This small cemetery is for soldiers of Canadian 3rd Division. The cemetery contains the remains of 2049 soldiers killed during the D-Day assaults including 9 sets of brother. It is well worth a stop if you're visiting the area or the D-Day beaches. It is small and set is a quiet location.
It was beautiful and well-kept with a variety of flowers blooming on the graves.
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