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Normandy and D-Day Beaches: Point of Interest Map
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Normandy and D-Day Beaches

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A magical island topped by a gravity-defying medieval monastery, the Mont-Saint-Michel counts among France’s most stunning sights. Mont Saint Michel is a small rocky island in Normandy, on the north coast of France, near the border of Brittany. For centuries one of Europe’s major pilgrimage destinations, this holy mount is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as is its breathtaking bay.

Deauville has been founded it as an upscale resort in 1859 by the duc de Morny, Napoléon III's half-brother. Coco Chanel launched her career here, opening a boutique selling tiny hats. With its golf courses, casinos, deluxe hotels, La Touques and Clairefontaine racetracks, regattas, a yachting harbor, polo grounds, and tennis courts, Deauville is stylish and expensive, suitable especially for the business of the upper class.

The capital of Normandy, Rouen is one of the country's most ancient cities, with 2,000 years of history, laid out by the Duke of Normandy in 911. The city on the Seine is rich in historic associations: William the Conqueror died here in 1087, and Joan of Arc was burned at the stake on place du Vieux-Marché in 1431. Nowadays, Rouen is a bustling, vibrant place, bursting with activity generated by the industries connected to the port and the students at nearby universities and art schools.

At the mouth of the Seine opposite Le Havre, Honfleur is one of Normandy's most charming fishing ports. It is 500 years older than Le Havre, dating from the 11th century. The town is especially known for its beautiful picturesque port, painted many times by artists like: Gustave Courbet, Claude Monet and Johan Jongkind, who have contributed to the appearance of the Impressionist movement.

Bayeux, the capital of the Bessin region is famous all over the world for the Bayeux Tapestry, an XIth century linen hanging. Similar to a picture book, it shows through successive images the Norman Conquest, displayed in a museum in the town center. Its medieval center contains cobbled streets, half-timbered houses and the towering, Norman-Gothic Cathédrale Notre-Dame.
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WHY NORMANDY AND D-DAY BEACHES?

Normandy is a region of Northern France just west of Paris that`s famous for its role in World War II as well as a number of other significant events throughout its history. However, its rugged coastline on the English Channel is also home to a number of beautiful small towns and villages perfect for an escape from the congestion of Paris, including Caen, Le Havre, and Rouen.

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