Diving into history: Gallipoli shipwrecks open to public

Turkey’s Gallipoli peninsula, which has long been the graveyard of navies, is now a place where diving enthusiasts can witness history up close in an underwater museum that hosts the remains of 14 British, French and Australian warships that sank during World War I. The wrecks can be seen off the coast of Seddulbahir, the scene of one of the fiercest fighting between Ottoman and Allied forces during the 1915 Gallipoli campaign.

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