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Lest We Forget: The WW2 Site That's Trying to Gain UNESCO Status Lest We Forget: The WW2 Site That's Trying to Gain UNESCO Status
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Video: Normandy WW2 Landing Beaches Video: Normandy WW2 Landing Beaches It may not be the most joyful travel experience you have in Northern France, but for families of veterans, and any grateful citizen, a visit to the World War 2 Landing Beaches in Normandy creates a lifetime of memories.BestTrip.TV journeyed to the sho
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Visitors Share: What's it Like to Visit the Juno Beach Centre? Visitors Share: What's it Like to Visit the Juno Beach Centre?
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Video: What Happens on a Visit to the Juno Beach Centre? Video: What Happens on a Visit to the Juno Beach Centre? Veterans, their families, anyone interested in history, or the sacrifices of ordinary young men on an extraordinary moment for the world, all Canadians as well as citizens of all the nations who fought or were affected by these momentous times... all
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Pont du Gard (Roman Aqueduct) you gotta go here Pont du Gard (Roman Aqueduct) you gotta go here Pont du Gard, translated as Gard Bridge is an ancient Roman aqueduct that crosses Gardon River in Vers-Pont-du-Gard, Gard Department. The bridge is part of the larger 31 miles long Nimes Aqueduct that was built by the Romans to carry water from the spring of Uzes to the Nemauses Roman Colony. Due to the hilly terrain, a part of the aqueduct was built underground, navigating a circuitous route up to the crossing of the gorge of Gardon. Here is where a bridge was required.
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