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The Normandy area, the former dukedom of Normandy has recently been reunited into a single region; Until 2015, it was split into Upper Normandy (Haute Normandie) in the east, and Lower Normandy (Basse Normandie) in the west. This guide covers both regions.

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Normandy isone of the great historic regions of France; in the Middle Ages, Normandywas a great dukedom which, like Burgundy, rivalled in power and prestige withthe kingdom of France. Indeed, the dukes of Normandy managed to achieve thesame status as the kings of France, to whom they owed alliegance. Before hedied, the king of England, Edward the Confessor, named his nephew William,duke of Normandy, as his successor. But after Harold, William's cousin, tookthe English crown for himself, William invaded England in 1066, to assert hisclaim to a royal crown. The story of Harold and William the Conqueror ismagnificently told in the historic Bayeux Tapestry, which can be visited inBayeux, a few miles to the west of Caen.

With their historic links and their proximity, it is hardlysurprising that the Normandy area has much in common with the south of England;the rolling countryside is not too different - fields and meadows bordered byhedges, even bluebell woods. Furthermore, the historic and vernacular styles ofarchitecture are not too different either. 

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