Omaha Beach (English: Omaha Beach) is the code name for one of the four main landing sites of Allied forces during the Normandy Battle of World War II. This stretch of beach on the northern coast of France and directly facing the English Channel is 8 kilometers long. It starts from Saint-Honoreine-de-Perte in the east and ends at Vierville-sur-Mer in the west.
Omaha beach is located in the old part of Rouen and the best thing about the church is the painted glass windows which are especially charming when the sun is refracted
Not only is there a US military cemetery here, but on the sands of Omaha Beach, you can also see the rusty remains of the war fortifications of the year. There is also a landing monument on the beach, and the beach is overlooked from the heights from the American cemetery.
The scenery is really good. , The smell of sea water is blowing. Relaxed and happy.
Standing on the original fortress of the German army and looking down upon this 7-kilometer-long beach, as far as the US army is concerned, there is indeed no cover. It is directly the shooting game of "Normandy Landing". A creature. The beach we are stepping on now was covered with metal barriers and barbed wire. The German army expected the coalition forces to land at high tide. The seawater covered the barriers, causing the landing ship to directly hit and damage the bottom of the ship and sink. The German Nazi army also planted 6 cannons on the point du hor cliff located between Utah Beach and Omaha Beach. There are many impenetrable forts on both sides of the 4 entrances of Omaha Beach. They are heavily guarded and muzzled. Aiming directly at the beach, you can imagine the difficulty of getting the beach.
Pointe du Hoc Point Oak. This cliff bulge is the dividing line between Utah Beach and Omaha Beach, and the favorable terrain can monitor both beaches at the same time.