D-Day and the Battle of Normandy
William the Conqueror
Beaches in Normandy
Out of the ordinary
Hôtels de Charme in Normandy
Chronologically, there were three definable phases to the operation on June 6th 1944...
D-Day Landing Beaches
Sites and attractions
Documents, objects, models pay homage to the allied Soldiers, Sailors and ...
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Located between Caen and Courseulles: 224 graves.
Discover the last vestiges of the Second World War in Honfleur.
Within a 350m2 ...
The Airborne Museum first opened its doors back in 1962, in the centre of ...
Between Caen and Caumont-l'Eventé: 2,183 graves.
The natural protected site of Mont Canisy looms 110 metres above the sea. From ...
Unique German mausoleum in France. This round building with two floors has a ...
This museum recalls the tragic hours followed by the respite of liberation. ...
The museum of Liberation sits proudly atop the mountain Roule dominating ...
Located at 7kms in the North East from Sainte-Mère-Eglise, this battery built ...
Near to Courseulles: 2,049 graves.
Near to Bény Bocage: 789 graves.