Musée Airborne in Cherbourg, Normandy, France | Museum

The Airborne Museum is set in a 3000 sq metre park opposite the church.
The two buildings are designed in the shape of parachutes. The first houses an authentic Waco glider, with many displays of period documents, testimonies, weapons, munitions, war material, and a liberty torch presented to the Museum by President Eisenhower.
The second, delta-shaped building contains a C-47, commonly called a Dakota, which on D-Day dropped paratroopers and towed gliders. Period uniforms as well as personal objects offered by American veterans are displayed around the aircraft.

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