Azeville battery is a German coastal battery located 10km from Utah Beach near the village of Azeville. It contained 4 105mm guns housed in bunkers and had an impressive underground complex. The bunkers were painted to match the stone buildings of the village in an attempt to camouflage them.
Multilingual audio guided tour available.
01/04/2014 to 30/04/2014
From 02/05/2014 to 31/05/2014
From 01/06/2014 to 31/08/2014
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