10 Things To Do in Normandy 

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Normandy American Cemetery - For any World War I history buff visiting Normandy the American Cemetery is worth considering.

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Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Rouen - Another must-see stop in Normandy is the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Rouen. Here in Rouen is situated a Catholic church which is famous for its three towers.

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Airborne Museum - The next thing to see in Normandy, France is the Airborne Museum.

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Etretat - Another must-see in Normandy is Etretat, a city on the northern coast of France. The area is famous for its unique rock carvings and scenery.

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Rouen Museum of Fine Arts - The next stop is Rouen, which is a good day trip idea for those from Normandy, France. Here, museum guests can enjoy The Musée des Beaux-Arts.

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Honfleur - Another beautiful sight in Normandy is Honfleur, a quaint town in the department of Calvados.

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Mont Saint-Michel - Considered one of the top sightseeing places in Normandy, France, Mont Saint-Michel is also proving its beauty.

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André Malraux Museum of Modern Art - Returning to the mainland, we have the André Malraux Museum of Modern Art in Le Havre, France. It houses some of the most influential paintings in France.

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Château Gaillard - The next thing to do in Normandy is visit Château Gaillard, a medieval castle ruin overlooking the Seine River above the commune of Les Andelys.

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Claude Monet's House - One of the more interesting sights in Normandy is the house of Claude Monet, which was the workshop of the world-renowned artist from 1883 to 1926.

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