Gallipoli National Park,the centre of Çanakkale Wars, in which an epic to be learnt by each Turk claiming to be Turk is full of indefinable strong emotions attracting thousands of Turk and foreign tourists with its invaluable natural beauties. Gelibolu National Park, resembling a large open-air war museum, is compromised of a more than a 100kms racecourse in a 330m2 area. Gelibolu National Park, making you feel the rage of those past days renders unforgettable photographs from past up to now with its attracttive geography, natural beauties, tens of memorials, shields, places, and martyrdoms. A large part of the Gelibolu Peninsula was declared to be a national park in order to protect the impressions and memories of the Çanakkale Wars and to honor 500.000 Turk and foreign heros losing their lives in the war. İn the historical national park take place 37 Turkish monuments, inscriptions and martyrdoms; 33 memorials and graves belonging to the French, New Zeland, England and Australia. Çanakkale (Gelibolu) Wars are divided into four phases. The first phase started as a sea attack in early 1915 and it was concluded with the defeat of the entente nations in the Dardanelles. The forthcoming phases are those in which sea-supported land attacks overweighed and that the most important losses occured. The second phase compromises of the taking out of the English and French armies to Seddübahir and the taking out of the Australia and New Zeland armies to Arıburnu (Anzac) coast. The third phase included the taking out to the Anafarta Harbour on the South of Arıburnu. This phase occurs with the simultaneous attacks to Seddübahir and Arıburnu. The fourth phase is the episode including the withdrawal of the entente nations because of being defeated many times in the Dardanelles and the Gelibolu Peninsula. The centres where the hardest battles happened in the land wars are: Tekke and Hisarlık Capes around Seddübahir, Morto, Ertuğrul, İkiz Bays, Alçıtepe, Kerevizdere, Zığındere and; Arıburnu, Conkbayrı, Kocaçimen, Kanlısırt, Anafartalar, Suvla Capes on the northeast of Gelibolu Peninsula. Eventhough the numbers are distracting in some resourches, the proportions of human losses are terrifying. Years after the war, for thousands of Turkish and foreign heros losing their lives on this earth, tens f martyrdoms and mwere constructed. The most majestic among all the memorials and martyrdoms scattered in the area is Çanakkale Martyrs Memorial. Martyrs Memorial, constructed on Hisarlıktepe in front of the village Mortol was completed in 1960 for the memories of our 253.000 martyrsand it is 42 metres high. Below the memorial takes place a war museum in which the findings regarding the Çanakkale Wars are displayed.