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Canakkale Naval Museum

Cimenlik Park, Canakkale, Turkey
+90 286 217 17 07
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Interesting museum for student of World War 1

Nice location with wide range of exhibits - good parking but signposting somewhat disappointing... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
maplethorpepaul
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Porthleven, United Kingdom
where was the museum

Interesting to walk on the ramparts, but did not see a museum, there was a shop called the museum... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
elainehazelnut2018
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Ankara, Turkey
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Cimenlik Park, Canakkale, Turkey
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+90 286 217 17 07
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in 7 reviews
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Nice location with wide range of exhibits - good parking but signposting somewhat disappointing - we only ffound it by chance

Thank maplethorpepaul
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Interesting to walk on the ramparts, but did not see a museum, there was a shop called the museum shop but it had little stock, other than some drinks and a few trinkets

Thank elainehazelnut2018
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Visited as part of a private tour. Interesting to learn more of the importance the Dardanelles played in WW1. Only requires a 30 min visit but gives a good outlook of the narrows. Close to fort constructed by the Ottomans in 90 odd days, amazing...More

Thank DennisMark23
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Reviewed 23 April 2018

Hard to believe how human had started to make "clothes" to cover their bodies and build their own shelters from mud or adobe bricks to be able to withstand the ravages of weather. Their development are being unveiled in this small area. An eye-opening indeed...More

Thank AlexSayok1
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Reviewed 2 March 2018

This is where i have been many times with international students. It has a fort, mosque, cannons, a model of a ship, lots of busts, torpedeoes, a wreck of a submarine and more...2. minutes away to city centre and clean. It is a military zone....More

Thank Emre E
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Reviewed 25 February 2018 via mobile

It has lots of history and nice movies and presentations that explain in detail how the Gallipoli campaign during WWI was fought and won by the Turks. Lots of canons and mines used in the early 1900s. If you have time, it is very interesting...More

Thank Patricia F
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Reviewed 7 December 2017

Although there are better sights and sites on this peninsula this is still worth a visit if you are in the area. The whole set up, looking over the Dardanelles and seeing the merchant ships travelling up and down to the Black Sea allows you...More

Thank rftu
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Reviewed 11 October 2017

Although the guns are gone what they built here is a great educational tool to help anyone understand what the British and others were up against and why they weren't successful.

Thank Warrick M
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Reviewed 8 October 2017

Husband had heard it was interesting - and it was! Manned by young men doing their national service - some grumpier than others! (you have to pay extra to take photographs). It was strange viewing their collection as it was exhibited from the victor's point...More

Thank katethepict
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Reviewed 6 September 2017

Go over on the Ferry, and this alone is worth the trip!!! . .. Our Ferry had to stop half way to let other ships pass, and you get the feeling that this strip of water must have been really scary during the Galipoli Landings...More

Thank geoff746
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Susan W
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Response from oztabakm | Reviewed this property |
Çanakkale Naval Museum is open between 09:00-17:00 everyday except Monday. The exhibition outside takes about 1 hr if you explore all of the items. It takes around two hours if you visit both Nusret ship and the show... More
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