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Concrete boxes, known as Phoenix caissons, in the sea were used as breakwater and to form an improvised harbour, Mulberry harbour
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remains of Mulberry Artificial Harbour from D-Day invasion, Gold Beach, Arromanches-les-Bains, Calvados Department, Normandy, France
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Rest of bridge and old army jeep Mulberry-Harbour landing of allied forces June of 1944 Second World War Arromanches-Les-Bains Basse-Normandie Normandy France...
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France, Calvados, Arromanches les Bains, Mulberry remains or Port Winston on the beach
Remains of a bridge and old army jeep, Lower Normandy, D-Day, Operation Overload, 2nd, Mulberry Harbour, Allied landing June 1944, World War II
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remains of Mulberry Artificial Harbour from D-Day invasion, Gold Beach, Arromanches-les-Bains, Calvados Department, Normandy, France
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Arromanches-Les-Bains. D-Day landing beach, D-DAY Landing Site, Second World War, Remains of Mulberry Artificial Harbour from D-Day invasion, Basse-Normandie
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Arromanches-Les-Bains. D-Day landing beach, D-DAY Landing Site, Second World War, Remains of Mulberry Artificial Harbour from D-Day invasion, Basse-Normandie
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Arromanches-Les-Bains. D-Day landing beach, D-DAY Landing Site, Second World War, Remains of Mulberry Artificial Harbour from D-Day invasion, Basse-Normandie
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Vestiges of floating caissons of the Mulberry harbour - In the background Arromanches city
France, Calvados, Arromanches les Bains, Mulberry remains or Port Winston on the beach
Arromanches-Les-Bains. D-Day landing beach, D-DAY Landing Site, Second World War, Remains of Mulberry Artificial Harbour from D-Day invasion, Basse-Normandie
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France, Calvados, Arromanches les Bains, historic place of the Normandy landings, remains of the artificial harbour Mulberry B or Winston harbour on the beach
Mulberry Harbour
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remains of Mulberry Artificial Harbour from D-Day invasion, Gold Beach, Arromanches-les-Bains, Calvados Department, Normandy, France
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Vestiges of the Mulberry harbour built during the second world war
remains of Mulberry Artificial Harbour from D-Day invasion, Gold Beach, Arromanches-les-Bains, Calvados Department, Normandy, France
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Concrete boxes, known as Phoenix caissons, in the sea were used as breakwater and to form an improvised harbour, Mulberry harbour
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France, Calvados, Arromanches les Bains, Mulberry remains or Port Winston on the beach
The remains of the Mulberry Harbour at Arromanches, Normandy France
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