A Guide to Anzac Day for New Zealanders
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Anzac commemorative site

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Anzac commemorative site above North Beach, Gallipoli with the islands of Imbros and Samothrace on the horizon. This site was created as a joint effort of the New Zealand and Australian governments in cooperation with the Turkish government. It was dedicated by the Prime Minister, Helen Clark, her Australian counterpart John Howard, and the Turkish Minister of Forestry on Anzac Day 2000. They unveiled a plaque stating that the Gallipoli Peninsula Peace Park is dedicated to the pursuit of peace, harmony, freedom and understanding.

Scrolling right, is the beach with the outposts in the middle distance, then Walker's Ridge, the Sphinx and, in the foreground, the wall containing panels depicting episodes in the campaign immediately below the Kabatepe-Suvla road, and Plugge's Plateau running down to Ari Burnu point.


Photography by Brian Donovan, October 2004

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