Ariburnu Cemetery in Gallipoli, rows of white headstones against serene landscape.

Ari Burnu Cemetery

  • 17902 Kocadere/Eceabat/Çanakkale, Türkiye

Ariburnu Cemetery, located on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, stands as a poignant reminder of the Gallipoli Campaign during World War I. This site is not just a burial ground but also a symbol of respect and remembrance for the soldiers who lost their lives in the conflict. The cemetery is set against a backdrop of serene landscapes, overlooking the Aegean Sea, offering a peaceful final resting place for the fallen. It’s one of several memorials and cemeteries in the Gallipoli Peninsula that collectively narrate the somber history of the battles fought there. The Ariburnu Cemetery, in particular, is notable for its historical significance and the profound sense of tranquility it offers to visitors, making it an essential stop for those looking to understand the full scope of the Gallipoli Campaign’s impact.