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How to Visit Normandy Beach & World War II Memorials

This June marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day. We walked along the 5 beaches – Sword, Juno, Gold, Omaha and Utah – to better understand the history, context and resolution.

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[…] Remnants of German bunkers, military machinery and harbor equipment can still be seen today. For the complete guide to visiting Normandy for WWII, check out my post on the Normandy beaches here. […]

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The Prettiest Towns in Normandy: Where Impressionist Art Was Born!

We’ve rounded up the prettiest towns in Normandy!

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OuttaraMarch 17, 2019 - 3:01 pm

Hi Sher!

Dropping by to tell you that I loved your post!

I have seen many flights to Normandy but haven’t taken them up since there’s so many other places to visit in Europe. But I have to say that your pictures have changed my mind about it. Especially Mont St-Michel, it literally looks out of a Disney movie, and Fécamp just looks so dreamy. Thanks again!

P.S. I’m going to HAVE to share this post!

Veronica ChurchMarch 18, 2019 - 5:35 am

I am amazed at all the beautiful places in Normandy. I am particularly amazed by Le Havre. It really is amazing to see them rebuild the place & make it to be structurally unique.

DeeMarch 18, 2019 - 4:39 pm

How absolutely beautiful! The landscapes really would inspire any artist.