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The name Juno Beach signifies some of the Canadian force's greatest sacrifice in the name of the Liberation of France.
© Lesley Williamson
Experience the Battle of Normandy as if you were really there at the Arromanches 360 Circular Cinema.
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The Abbaye d'Ardenne was the scene of a dark page in history of D-Day.
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The Caen Memorial will immerse you in 20th century history, from World War II to the Cold War.
© Boats in the "Solitaire du Figaro" race, in the first leg linking Caen to Ireland.
Caen: a destination where land and sea meet.
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Located between Arromanches and Grandcamp
Maisy, on the Normandy coast, the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial is a
haven of peace which encourages contemplation.
© Ville de Deauville
Built upon a few acres of marshland and dunes 150 years ago, Deauville
is today one of the most memorable seaside resort and business tourism
place of its area.
© Golf Barrière de Deauville
Found on Mount Canisy, 4km from Deauville,
this golf course overlooks the town and offers a stunning, unique view of the
sea and surrounding countryside of Normandy.
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Classified in the UNESCO world heritage, Le Havre does not stop innovating and being renewed, offering a wide choice of activities.
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Here is a golf course designed in the best
of British tradition. Two winding courses at the mercy of lake
water-hazards, and lifted by the soft hills of the wooded countryside.