The seaside town of Arromanches, was designated as Gold Beach by the allies during the Normandy invasion of World War II, features one of the areas oldest and most respected D-Day museums, the Musee du Debarquement.
Remnants of the artificial harbor at Arromanches
Offshore, remnants remain of the artificial harbor code named Mullberrys that the Allies built to facilitate the massive flow of supplies for the invading army.
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