57. Piyade Alayi Sehitligi

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radbrad73
Dallas, TX71 contributions
A fitting memorial to a legendary Ottoman Army unit.
Oct 2020
A moving memorial to the most famous Ottoman unit in the Gallipoli (or Cannakale) campaign. Very well maintained and significant to the Turkish people who visit, given their ancestors fought and died all around this hilltop location.
Written 31 December 2020
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utkan ulucay
Istanbul, Turkey455 contributions
Epic troop
Jun 2020
This is the troop serving in Çanakkale War since the beginning till the end. This is the troop which almost evetyone has martyred. This is the troop which Mustafa Kemal has ordered “ not to fight but to die!”. Rest in peace🇹🇷
Written 14 June 2020
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shaik786
Bengaluru, India508 contributions
Turkish Cemetery
Jul 2019 • Solo
A well maintained battlefield cemetery with a rich history, not to be forgotten and to show gratitude to the fallen heroes who laid their lives protecting the Turkish nation
Written 1 August 2019
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Johndot_12
Salisbury, UK308 contributions
A humbling Turkish cemetery on the peninsula high ground
Jun 2019 • Friends
This is an updated cemetery on some of the highest ground on the peninsula, held by the Turkish as a key point in the 1915 campaign. There is plenty to see from this vantage point and easy to understand how critical it was to hold during this campaign. The battles here and nearby confirmed the Turkish as the campaign victors and was the coming of age for their commanders. Kemel Ataturk was here as a commander and it made his reputation as a leader.

There is plenty of parking, loos and some small stalls for souvenirs and snacks. A must to visit.
Written 4 July 2019
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Herbie15
430 contributions
Turkish military history
Mar 2019 • Couples
Part of the Gallipoli Peninsula, it provides a balance to the NZ/Aus history of the coastline. English information boards are present and in the month we visited there were very few people present.
Written 26 March 2019
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ahmsjs
Wollongong, Australia111 contributions
Worth a visit
Jul 2018 • Family
With all of the Anzac memorials in the area - it is also worth seeing the Turkish memorial.

It has various plaques to read. Structurally well set out and visually appealing.

There are toilets nearby. Turkish ice cream & also souvenir shops are in walking distance.
Written 15 July 2018
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Hasan Kutay Y
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thankfulness to our 1915 martyrs
Jun 2018 • Family
After the visit, my mind was full of thoughts which we have debt of gratitude to martyrs. Please change your route to this great place wherever you are

Ziyaretten sonra zihnim şehitlerimize olan şükran borcumuz düşünceleriyle doluydu. Lütfen her nerede olursanız olun rotanızı bu muhteşem yere çevirin
Written 17 June 2018
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Emre
Canakkale, Turkey81 contributions
Memorial with a graveyars
Jun 2017 • Business
Located almost 500 metres above sea level, larg car park. WC. symbolic and proper cemetery. Some other memorial loacated around. Shops are cheap. Worthseeing. good view
Written 28 February 2018
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TheScruffyTraveler
Singapore, Singapore492 contributions
Gallipoli War Monument of 57th Ottoman Infantry Regiment
Dec 2017 • Solo
Visited the Gallipoli War Monument of 57th Ottoman Infantry Regiment as part of the Crowded House Gallipoli Day Tour. This momentum is dedicated to the over 1800 men of the regiment who died during the Gallipoli Campaign. It is very well maintained and a fitting tribute to the brave men who gave their lives for their country. The status and motifs do justice to telling their story. In particular, the section where each of their names are engraved in metal plates arrayed in long rows.
Written 8 December 2017
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Intrepid4ever
Sydney, Australia109 contributions
After seeing the ANZAC places, please come here and pay your respects
Sep 2016 • Solo
(I missed adding a review of this place when I was here August 2016) As an Australian I was moved to end my day seeing the Gallipoli memorial park at this beautifully presented and maintained monument to this gallant regiment involve din defending their homeland.
Written 21 August 2017
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