Bayeux (crs)

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Queen Mathilde
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The River Aure
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The River Aure

 

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Bayeux is best known for the Bayeux Tapestry.  The tapestry was created by the wife of William the Conqueror, Reine Matilda and her ladies-in-waiting to commemorate events in the Norman Conquest of England in 1066.  Bronze disks inserted in the pavement mark the way to the museum in the center of the town where the tapestry is displayed.  There is no photography allowed in the room where the tapestry is kept.  An additional attraction is the Norman-Romanesque Cath├ędrale, Notre-Dame de Bayeux, consecrated in 1077.  The cathedral was the original home of the tapestry.  The town is divided by the River Aure.

My family originally went to England with William The Conqueror.

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