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The Abbaye aux Hommes is an 11th century Romanesque abbey church in Caen, Normandy, known for being William the Conqueror’s gravesite.
The Battle of Normandy Memorial Museum traces the events of this famous World War II battle.
The Big Red One Assault Museum looks at the history of the US First Infantry Division in World War II.
One of the oldest Norman castles in existence, the Chateau de Pirou is picturesque, small and yet well-fortified.
The Gold Beach Museum tells the story of one of the D-Day Landings.
Le Memorial at Caen is a history museum dedicated to World War Two and other conflicts.
The Longues-sur-Mer Gun Battery was a World War II German defensive battery.
An imposing rocky outcrop in Normandy, Mont Saint-Michel is the site of a stunning Romanesque Abbey, medieval church and historic battlements.
Musee Airborne is a World War Two museum dedicated to the Normandy Landings of 1944.
Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial is a World War Two graveyard with a visitor centre.
The Omaha Beach Museum chronicles the events of the largest of the D-Day Landings in Normandy in World War II.
Pegasus Bridge in Normandy was captured by British forces at the start of D-Day, the Allied invasion of France.
The Pointe Du Hoc Memorial is located on one of the sites of the Normandy Landings of World War Two.
Sword Beach was one of the five landing beaches of the Normandy D-day Landings during World War II.
The Bayeux Tapestry Museum holds the famous embroidered account of the Norman Conquest of England in 1066.
The Juno Beach Centre explores the history of the Canadian forces in World War II.
The Merville Gun Battery is a former German World War II fortification neutralised by the Allies on D-Day.
The Pegasus Bridge Museum in Normandy is dedicated to the British 6th Airborne Division, the first Allied troops to land on D-Day.