Mont-de-Huisnes, Normandy


This German war cemetery, Mont-de-Huisnes, Normandy, 1967, is very beautifully detailed. From the grass roof one has a view of Mont-Saint-Michel rising like a mystic city from the sea.

Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge

(Peoples Association for the Care of German War Graves)

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2 Responses to Mont-de-Huisnes, Normandy

  1. Eamonn Canniffe says:

    Why am I reminded of British university architecture of the 1960s?

  2. P A Webb says:

    After the bitterness of war, the cemetery at Mont de Huisnes is more than peaceful. I am English, but my heart still goes out to the fallen here. May they rest in peace in this very beautiful place.

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