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Mémorial terre-neuvien de Beaumont-Hamel

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At Beaumont-Hamel, the memorial provides a moving and realistic view of the battles, thanks to an admirably well-preserved network of trenches. The 39-hectare site was inaugurated in 1925. Discover the monument to the 29th Division, to which the 1st Newfoundland Regiment belonged, the Caribou Mound, insignia of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, and the original battlefield to understand the trench system. An interpretation center completes the visit.


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Languages spoken

FrenchEnglish

Tours

  • Free individual tour: yes
  • Guided tours for individuals: no
  • Average tour time: 60
  • Commentary in: English, French

Rates

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Min. rate(in euros)
Max. rate(in euros)
Free Free

Main equipment of the establishment

  • Accès Wifi

Equipment & Services

  • Wifi
  • Picnic area
  • Free car park
  • Toilets

Accessibilité

Open

From 01 January 2024 to 31 December 2024

Closed on public holidays: 1st of January||24th of December||25th of December||31th of December

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Mémorial terre-neuvien de Beaumont-Hamel

Rue de l'Église - D 73
80560 AUCHONVILLERS
France

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