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Exhibitions
From Sunday 1 July 2018 to Thursday 31 December 2020

A new permanent artistic journey to discover along the remembrance trails of Northern France !
 
The fifteen “Gardens of Peace” are contemporary gardens created by architects, landscape gardeners and visual artists from countries that fought in Northern France.
 

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Exhibitions
From Monday 24 April 2017 to Sunday 31 December 2017

Appearing from the walls and façades of Amiens, photographs of WW1 soldiers remind us of how they were billeted in this beautiful city during the First World War.

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Exhibitions
From Saturday 11 November 2017 to Sunday 12 November 2017

The Thiepval Viistor Centre is holding an exhibition of rare photographs and images, enabling visitors to discover battlefields they wouldn't otherwise be able to see.
 

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Exhibitions
From Sunday 10 September 2017 to Sunday 12 November 2017

The Alfred Danicourt Museum is dedicating 2017 to the Orient and in particular India, reflecting on the arrival of Indians in the Somme, some of whom are buried in the La Chapelette Cemetery.

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Exhibitions
From Saturday 25 March 2017 to Sunday 26 March 2017

This exhibition looks at the strategic withdrawal made by the German Army in March 1917, particulary the destruction of villages between the old front line and the Hindenburg Line, and the difficulty for the Allies to advance through these areas that had been occupied by the Germans since 1914.

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Exhibitions
From Saturday 18 March 2017 to Sunday 19 March 2017

This exhibition looks at the strategic withdrawal made by the German Army in March 1917, particulary the destruction of villages between the old front line and the Hindenburg Line, and the difficulty for the Allies to advance through these areas that had been occupied by the Germans since 1914.

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Exhibitions
Sunday 18 September 2016 - From 10h00 to 18h30

Share your view of the Great War and its archaeology and take part in a photography exhibition during the European Heritage Days !

 

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Exhibitions
From Friday 1 July 2016 to Thursday 15 September 2016

Fields of Peace (Champs de Paix) is an artistic installation designed and created by landscape artist Béatrice Saurel. It constitutes a vibrant tribute to the men who died during the Battle of the Somme by using the symbology of the poppy for the British and the cornflower for the French.

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