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Get a close look at the site of United States invasion with a visit to the beaches of Normandy battlefield of Bayeux. Explore and enjoy the beaches of Utah and Omaha, famous sites like wartime Pointe du Hoc and Sainte – Mère Church and learn the turbulent history of this key place World War II. Visit the Caen Memorial which is dedicated to the brave soldiers who landed on the Normandy in the year of 1944. Pointe du Hoc; where the American rangers landed, the American cemetery at Colleyville Sur Mer Omaha Beach Arromanches and the Canadian Memorial at Juno Beach. Sainte-Mère Church and Airborne Museum: the site of a massive airborne operation involving 15,000 United States paratroopers during World War II. Utah Beach: where soldiers of the 4th Infantry Division leaped from their landing craft and headed according to the order of General Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. German cemetery: the largest in Normandy dedicated to the victims of German war and where more than 21,000 fallen soldiers are in rest. Pointe du Hoc: one of the very large coastal batteries of Germany. Omaha Beach; widely regarded as the most famous beaches of D-Day landing an idea of the challenge facing Allied forces landed here under heavy fire. The cemetery and the Visitors Center of America: the final resting place of 9,387 American soldiers. The cemetery overlooks Omaha Beach and honors the soldiers of all ranks to the equal extent.
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