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NORMANDY

A rich natural and historical heritage

Normandy often evokes green pastures grazed by fleshy cattle producing a milk of which famous cheeses are made (Camembert). For others, it first evokes the Norman coast, Etretat, the beaches of the Opal Coast (Deauville-Trouville), the landing beaches (Omaha Beach) or the Bay of Mont Saint Michel. But Normandy, it is also a considerable historical inheritance that it is in Rouen where Joan of Arc was burned, or along the valley of the Seine in Giverny (Monet) Château Gaillard (Richard Lion’s heart) Abbeys of Jumièges or Boscherville, or Mont Saint Michel which Abbey was founded more than 1000 years ago. Natural and historical heritage come together here to the delight of visitors.

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Normandy has managed to preserve its identity and authenticity throughout the centuries. Where earth meets sea under an ever-changing sky, this place is a living canvas that inspired the greatest artists : Claude Monet, Eugène Boudin, Raoul Dufy, etc.
Thanks to these artists, paintings depicting Etretat, Honfleur, the Seine River valley, Rouen and the Norman countryside have travelled around the world.
Normandy offers visitors a rich cultural and historic patrimony : medieval fortresses, wonders of Gothic art like Mont Saint Michel, abbeys and cathedrals, the Bayeux Tapestry and castles surrounded by romantic parks and gardens.
An approach to our heritage including modern museography may include visits as varied as the beaches of the 1944 Debarkment, stud farms in this quintessential horse country, the Giverny Gardens and the house where Claude Monet lived from 1883 to 1926.
In Calvados country, where delicious Bénédictine liqueur, oysters andcheese can be tasted, it is a gastronomic trip as well !
 

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NORMANDY

A rich natural and historical heritage

Normandy often evokes green pastures grazed by fleshy cattle producing a milk of which famous cheeses are made (Camembert). For others, it first evokes the Norman coast, Etretat, the beaches of the Opal Coast (Deauville-Trouville), the landing beaches (Omaha Beach) or the Bay of Mont Saint Michel. But Normandy, it is also a considerable historical inheritance that it is in Rouen where Joan of Arc was burned, or along the valley of the Seine in Giverny (Monet) Château Gaillard (Richard Lion’s heart) Abbeys of Jumièges or Boscherville, or Mont Saint Michel which Abbey was founded more than 1000 years ago. Natural and historical heritage come together here to the delight of visitors.

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