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Bayeux is famous for its tapestry. This piece of art made in the XIe century describes the conquest of England in 1066 by William the Conqueror. This handmade masterpiece is inscribed in the UNESCO world heritage. You will discover thanks to this tapestry the way of living during the Middle Ages. Discover the wonderful Cathedral. Gem of the Normand architecture, situated in the heart of the conservation area, the Bayeux Cathedral was consecrated on 14th July 1077, by Bishop Odo of Conteville, in the presence of his illustrious half-brother, William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy and King of England. It is believed that Odo commissioned the Bayeux Tapestry. The masterpiece from the Middle Ages was intended to be hung in the cathedral nave.


Bayeux was the first city to be liberated on june 7th 1944 by the british troops. Located on Gold Beach, right in the middle of the landing sectors, Bayeux didn’t suffer any bombing during world war II, that’s why you will enjoy a preserved gorgeous and charming city. You will discover why people are coming from all over the world to experiment the charm of original norman cities before the destructions caused by the Battle of Normandy.


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