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ANZAC

Statue in ANZAC Square. ANZAC Cove on the Gallipoli peninsula. Statue commemorating fallen soldiers in the South African War 1899 - 1902. Lone Pine cemetery and memorial to the ANZACs on the Gallipoli (Turkish Gelibolu) peninsula. Lone Pine cemetery and memorial to the ANZACs on the Gallipoli (Turkish Gelibolu) peninsula. Statue in ANZAC Square. Statue commemorating fallen soldiers in the South African War 1899 - 1902. The lone pine at the Lone Pine cemetery and memorial to the ANZACs on the Gallipoli (Turkish Gelibolu) peninsula. Service at the ANZAC memorial, Brisbane Central railway station as backdrop. Old trench on the Gallipoli (Turkish Gelibolu) peninsula. Statue in ANZAC Square. Statue in ANZAC Square. View northward of the Gallipoli (Turkish Gelibolu) peninsula. Old trench on the Gallipoli (Turkish Gelibolu) peninsula. Lone Pine cemetery and memorial to the ANZACs on the Gallipoli (Turkish Gelibolu) peninsula. Service at the ANZAC memorial, Brisbane Central railway station as backdrop. Service at the ANZAC memorial, New Zealand flag at half-mast. Grave markers and the lone pine at the Lone Pine cemetery and memorial to the ANZACs on the Gallipoli (Turkish Gelibolu) peninsula. Memorial to the ANZACs on the Gallipoli (Turkish Gelibolu) peninsula. View northward of the Gallipoli (Turkish Gelibolu) peninsula and old fortifications. Memorial to the armed forces of Turkey and the ANZACs in the First World War on the Gallipoli (Turkish Gelibolu) peninsula. ANZAC Cove and the site of the annual ANZAC day service on the Gallipoli peninsula. Service at the ANZAC memorial, Brisbane Central railway station as backdrop. Slopes of the Gallipoli (Turkish Gelibolu) peninsula down to ANZAC Cove and the site of the annual ANZAC day service.