Ari Burnu Point panorama, Gallipoli

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Before dawn on 25 April 1915, the first wave of Lieutenant-General William Birdwood’s Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) came ashore on either side of the Ari Burnu headland. Most of the men landed in Anzac Cove, a small beach to its south.

The panorama above shows the beach at Ari Burnu Point, with the Ari Burnu Cemetery in the background. Anzac Cove lies behind the cemetery. Scrolling right reveals Imbros and Samothrace on the horizon, Nibrunesi Point, then the outposts, Walker's Ridge, and the Sphinx with the Anzac commemorative site above North Beach. Plugge's (pronounced Pluggy’s) Plateau is the ridge to the right of the Sphinx.

(Turn on the hotspots option to find links to panoramas from the perspective of the Anzac commemorative site, Walker’s Ridge and Plugge’s Plateau).

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