The sea and the rocks, Calvados and cider, the Vikings and Joan of Arc, Gothic cathedrals and Camembert – all this is Normandy, so cold in nature and warm in hospitality.
From the Gauls to the Second Front
In the 1st century BC, the Romans, headed by the emperor Octavian Augustus, came to the originally Gallic territories. The construction of roads, cities and stone bridges completely transformed the northern lands located around Lugdun, today’s Lyon. Continue reading
The English Channel connects the two largest countries in Europe – France and the UK. The length of the strait is 578 km, and the width is from 32 km in the east to 320 km in the western part. A flight in a private aircraft over the English Channel from the international broker AVIAV TM (Cofrance SARL) will give a more complete picture of this geographical feature than any description.
Oceanus Britannicus Continue reading