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|The Patrouille Acrobatique de France, also known as the Patrouille de France or PAF, is the precision aerobatic demonstration team of the French Air Force. Originating in 1931, it is the world's oldest and one of the most skilled demonstration teams. Pilots currently fly the Dassault-Breguet/Dornier Alpha Jet.|
|The Patrouille Acrobatique de France ("French Acrobatic Patrol") commonly referred to as Patrouille de France and sometimes abbreviated as PAF, is the precision aerobatic demonstration team of the French Air Force. Originating in 1931, it is one of the world's oldest and best demostration team. Pilots currently fly the Dassault-Breguet/Dornier Alpha Jet.|
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|Caen airport in Normandy (Caen Carpiquet) proposes national and international flights at the departure and bound for Caen||12/16/2005||329|
|this 3D CORA is located just outside Caen in France.||11/28/2005||535|
|Parc Festyland is a relative small theme park situated within the Caen ringroad (A13/A84) in Lower Normandy, France. Sometimes referred to as residing in Carpiquet in terms of Greater Caen, the theme park receives approximately 110,000 visitors a year.|
|Saint Martin Hospital in Caen -Normandie- In front of memorial de Caen||12/16/2005||279|
|A small collection of ten placemarks, describing the Chateau de Caen.||09/28/2005||334|
|French Television, FR3 Caen,Television Channel 3 in Normandie.||12/15/2005||300|
|During the Battle of Normandy in World War II, Caen saw intense and bitter combat between Allied and Axis forces. After the landing of the British I Corps at Sword Beach on June 6, 1944, progress of the Allied Forces stalled outside Caen. British and Canadian troops finally broke through on July 9, after an intense bombing campaign during Operation Charnwood that destroyed much of the city but ...||06/29/2007||1,522|
|Aerial reconnaissance photo of the Cussy-Authie-Franqueville area (Northwest of Caen), Calvados France, July 6th 1944.||12/18/2008||892|
|Caen Hill Locks are a flight of locks on the Kennet and Avon Canal, between Rowde and Devizes in Wiltshire England.|
The 29 locks have a rise of 237 feet in 2 miles (72 m in 3.2 km) or a 1 in 44 gradient. The sixteen locks seen here form a steep flight in a straight line up the hillside. Because of the steepness of the terrain, the pounds between these locks are very short. (Look ...
|Stade Malherbe in Caen.Stade Michel d'Ornano||12/16/2005||328|