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Le Havre is a port city at the mouth of the Seine, on the English Channel or in French "la manche". Historically, Le Havre has always been the harbour for Paris. Le Havre was heavily bombed during the Battle of Normandy. The reconstruction of the town was undertaken by August Perret using reinforced concrete. Maison de l'Armateur is one of the few old houses which were not destroyed during World War II. It is a magnificent house of 5 floors, nicely decorated and furnished in the style of its 18th Century construction which was when it belonged to rich families. A very interesting visit!
Museum d'histoire naturelle is in an old building which miraculously survived the terrible bombings on September 5th, 1944. it is an interesting museum with a lot of activities for children!
Near it is Cathedrale Notre Dame. Visit it and walk around it. You'll see a striking contrast between the 15th century cathedral and the buildings constructed in the 50's and 60's around it. The foundations of the cathedral are lower than the other buildings because they were built on the ruins of the old town
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