Anzac Day Tours Turkey The Gallipoli Peninsula represents a significant piece of shared history for the peoples of Australia, New Zealand and Turkey., on Anzac Day and throughout the year,people come to Gallipoli to remember those Australians,New Zealanders,Turks and soldiersof other nations who lost their lives during the Gallipoli campaign of 1915.The Anzac Commemorative site at North Beach was developed in 2000 to cater fort he increase numbers of people attending the Anzac Day Dawn Service. Anzac Day Tour İn Turkey The site was consructed by the Australian and New Zealand Governments,with the cooperation of the Government of the Republic of Turkey,as part of the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical and National Park.
Anzac Day Tours the site of the Dawn Service has its own importance in the Anzac story.Australian troops came ashore at North Beach on 25 April 1915 during the first landings.These men were soon followed by other Australian and New Zealand soldiers who made their way up to the ridges where the main actions of the Battle of the Landing were fought out over the next 10 days.After August 1915,North Beach became a major supply area and site for hospitals,and it was from the piers of North Beach that most men left Anzac during the evacuation in December 1915.In 1915,the Anzacs and the Turks faced each other at Gallipoli as enemies.During the campaign,each developed mutual respect for the endurace and courage displayed by their foe.,their shared experiences became the foundation of a great and enduring friendship between Australia,New Zealand and Turkey. Anzac Tours Gallipoli, today when the people of these three nations visit Gallipoli,it is in the spirit of friendship and rememberance and with a commitment to peace,democracy and freedom. Anzac Day Tours Turkey