Visit D-Day Beaches in Normandy :: American WWII Cemetery in Normandy

Visit D-Day Beaches in Normandy :: American WWII Cemetery in Normandy - plan to spend at least 3 days to see all of the beaches. Take the train from Paris to Caen.

The Normandy American Cemetery - Normandy, France-My grandmother's brother, William Wallace Bogle, is buried there, he died in Brittany France on September 7, 1944, fighting in WWII.  My father was named "Wallace" in memory of his uncle.  I would love to be able to go and lay flowers on his grave, nobody in our family has ever been to the cemetery.

The Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial is a World War II cemetery and memorial in Colleville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France, that honors American soldiers who died in Europe during World War II.

American Cemetery, Normandy

The American Cemetery at Colleville sur Mer Normandy. This overlooks Omaha Beach.

The American Cemetery in Normandy France was beautiful. It was an honor visiting and paying our respects to our fallen soldiers.

D-Day Memorial, world war Omaha Beach, beaches of Normandy, France. You have to see it to truly appreciate it. The amazing sacrifice by our brave soldiers

The Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial is a World War II cemetery and memorial in Colleville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France, that honors American soldiers who died in Europe during World War II.

D-Day Two American World War II veterans pay their respects to their fallen brethren. Approximately 1 million visitors travel to the Normandy cemetery each year.

American Cemetery
Omaha Beach, France
Thanks you, WW II veterans!
You have to visit to appreciate it!

Monuments at Omaha Beach in Normandy

Before June, "Omaha" Beach did not exist. Instead, the long, golden beaches of France's Normandy bore signs reading St-Laurent, Vierville-sur-Mer and Colleville.

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