Normandy Section

Bayeux Tapestry - Duke William

Bayeux Tapestry – Norman Conquest England

The Bayeux Tapestry or Tapisserie de la Reine Mathilde depicts the Norman conquest of England by William the Conqueror and the Battle of Hasting in 1066

Mont St Michel

Mont St Michel – Medieval Abbey – Normandy

Mont St Michel, known as Marvel of the Western World and listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, a fortified medieval abbey built on an island

Original Pegasus Bridge in the museum

Pegasus Bridge – Pont de Benouville – D Day

The Bénouville Bridge was renamed Pegasus Bridge to pay tribute to the men of the British 6th Airborne Division who seized it in the early hours of D-Day

Christian Dior collections Louvre 2017 exhibition

September 24 2020

Christian Dior, a famous inhabitant of Granville

Christian Dior was born in Granville, a coastal town of Cotentin in Normandy where his childhood home is now a museum dedicated to his creations
Port of Le Havre by Eugene Boudin

September 6 2020

Eugene Boudin, the painter of Normandy beaches

Eugene Boudin, a sailor's son who became one of the great Masters of Normandy seascapes and beach scenes and a precursor of Impressionism
Maison de Monet in Giverny

August 15 2020

Maison de Monet and gardens in Giverny

Maison de Monet in Giverny, the house and gardens the Impressionist Master transformed into a work of art and where he lived and painted for 43 years
Beny-sur-mer Canadian war cemetery - Stone of Remembrance during the 75th Anniversary commemorations

November 11 2019

Beny-sur-mer Canadian War Cemetery near Juno Beach

Beny-sur-mer Canadian War Cemetery, the burial-place of the soldiers who fell on Juno Beach and in the first days of the Battle of Normandy
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