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Anzac Cove is the best-known spot on Gallipoli. The men of the ANZAC corps waded ashore at Anzac Cove. They were sent immediately inland into battle along Second Ridge at places which became famous in the story of Anzac – Lone Pine, Courtney’s Post, Quinn’s Post and the Nek. Up the slopes of the eroded valleys behind Anzac Cove, a virtual town of lean-to shelters, dugouts and more elaborate structures emerged to house the ANZAC staff. The new site, with its informal low stone walls, paths to the beach and information panels has become a focal point for visitors to this heritage area. It includes the original proposal concept design, the actual site plans with elevation drawings, drainage plans and structural details, showing the balance of conservation of natural, archaeological and battlefield areas with accessibility to the public, and a gallery of images showing the process of construction of the Anzac Commemorative Site from the initial earth works, through each stage of development to the final completion.
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