Celebrate the 70th Anniversary of D-Day

By January 21, 2014Uncategorized

February through December, from Mont Saint-Michel to the cliffs of Etretat, Normandy commemorates this monumental time with a calendar filled with events, exhibits, concerts and parades.

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Springtime in Etretat

Springtime in Etretat

A bird stands on one of the 9,387 graves at the Colleville American military cemetery in Colleville sur Mer.

A bird stands on one of the 9,387 graves at the Colleville American military cemetery in Colleville sur Mer.

Yummy Calvados

Yummy Calvados

The half-timbered houses along the canals of Pont Audemar survived the Battle of Normandy. Credit: Óðinn Árnason on Fivehundredpx

The half-timbered houses along the canals of Pont Audemar survived the Battle of Normandy. Credit: Óðinn Árnason on Fivehundredpx

A spooky sunset in Honfleur, a village along the southern bank of the Seine

A spooky sunset in Honfleur, a village along the southern bank of the Seine

Mysterious Mont Saint-Michel

Mysterious Mont Saint-Michel

One of the many majestic castles in Normandy

One of the many majestic castles in Normandy

The Aval's Door in Etretat, a big arch of flint created by pummeling waves.

The Aval’s Door in Etretat, a big arch of flint created by pummeling waves.

Fabulous Mont Saint-Michel from above

Fabulous Mont Saint-Michel from above

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