Garipoli shipwreck is open to the public

Turkey’s Gallipoli Peninsula, a long-time naval graveyard, is an underwater museum that houses the remains of 14 British, French, and Australian warships that sank during World War I, bringing history closer to diving enthusiasts. It is now a place where you can see it. It can be seen off the coast of Sedurba Hill, the scene of the most fierce battle between the Ottoman Empire and the Allies during the 1915 Galipoli campaign.