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Normandia ( France)
Dove avvenne lo sbarco americano nella seconda guerra mondiale.
Absolutely large on black
Sculpture "Les braves" d'Anilore Banon (www.anilorebanon.com/)
A praia do desembarque-Omaha Beach/Saint-Laurent-Sur-Mer.Nesta praia no dia 6 de Junho de 1944,morreram cerca de 2000 soldados americanos.Deram a vida para libertar a Europa das garras do nazismo.Paz á sua alma.
Normandy American Cemetery, Colleville-sur-mer
To commemorate the thousands of soldiers who landed on Omaha Beach at the eve of 6 June 1944. Most of them died.
Per commemorare i soldati che a migliaia sbarcarono ad Omaha Beach all'alba del 6 giugno 1944. La maggior parte di loro morirono.
So, my D-Day dio is finally finished! :D After it taking months to build (especially the cliff) I think it came out pretty well. Enjoy! :)
Site of the US First Division landings on D-Day June 1944.
The rainbow appeared as we waited for the rain to clear (three image pano). And the sand is that amazing orange colour.
Normandie, March 2015
Op 6 juni 1944, 70 jaar geleden, sneuvelden 2400 Amerikanen op dit stuk strand.
On the 6th of juni 1944, 70 years ago, 2.400 american soldiers were killed on this beach.
Una de las playas del desembarco de los aliados durante la II Guerra mundial.
Cemeterio americano en Colleville-sur-Mer, Homenaje a los que calleron en el desembarco de Normandia (Francia)
Today is the D-Day anniversary and this is my way to celebrate. A ground view of the sand of Omaha Beach, the red is emphasized to recall to memory of the blood poured on to this sand during the disembark of the Overlord Operation.