This is a most Phenomenal place to visit. It is inspiring, moving and complete in its story of war. It is truly a museum of peace. It is not a place to fit into a days schedule. One does need a whole day to experience all it has to offer. As we approach 70 years since D day it is a wonderful place to understand what D day means to Europe and especially the French
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