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Cruises visiting Dardanelles & all Dardanelles cruises for  2020

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The Dardanelles is a narrow strait in NW Turkey, connecting the Aegean Sea to the Sea of Marmara. Like the Bosphorus, it separates Europe and the mainland of Asia. Of great strategic importance, it was crossed by Alexander the Great in 334 BC, was part of the Byzantine Empire until the 14th century, and was the scene of an Allied campaign in WWI. Today, the Gallipoli battlefields are silent, preserved as a national historic park strewn with marble and bronze monuments, among the most emotionally touching places in Turkey. The strait is also rich with legend, such as the legend of the mythical princess Helle, who gave the straits the ancient name of Hellespont.

Along its 60 km length lie many major ports, including Canakkale, as well as many famous historical castles. A visit to Troy to see the famed wooden horse and the nearby ruins is of great interest to many, as is a visit of the Gallipoli Peninsula, a battleground of profound significance. It evokes so many individual emotions, particularly on reading the wording of the memorial monuments in these now beautiful parks. The Dardanelles surely hold a wealth of information. Gallipoli peninsula is a National Park, subject to strict conservation. It is also a military zone.

Due to increasing number of visits every year there is a need to set a sustainable strategy for traffic and site management, facilities, modern conveniences, as well as to retain the dignity and spirit of the place. Most importantly is giving utmost care to conservation and fragility of the environment. Today, Dardanelles is full of shipwrecks from the Gallipoli Campaign that offers divers a special interest in these waters. Pilgrims from many countries visit Gallipoli to see the battle sites, visit cemeteries and pay homage to the thousands who lost their lives on the peninsula.

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