Monday, 16 October 2017

Normandy: Feeling History and Nature

The road trip began from Brussels to Caen, where the famous Battle for Caen took place between the British troops and the Germans in the Second WW (1944)

Juno Beach, one of five beaches of the Allied invasion of the German-occupied France, 1944. A tribute to the Canadian troops who were responsible for the landing on Juno

Arromanches-les-Bains, with the remains of Mulberry harbour in its bay


Mont St. Michel, a World Heritage Site, according to UNESCO

Mont St. Michel, the second most visited place in France, after Paris

Omaha Beach

Omaha Beach

Memorial to the US soldiers during the Battle for Normandy

Pointe du Hoc, where remains of German bunkers are still visible

The sound of seagulls @ Pointe du Hoc...

Pointe du Hoc. Where the bombs once hit...

Pointe du Hoc

Pointe du Hoc

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