BAYEUX MICHELIN D6B
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Bayeux, a city with a Celtic origin, owes its name to the Baiocasses tribe, who settled in the area around 890 AD. However, it was not until 1077 that construction began on the impressive Notre Dame Cathedral. During World War II, Bayeux was the first major city to be liberated, which made it the temporary government residence and the capital of France.
Recently, a reproduction of the original “poteau” was created, which had been removed several years ago due to the expansion of the road. This plaque, now located in the Rue Saint Loup in Bayeux, is a highly detailed recreation of the 1967 original.
This reproduction has been carefully handmade and painted with the same authentic font and concrete edging that gave the original its distinctive appearance. The sign is accompanied by a Vinsign certificate, a unique production number, and a luxury postcard with a picture and description of the original.
This recreation is a fitting tribute to Bayeux’s rich history, from its Celtic roots to its important role in World War II. The city’s magnificent cathedral and its many other historic buildings are a testament to the enduring legacy of this remarkable place. As a result, this plaque will serve as a cherished reminder of the city’s past for generations to come.