WWI / Ancient History - Gallipoli with Greek Islands
SCHOOL TOURS TO TURKEY
The Gallipoli campaign was one of the most significant events in WWI history for Australians. Aimed at years 9 – 12 history students, this educational trip to Turkey combines Australian history with some of Europe’s ancient cities, including Troy and Ephesus, as well as a visit to the countries’ western capital Istanbul. Relevant ancient sites and cities in Greece can easily be included in the tour. ANZAC Tours to Gallipoli can be combined with a WWI France & Belgium History Tour.
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Utilising the knowledge students have previously gained in the classroom
Participants return with an enhanced interest in global issues as well as a broader general knowledge
Students discover first-hand the many aspects of Australia’s role during the first world war and are able to better understand the impact of WWI
Experience the difference between the Eastern and Western world, Islam and Christianism and Asia and Europe
- Cultural and religious sites such as Topkapi Palace, the Blue Mosque, St. Sophia and Hippodrome
- Cruise between the two continents Asia & Europe and visit the Grand Bazaar and the Spice Bazaar
GALLIPOLI & CANAKKALE
- Visit ANZAC Cove, Lone Pine Cemetery and Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial
- See the WWI battlefields and visit Johnston’s Jolly for an in depth look at Turkish and allied trenches and tunnels
TROY & EPHESUS
- Visit Troy to see the remains of the various cities of Troy, the 3700 year old city walls and the wooden horse
- Visit the famous ruins of Ephesus including its magnificent library, the Temple of Artemis and the Cottage of the Virgin Mary
MARMARIS & RHODES
- Extend your trip to Marmaris and take the ferry to the beautiful Greek island of Rhodes
- Visit the old town and the ancient cities of Lindos, Kameiros and Ialysos
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