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Harlech Castle

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Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Bayeux is a Norman-Romanesque cathedral, located in the town of Bayeux.  FRANCE

Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Bayeux is a Norman-Romanesque cathedral, located in the town of Bayeux. FRANCE

Haute-Normandie, Jumieges | France

Haute-Normandie, Jumieges | France

One of four Green Men in the Cathedral of Bayeux, Normandy, France (photo Claude Rayon©)

One of four Green Men in the Cathedral of Bayeux, Normandy, France (photo Claude Rayon©)

12th Century carving at Bayeux Cathedral, Normandy, France.

12th Century carving at Bayeux Cathedral, Normandy, France.

Bayeux, France: best known for the eleventh-century tapestry bearing its name, but it holds a special place in recent history as well, as it was the first town liberated by the Allies after they landed on Normandy beach in 1944. As a result, its appeal is a mix of the classic (the Norman-Gothic Bayeux Cathedral dominates the skyline) and the more contemporary (a somber, minimalist World War II cemetery).

Bayeux, France: best known for the eleventh-century tapestry bearing its name, but it holds a special place in recent history as well, as it was the first town liberated by the Allies after they landed on Normandy beach in 1944. As a result, its appeal is a mix of the classic (the Norman-Gothic Bayeux Cathedral dominates the skyline) and the more contemporary (a somber, minimalist World War II cemetery).

Notre Dame of Normandy  France

Notre Dame of Normandy France

Lourdes France - Catholics flock to visit the shrine of the "Virgin Mary" located here ... It would be an interesting place to go and witness to people about Jesus

Lourdes France - Catholics flock to visit the shrine of the "Virgin Mary" located here ... It would be an interesting place to go and witness to people about Jesus

For those wondering:it's the ruins of St-Etienne-le-Vieux a large medieval church destroyed in World War II. Next to Caen in France

For those wondering:it's the ruins of St-Etienne-le-Vieux a large medieval church destroyed in World War II. Next to Caen in France