There was a time in France when graffiti was a bad word. It certainly wasn't synonymous with art. But times have changed. Since the 1990s, a slow but steady reckoning has elevated appreciation of urban art, loosely defined as creative works that relate to cities and are made by people who live in them, including graffiti and street art using stencils, posters, stickers, murals and more. In fact, these days urban art has been lauded by some as a very significant movement in recent art history.
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For centuries, France has been fertile ground for architectural innovation. Gothic, renaissance, baroque, neoclassical, art nouveau and art deco designers have assertively put their ideas into practice and made lasting impressions on dozens of French landscapes and skylines.
Explore the impact of war in Europe through a new 17 minutes long panoramic film, screened in an ultra-modern 360° theatre.
Regularly the DDAY museums propose new scenographies, new exhibitions .... for 2019 many of them enlarge their walls to be always at the top of the Destination.
Normandy is internationnally renowned for its wolrd-famous sites : the Mont-saint-Michel, Etretat and its dramatic cliffs.
Honor the memory of killed soldiers. Welcome families of soldiers, veterans. Make the memory live and transmit to future generations.
Normandy’s Channel coast is word-famous for the part it played on 6th june 1944, when Allied troops broke through Nazi defences to change the course of World War II.
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Historical revues – September 28 and 29, 2019
Historical reenactments and Renaissance events: battles, flag throwing, parades.
Touring Renaissance digital show – August 15 to September 15, 2019