A Lower Normandy Travel Guide Via Wikitravel

English: William I of England, from the Bayeux...

English: William I of England, from the Bayeux Tapestry (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Lower Normandy French: Basse-Normandie is a region of northern France and comprises the lower, western half of Normandy. This part of France was the focus of the D-Day landings in June 1944.Cities Caen — capital of the region Bayeux — location of the famous Tapestry Cherbourg Deauville — beach resort Falaise — birthplace of William the conqueror Honfleur — 17th-century harbour; stay a few day or see at least the impressive wooden church Lisieux — the second-most visited pilgrimage destination in France due to the connection with St Thérèse Mont Saint Michel Sallenelles

via Lower Normandy travel guide – Wikitravel.

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