Musée de la Tapisserie de Bayeux
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Where you can see the 69m long Bayeaux Tapestry depicting William the Conqueror's invasion of England
At the Musée de la Tapisserie de Bayeux you will discover the conquest of the throne of England by William the Conqueror from 1064 until the end of the Battle of Hastings. www.bayeuxmuseum.com
If you’re interested in the telling of history, this is a must see. The museum brings tapestry to life through great audio guide and there’s a good guide for kids too. Good for a rainy day!
The World Famous Bayeux Tapestry depicts William The Conqueror's conquest of England in 1066.
One of the most extraordinary things you will see. The details are dazzling. It is D-Day in reverse, almost thousand years earlier.
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“This museum is built at the site of the artificial harbour. Remnants of Mulberry Harbour can still be seen, a few hundred yards away from the shore. On June 6th 1944, some 4,126 Allied ships successfully achieved the greatest landings in history on the beaches of Normandy and find out more about the how the Mulberry Harbour was constructed - a truly extraordinary technological feat which provided the key to Victory in Normandy.”
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“A trip through the history of the conflicts of the 20th century with artefacts, sound effects, films, and documentation which is continually being updated. Terrifying and gripping, the cafe/restaurant provides a welcome rest. ”
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“The American Military Cemetery of Colleville-sur-Mer is the most famous war cemetery in Normandy. The long lines of white marble Latin crosses and stars of David symbolise the sacrifices that the Allied nations - and here in particular the United States of America - have made for our freedom. The cemetery is an exceptional site, not in the least because of its impressive location dominating Omaha Beach, where the Americans suffered their worst losses. It take around 45 minutes to drive to the American Cemetery from La Forge and is well worth a visit.”
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“Largest war cemetery in Lower Normandy with a Peace Garden of 1,220 maple trees”
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