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France Travel Guide to Haute-Normandie Province

Haute-Normandie is one of the regions in France where there are many places to visit and activities to enjoy when you travel in France.

Coastal region of northwest France lying between Basse-Normandie and Picardy and bisected by the River Seine.

The Seine divides the region in two halves, flowing from the south east through to the north west near Le Havre.

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Haute-Normandie Province of France

The banks of the Seine are densely populated and highly industrialized, but the northerly parts of the department remain rural and maritime.  These areas are characterised by the chalk cliffs of the 'alabaster coast', and the forests and hills of internal rural areas such as Pays de Caux, Pays d'Ouche, and Pays Bray.

Rouen today is a city teeming with culture and dominated by Claude Monet's favourite cathedral.

But Parisians often escape the city life to relax in the popular seaside resort of Fecamp.  It is this coastline, which stills holds the same fascination today, as it did with the late 19th Century impressionist painters.




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