Monument Signal du D-day

The Monument Signal du D-Day, also known as the D-Day Landing Signal Monument, stands as a poignant symbol of remembrance and tribute to the historic Allied invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944. Situated atop a prominent hill near the town of Vierville-sur-Mer overlooking Omaha Beach, this iconic structure resembles the winged keel of a ship and serves as a beacon of honor for the brave soldiers who stormed the beaches on that fateful day. Designed to resemble a ship’s bow, the monument signifies the crucial role of the sea in the D-Day landings and pays homage to the Allied forces’ perseverance and sacrifice in securing the beachhead. It stands as a solemn reminder of the valor and sacrifices made by those who fought for freedom and peace during World War II.

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