D Day Normandy Beach – 9000 Fallen Soldiers Etched

Location Normandy Beach:

Unless it’s a special day, one wouldn’t find beach decorated or without anything less than sea shore and salty waves that come touches your feet and sweeps you off.. Well ! Normandy beach this time was something different.

On the D day, to commemorate peace day, British artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss accompanied by numerous volunteers stenciled 9,000 Fallen Soldiers who died  on June 6th, 1944 during WWII. Here’s a quick look at how they did it and how it come out.

D Day, Normandy Beach
Drawing Soldiers on D Day beach

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D Day, Normandy Beach
Drawing Soldiers on D Day beach

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D Day, Normandy Beach

D Day, Normandy Beach
A complete picture of D Day Beach
D Day, Normandy Beach
Preparation during D Day Beach

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D Day, Normandy Beach
Part of D Day Beach
D Day, Normandy Beach
Preparation at D Day Beach
D Day, Normandy Beach
Preparation at D Day Beach
D Day, Normandy Beach
9,000 Fallen Soldiers Etched

Continue reading about D Day Beaches of Normandy at DWELL IN THE D-DAY BEACHES AT NORMANDY – TRAVEL GUIDE

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