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AZMAK CEMETERY (1074 burials) contains casualties of the northern part of the Suvla operations. The name derives from Azmak Dere, a watered ravine running into Salt Lake. The cemetery is 500m from a metalled road along a track that is normally drivable. HILL 10 CEMETERY (699 burials) is named after a low isolated mound on the northern side of the Salt Lake which was taken by the 11th Manchester a

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Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park

The Gelibolu Peninsula Historical National Park, with a total area of 33,000 hectares, was founded in 1973 and is on the United Nations list of Parks and Protection Areas. It is in the province of Canakkale, at the southern edge of the Gelibolu Strait, on the European shore of Dardanelles (Canakkale Bogazi). This area is known for the war cemeteries and memorials for the Turkish and foreign soldie

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The Historic National Park of Gallipoli Peninsula

The historic battlefields on the Gallipoli Peninsula were set up as a national park on 2 November 1973 by the Ministry of Environment and Forestry. The whole of the Peninsula was declared a national park on 14 November 1980. Also referred to as the Peace Park, the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park covers an area of 33.000 hectares with many valuable historical, military, ancient a

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