Buildings in Caen, France

Caen is known for its historical buildings built during the reign of William the Conqueror, who was buried there, and for the Battle for Caen —heavy fighting that took place in and around Caen during the Battle of Normandy in 1944, destroying much of the city. The city has now preserved the memory by erecting a memorial and a museum dedicated to peace, the Memorial de Caen.

Photos and Videos of the Buildings in Caen, France

Mairie de Caen, France

Town Hall of Caen, France

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Fotos und Videos der Gebäude in Caen, Frankreich

Ancien Palais de Justice à Caen, France

Former Palais de Justice in Caen, France

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Fotos y Videos de los Edificios en Caen, Francia

Center Hospitalier Universitaire (CHU) à Caen, France

The Caen University Hospital (CHU) in France

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Photos et Vidéos des Bâtiments à Caen, France

La Maison des Quatrans de Caen, France

Maison des Quatrans in Caen, France

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Foto’s en video’s van de Gebouwen in Caen, Frankrijk

Université Caen-Normandie (UNICAEN)

University of Caen (UNICAEN) in France

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Foto e Video degli Edifici a Caen, Francia

Maison Natale de Malherbe à Caen, France

Maison Natale de Malherbe in Caen, France

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Post-Second World War work included the reconstruction of complete districts of the city and the university campus. It took 14 years (1948–1962) and led to the current urbanization of Caen. Caen lost many of its historic quarters and its university campus in the war, the city does not have the atmosphere of a traditional Normandy town such as Honfleur, Rouen, Cabourg, Deauville and Bayeux.

Fotos e Vídeos dos Edifícios em Caen, França

Фотографии и видео зданий в Кан, Франция


الصور ومقاطع الفيديو للمباني في كاين، فرنسا

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