Découvrir La Normandie

Discovering Normandy
highlights: Deauville, Trouville; Deauville Beach; Chêne d’Allouville (the hollowed out tree struck by lightning within which a chapel was built); Etretat, the place where Monet and other artists were inspired; Honfleur, the city from which many of the Quebecois first sailed; Rouen, where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake; Bayeux and the Bayeux tapestry; The D-Day Landing Beaches, Gold Sector; Shaking hands with an English veteran from the war; The Batterie de Longues; La Pointe du Hoc; The American Cemetery and the lowering of the flag.

Deauville Hotel
Casino in Deauville
The beach at Deauville




The Fish Market at Trouville
La Chêne d’Alluviale
“To our Lady of Peave, erected by Father L’Abbé of the Detroit Parish in Allouville, 1696.

On top of the cliffs at Etretat
Chapel above the cliffs at Etretat



Loving the translation here hahahaha “Lands lides”

Pont d’Audemar
The oldest Auburge in France, circa 1300s
The Notre Dame Cathedral in Rouen


The Cathedral at Bayeux
The actual Bayeux Tapestry


Arromanches, les plages du débarquement


Pieces of the Floating Port still survive
An English war Veteran
Les Batterie de Longues
Bomb holes, aka Liberation Holes
Point du Hoc
From inside the Bunker





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