Anzac Cove, Turkey.
The landing of allied troops at Gallipoli was the first major action in which Australians were involved in the First World War. The beach site at Anzac Cove represents a mixture of achievement and tragedy for all Australians. During that time, Australians found their true spirit, a new national pride and our indelible identity as a people. Thousands of Australians visit Anzac Cove every year.
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