• Beach Cemetery
  • Brighton Beach
  • Shrapnell Valley Cemetery
  • ANZAC Beach
  • ANZAC Cove
  • Ari Burnu Cemetery
  • ANZAC Commemorative Site and The North Beach
  • Respect The Mehmetcik Statue
  • ANZAC Trenches
  • Gallipoli Tour at Lone Pine
  • Johnston's Jolly Cemetery
  • Library of Celsus Ephesus
  • Pergamon Acropolis
  • 57th Turkish Infantry Regiment Cemetery
  • Gallipoli Tour at The NEK
  • The Nek Cemetery
  • View from The NEK
  • Water Tank at The Nek - ANZAC
  • Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial - ANZAC
  • Lone Pine Cemetery - ANZAC
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Canakkale

 

Ancient City Of Troy

The ancient city of Troy which has been the main theme of the epic poem Iliada and Odyssey by Homeros, one of the most famous poets of the antique world, and which is known as the place where the Great Troy battle took place stands within the boundaries of Çanakkale. It has been identified that this city was founded in the year 3000 BC and existed until 400 AD. The first excavations in Troy were carried out by a German, H. Schlieman in the year 1870. The remains of a city comprising 9 layers was unearthed in the 9th phase of Troy.