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    This April 25, 2014 photo shows a U.S and a French flag at a headstone at the U.S cemetery, in Colleville sur Mer, western France. Local officials estimate that several hundred thousand tourists will flock to Normandy this summer, attracted by the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
    David Vincent | AP
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    This April 24, 2014 photo shows people paragliding over the D-Day beaches, in Port en Bessin, western France. Local officials estimate that several hundred thousand tourists will flock to Normandy this summer, attracted by the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
    David Vincent | AP
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    This April 25, 2014 photo shows bakery supply salesman and amateur D-Day historian Sebastien Olard, 46, owner of the "House of the Liberation", first house liberated by American soldiers on June, 6, 1944, in Saint Laurent sur Mer, western France. The commemorations culminate on June 6 in the port of Ouistreham, where U.S. President Barack Obama, French president Francois Hollande and Britain's Queen Elizabeth II will gather to remember the more than 9,000 Allied soldiers killed or wounded that day.
    David Vincent | AP
  • France Travel Normandy D-Day
    This April 25, 2014 photo shows the Gatteville Lighthouse in Barfleur, western France. In 1944 the lighthouse was liberated without major damage and quickly returned to operation.
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  • France Travel Normandy D-Day
    This April 24, 2014 photo shows a home in Beuvron en Auge, France, a typical small village in Normandy. Local officials estimate that several hundred thousand tourists will flock to Normandy this summer, attracted by the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
    David Vincent | AP
  • France Travel Normandy D-Day
    This April 25, 2014 photo shows a visitor touring the U.S cemetery, in Colleville sur Mer, western France. The commemorations culminate on June 6 in the port of Ouistreham, where U.S. President Barack Obama, French president Francois Hollande and Britain's Queen Elizabeth II will gather to remember the more than 9,000 Allied soldiers killed or wounded that day.
    David Vincent | AP
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    This April 24, 2014 photo shows "Le Manoir de Gefosse", a typical Normandy farm where Gustave Flaubert, author of classic French novel "Madame Bovary" spent his childhood, in Pont L'Eveque, France. The commemorations culminate on June 6 in the port of Ouistreham, where U.S. President Barack Obama, French president Francois Hollande and Britain's Queen Elizabeth II will gather to remember the more than 9,000 Allied soldiers killed or wounded that day. (AP Photo/ David Vincent)
    David Vincent | AP
  • France Travel Normandy D-Day
    This April 24, 2014 photo shows the "Manoir de Grandouet", a typical Normandy apple orchard / cider mill in Cambremer, France.
    David Vincent | AP
  • France Travel Normandy D-Day
    This April 24, 2014 photo shows oak barrels in the "Manoir de Grandouet", a typical Normandy apple orchard / cider mill, in Cambremer, France.
    David Vincent | AP
  • France Travel Normandy D-Day
    This April 25, 2014 photo shows a mannequin hanging on the Belltower of Sainte Mere Eglise, representing a WWII paratrooper from the 82nd Airborne in Sainte Mere Eglise, western France.
    David Vincent | AP
  • France Travel Normandy D-Day
    This April 25, 2014 photo shows a mannequin hanging on the Belltower of Sainte Mere Eglise, representing a WWII paratrooper from the 82nd Airborne in Sainte Mere Eglise, western France. Local officials estimate that several hundred thousand tourists will flock to Normandy this summer, attracted by the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
    David Vincent | AP
  • France Travel Normandy D-Day
    This April 24, 2014 photo shows tourists visiting the Battle of Normandy Memorial Museum, in Bayeux, France.
    David Vincent | AP
  • France Travel Normandy D-Day
    This April 24, 2014 photo shows tourists looking at a map as they visit the Battle of Normandy Memorial Museum in Bayeux, France.
    David Vincent | AP
  • France Travel Normandy D-Day
    This April 24, 2014 photo shows a room with artifacts at the Battle of Normandy Memorial Museum in Bayeux, France.
    David Vincent | AP
  • France Travel Normandy D-Day
    This April 25, 2014 photo shows steps leading to Omaha Beach in Colleville sur Mer, western France.
    David Vincent | AP
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