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Visit Remains Mulberry Harbour to see what's left of an engineering marvel. A Mulberry harbor was a portable, temporary harbor for rapidly offloading cargo--men, vehicles, and supplies--onto the beaches during the Allied invasion of Normandy. Designed by the British and built in England, the harbors featured breakwaters, piers, roadways, and more. Come here for an appreciation for the effort it took just to supply the troops. Use our Arromanches-les-Bains journey builder site to arrange your visit to Remains Mulberry Harbour and other attractions in Arromanches-les-Bains.
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I went to the Landings beaches of Normandy with my parents, when i was 6, in the beginning of the Sixties. I have kept in my mind very strong images and memories of that trip, of all what I saw... more »
Surprising that they do not get rid of these rusting hulks - they are a danger to the visitors and block in part the lovely ocean view. more »
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