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Lone Pine Cemetery
Lone Pine Cemetery
17900 Kocadere/Eceabat/Çanakkale
Retrace your steps to the Kabatepe Information Centre & Museum and follow the signs just under 3km up the hill for Lone Pine (Kanlısırt), perhaps the most poignant and moving of all the Anzac cemeteries. It’s another 3km uphill to
ANZAC COVE (ANZAC KOYU) & BEACHES
ANZAC COVE (ANZAC KOYU) & BEACHES
17900 Kocadere/Eceabat/Çanakkale
Heading northwest from the information centre, it’s 3km to the Beach (Hell Spit) Cemetery. After another 90m a road cuts inland to the Shrapnel Valley and Plugge’s Plateau Cemeteries.
KABATEPE INFORMATION CENTRE & MUSEUM / Kabatepe Village
KABATEPE INFORMATION CENTRE & MUSEUM / Kabatepe Village
Kabatepe, 17900 Kocadere/Eceabat/Çanakkale
This older centre (Kabatepe Tanıtma Merkezi Müzesi), roughly 1km east of the village of Kabatepe, holds a small museum with old uniforms, rusty weapons and other battlefield finds, including the skull of a luckless Turkish soldier with a
Gelibolu
Gelibolu
Hoca Hamza, Mahallesi, Tuğsavul Cd. No:10, 17500 Gelibolu/Çanakkale
This pretty little harbour town must get plenty of its visitors by mistake – Gelibolu is not the same as Gallipoli, it’s simply the largest town on the peninsula with the same name, some 60km from the famous battlefield sites
Piri Reis Museum
Piri Reis Museum
Camiikebir, Belediye Cd. No:17, 17500 Gelibolu/Çanakkale
The Piri Reis Museum (donation requested; h8.30am- noon & 1-5pm Tue-Sun) is housed in a stone tower overlooking the harbour walls, the sole remainder of the Byzantine town of Kallipolis, which gave the present town and peninsula their
Namık Kemal Evi
Namık Kemal Evi
Eskicami-ortacami, Namık Kemal Cd., 59000 Tekirdağ Merkez/Tekirdağ
Further east, past the brown stone Orta Camii (1855), you’ll find the cute wooden Namık Kemal Evi (Namık Kemal Caddesi 7; h8am-5pm Mon- Sat), a small ethnographical museum built to commemorate Tekirdağ’s most famous son, who was
Tekirdağ Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography
Tekirdağ Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography
Ertuğrul, Barbaros Cd. No:1, 59100 Süleymanpaşa/Tekirdağ
Continue along Barbaros Caddesi/Rakoczy Caddesi until you come to the Museum of Archaeology & Ethnography , housed in a fine late-Ottoman building. Here you can see the finds from several local tumuli (barrows) and from a site at
Rakoczy Museum
Rakoczy Museum
Ertuğrul, 32, Vali Konağı Cd., 59100 Tekirdağ Merkez
The Rakoczy Museum (%263 8577; Barbaros Caddesi 32; admission €1.10; h9am-5pm Tue-Sun) is the unusual legacy of Prince Francis II Rakoczy (1676–1735), a Hungarian folk hero who led his rebel countrymen in their struggle against
Tekirdağ
Tekirdağ
100. Yıl, Barbaros Cd., 59100 Süleymanpaşa/Tekirdağ
You’d think a town famous for rakı (aniseed- flavoured brandy) and köfte would have no end of loyal fans, but as most travelers are passing through on their way to or from Greece, Tekirdağ is often no more than a pit stop
Gaziantep
Gaziantep
İncili Pınar, 36057. Sk. No:30, 27090 Şehitkamil/Gaziantep
Gaziantep, the region’s largest city, has always been a trade and accommodation center in every period for being on historical Silk Road. Known oldest settlement is Doliche located between Dülük and Karahöyük Villages, 10 km away
Erytrai (Ildırı) Ancient City
Erytrai (Ildırı) Ancient City
Ildır, 35930 Çeşme/İzmir
The name of Ildırı village was Erythrai in ancient period. It is thought that Erythrai is derived from Erythros, which means “red’’ in Greek, and Erythrai is used as “Red City’’ because its town soil is in red color
Aya Yorgi Bay
Aya Yorgi Bay
Sakarya Mah Aya Yorgi Mevkii, Dalyan, D:No:6, 35930 Çeşme/İzmir, Türkiye
Aya Yorgi Bay, which looks like a pool with its turquoise sea, is one of the most popular and at the same time the most crowded entertainment centers in Çeşme. In the bay, where the water is saltier and warmer compared to other regions
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