France:Stamp on Historical Heritage Town

\"\"France has issued a stamp dedicated to its historical heritage – the town of Varengeville-sur-Mer.Varengeville-sur-Mer is located on the Alabaster Coast, near Dieppe. Its church – the Church of St. Valery – originally built in the twelfth century and rebuilt in the sixteenth century, is famous for the architectural qualities, its marine cemetery and its exceptional location, overlooking the sea from cliffs of the Ailly.

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