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AttractionsAmerican Military Cemeteries

France is home to 11 American military cemeteries. The cemeteries are operated by an independent government agency the American Battle Monuments Commission and are considered a part of the United States. All cemeteries are open to the public and are meticulously maintained.

Four are in Eastern France, Meuse-Argonne near Verdun, St. Mihiel in the town of Thiaucourt, Lorraine near the town of St. Avold and Epinal in the Vosges mountains.

Six are located in Western France, Aisne-Marne in the village of Belleau, Brittany not far from the village of St. James, Normandy in Colleville-sur Mer and overlooking Omaha Beach, Suresnes near Paris, Oise-Aisne near Fere-en-Tardenois and Somme not far from the village of Bony.

Lastly there is one in the south of France, Rhone situated in the town of Draguignan, between Toulon and Nice.

Brittany Military Cemetery
Epinal Military Cemetery
Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial
St. Mihiel American Cemetery

Related Link:
American Battle Monuments Commission

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