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Normandy

Trouville-sur-Mer - Port and fish market

Trouville-sur-Mer – seaside resort – Normandy

Trouville-sur-mer, one of the trendiest, most elegant and authentic seaside resorts on the Côte Fleurie, the coastline of Pays d’Auge in Basse-Normandy

Parasols on the beach in Deauville

Deauville seaside resort – Basse-Normandie

Deauville, a luxury and trendy seaside resort in Normandie, home to the annual American Film Festival that attracts celebrities from all around the world

Cows on the Cote Fleurie

Cote Fleurie – Calvados coastline – Normandy

Cote Fleurie, a coastline stretching along the Pays d’Auge region in Lower Normandy and named after the green and flowery countryside and seaside resorts

Gros Horloge in Rouen

Rouen – Capital of Haute Normandie

Rouen, the former seat of the Exchequer and prominent city of the Duchy of Normandy, is today a dynamic port and the influential capital of Haute Normandie

Jumieges Abbey

Jumieges Abbey – Seine-Maritime – Normandie

Jumieges Abbey, one of the oldest and most influential Benedictine monasteries in Normandy, was turned in a stone and wood quarry at the French Revolution

Abbaye du Bec-Hellouin - Tour Saint-Nicolas

Abbaye du Bec-Hellouin – Benedictine Abbey

The Abbaye du Bec-Hellouin, one of the most influential Norman abbeys under the protection of William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy and King of England

Chateau Gaillard

Chateau Gaillard – Richard-the-Lionheart’s castle

Chateau Gaillard, a mighty fortress commanding the Seine and built by Richard the Lionheart, King of England, Duke of Normandy and vassal of the French King

Le Treport

Le Treport – Fishing port – Seaside resort

Le Treport, an active fishing port, port of cabotage and trendy seaside resort located along the Alabaster Coast in the Pays de Caux in Haute Normandie

Dieppe marina

Dieppe – fishing port – Alabaster Coast

Dieppe, an important fishing port, popular seaside resort and marina, located along the Cote d’Albatre in Haute Normandie and easily accessed from Paris

Fecamp marina

Fecamp – Harbour and Palais Benedictine

Fecamp, home to the Palace of the Dukes of Normandy, a major cod fishing port converted into a marina, and the site of production of the Benedictine liquor

Etretat

Etretat – Cliffs along the Alabaster Coast

The three arches and the needle of the Cliffs of Etretat, a major tourist attraction in Normandie and source of inspiration for the greatest French painters

St. Joseph Church in Le Havre

Le Havre city – harbour – Haute Normandie

Le Havre, the 2nd largest French port after Marseille and the largest French container port, is located in Normandy on the right bank of the Seine estuary

Chateau de Bricquebec - Ruined gate and rampart

Chateau de Bricquebec, a Viking fortress

Chateau de Bricquebec, a Viking fortress and its imposing polygonal dungeon high perched on its feudal mound, one of Normandy's major medieval strongholds
Chateau de Pirou seen from low court

Chateau de Pirou, one of the oldest Norman castles

Chateau de Pirou, one of the oldest castles in Normandy and a superb illustration of medieval military architecture, a spectacular and impregnable fortress that once defended the marshy coastline
Wilhelm Lubrich's grave among his companions' in arms

Wilhelm Lubrich – Story of a Polish soldier of the Second World War

This is the story of Wilhelm Lubrich, a Pole from Silesia, who was forced to fight in the German army during WWII and died in Normandy
Quesnel-Morinière mansion-museum and Jardin des Plantes de Coutances

Coutances, the Unelles’ capital renamed after a Roman emperor

Coutances, the capital of the Celtic Unelles was renamed after a Roman Emperor and later became the seat of the Bishopric of Coutances and Avranches

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