The Utah Beach Memorial is an American monument in Normandy which commemorates the World War II D-Day Landings. On 6 June 1944, as part of the Allied invasion of German-occupied Normandy known as Operation Overlord, the US 4th Infantry Division, part of the VII Corps, landed on Utah Beach.
Comprised of a granite obelisk, the Utah Beach Memorial is a monument to the achievements of this division and their successful landings.
The Utah Beach Memorial overlooks Utah Beach and is located around 4.5km northwest of the town of Sainte-Marie-du-Mont, which is off Route N13. It is approx. 85km northwest of Caen.
The Utah Beach Memorial is open daily.
Utah Beach Memorial, Route D329, Normandy, France
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