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Bayeux War Cemetery
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The peaceful Bayeux War Cemetery is the largest of the 18 Commonwealth military cemeteries in Normandy. It contains 4,868 graves of soldiers from the UK and 10 other countries (including Germany, in contrast to the American cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer). Many of the soldiers buried here were never identified, and the headstones are simply marked 'A Soldier Known Unto God'. The bodies of 1,807 other Commonwealth soldiers were never found, and are commemorated on the memorial across the main road.

Bayeux was liberated by the Allies in June 1944 and became the seat of government for France until Paris was liberated. In this time the British built the ring road to enable military vehicles to move around the city and established many military hospitals. Many of those buried in the cemetery are from those hospitals.

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Bayeux Tapestry (Tapisserie de Bayeux)
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There are few 11th century artworks as famous as the legendary Bayeux Tapestry, which is so well known that it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage ‘Memory of the World.’ Measuring almost 70 meters long, the elaborate tapestry features an epic 58 scenes, each carefully embroidered with colored wool yarns onto a linen backdrop. Originally made in England back in the 1070s, the artwork depicts historic scenes from the Norman conquest of England, ending in the infamous Battle of Hastings in 1066. Viking ships, Norman and Saxon cavalries, bloody battle scenes and images of King Edward and William the Conqueror are all brought to life on the tapestry, with each scene captioned in Latin.

The tapestry, remarkably preserved despite being almost 1000 years old, has been on public display in the French Musée de la Tapisserie de Bayeux since 1983, becoming a hugely popular attraction for visitors from Normandy.

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Bayeux Cathedral (Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Bayeux)
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A National Monument of France and one of Bayeaux’s most eye-catching monuments, the Bayeux Cathedral (Cathedrale Notre Dame de Bayeux) is best known as the original home of the Bayeux Tapestry (now a UNESCO ‘Memory of the World’ and displayed at the nearby Bayeux Tapestry Museum). Originally built in the 11th-century, the cathedral’s Gothic façade was reconstructed in the 12th century, but much of the Romanesque-style interiors remain intact, shown off by atmospheric lighting during the evening hours.

Consecrated in 1077 by Bishop Odo of Conteville in the presence of his brother and King of England, William the Conqueror, the cathedral’s strong English ties are portrayed in its vibrant frescos, which depict the life of Thomas Becket, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and of course, the iconic Bayeux Tapestry, said to have been commissioned by the Bishop to decorate its nave.

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Mont Saint-Michel
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モンサンミシェル大修道院は北フランスを代表する歴史的建造物です。 平坦な白い砂の上にそびえ立つ細長い塔や巨大な砲塔。サン・マロ湾の小島の頂上に位置するこの大修道院は、分厚い城壁と胸壁に囲まれ、古い土手道で陸と繋がっています。
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Omaha Beach
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オマハビーチは、世界第二次大戦において激戦となった場所です。1944年6月6日、アメリカ軍を主体とする連合軍が、ドイツに占領されていたフランスのノルマンディの海岸から上陸しました。オマハビーチは、史上最大の作戦とも言われるノルマンディ上陸作戦における5つの上陸地点の1つでした。

オマハビーチへの上陸は、アメリカ軍に大きな損害を与え、その1日で2,400人におよぶ戦死者を出しましたが、34,000人の兵隊が上陸に成功しました。ドイツ側の必死の抵抗もありましたが、その後ドイツは降伏し、終戦を迎えることとなりました。オマハビーチにおけるノルマンディー上陸作戦は、この作戦を舞台にした映画『プライベート・ライアン』で有名となりました。この映画は、ノルマンディー作戦から一人の兵士の救出に向かう兵士たちが描かれており、リアリティと迫力のある大規模な戦闘シーンを見ることができます。オマハビーチには、アメリカ軍戦没者墓地があり、上陸作戦で命を落としたアメリカ人兵隊が何万人と眠っています。

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Pointe du Hoc
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Being the highest point between Omaha and Utah Beaches, the cliffs of Pointe du Hoc was an important location in the Atlantic Wall strategy of defense against the Allies. So on D-Day, it was an equally important target to overtake so that the liberation of France could proceed.

In what can only be described as old-school warfare, the the American Second Ranger Battalion climbed the 100-foot-high cliff to seize the weapons that could take out approaching Allied boats. It was an epic battle, but the Americans ultimately emerged victorious – albeit with significant loss of life.

Today, the cliffside of Pointe du Hoc is the location of a monument to this battle, which was built by the French directly on top of the German bunker that was seized by the Americans. Unlike many of the WWII battle sites that have memorials or museums, this location has remained largely untouched since the battle that occurred here; visitors can still see the scars on the ground.

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モンサンミシェル大修道院は北フランスを代表する歴史的建造物です。 平坦な白い砂の上にそびえ立つ細長い塔や巨大な砲塔。サン・マロ湾の小島の頂上に位置するこの大修道院は、分厚い城壁と胸壁に囲まれ、古い土手道で陸と繋がっています。
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Brittany (Bretagne)
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Brittany is the western-most region in France, a peninsula on the coast that stretches out into the Atlantic and well past the Greenwich Mean Time line of its neighbor across the English Channel. Although Brittany is rich in history and its natural beauty is nothing short of breathtaking, it remains a hidden gem away from many foreign tourists because of its distance from Paris, everyone's favorite base for France vacations.

In French, Brittany is known as Bretagne and its inhabitants are called Bretons. The region's history goes back hundreds of thousands of years, as evidenced by BC-era stone arrangements and an ancient hearth discovery, as well as the stories of the Celtic tribes that inhabited the region at the turn of the millennium and eventually lost to the Romans, as so many did. Because of its location, Brittany has been attacked several times throughout the centuries, and both battle remnants and cultural influences of invaders can still be found today.

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