, New Zealanders and Turkish tourists.
857-49121 - A man visiting Chunuk Bair Mehmet Memorial, Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park, Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey, on the 7 April 2012. The memorial commemorates the battles between ANZAC troops and Turkish troops during World War I, when Allied forces tried to take Gallipoli and secure a route through the Dardanelles and into Black Sea. The Turkish troops defeated the Allied Forces and a combined total of 130,000 men lost their lives during the many battles on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Today Gallipoli is a popular destination for Australian, New Zealanders and Turkish tourists.
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