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There are not too many chances to see a WW2 Tiger tank today! This stop is definitely a "must to do" for all WW2 lovers when visiting the region. Try to combine your trip with another interesting ww2 monuments & battlefields. + don't forget about...More
The local people of Vimoutiers decided to purchase this tank for around 6,000 francs after it had been in the hands of two scrap dealers and left to rust in a ditch, it is partially restored and stood proudly on the hill towards Gace ....More
3rd time here and always worth a stop to have a look at it. The only one left in Normandie, and only 2 in France. Sometimes tricky to find depending on where you are coming from. Basically, it is on the route D979 as you...More
This was a really unusual find along the roadway. We spent a delightful half and hour taking photographs of the family on, off, in and around the tank.
There is a parking area right next to it and rubbish bins around if you wanted to...More
this is on the outskirts of the town and there is free parking here. The tank was here as a result of the war . The Germans on the 29th August 1944 ran out of fuel outside the town so sabotaged it with explosives and...More
Normandy is littered with monuments from June 1944 but the Vimoutier Tiger is somehow different and special. No commemorative base or sculpture, no flags just a broken down Tiger at the side of the road with a simple description in French, English and German of...More
This tank is located in a great location. It's an enormous machine which was saved from destruction after the war. The locals in the town are really nice and it's worth a visit if you are going that way.
Way out in the middle of nowhere is this tiger tank.
It took us 2 days to find it but it was worth it to see a Tiger tank up close. Very well preserved - it just ran out of gas and was left behind....More
Just parked of the road it is free to visit. If you are in the neighborhood well worth a 10 minute break. You can climb on it and do pretty much what you like (it is kind of hard to damage a Tiger :) )....More