The Tourism organizations, CRT Nord-Pas de Calais, Nord tourism, Pas-de-Calais Tourism and Visit Kent work together on a joint project « Greet the World », financed up to 50% by Europe through Interreg IV 2 Seas program.
Many traces left in the underground chalk quarries by the French and the British
soldiers between 1914 and 1918 were discovered during a research programme on these
The refurbished Museum retains the structural features of the original barn and stable, however the interior has been converted to accommodate contemporary displays and modern exhibition features.
The museum is arranged in two sections.
One covers the history of the First World War and Battles of Bullecourt in 1917, the other the personal stories of Australians who fought in Bullecourt.
Wartime history and remembrance - a new website - (238 Ko)
A new website presenting the main historical events in the Pas-de-Calais : Agincourt, the meeting of the Field of the Cloth of Gold, WWI and WWII.
This includes a special focus on those soldiers who came from across the globe to fight on the Western Front during the First World War.
PRESS FILE - “CHEMINS DE MEMOIRE”
(REMEMBRANCE TRAILS) - (2,16 Mo)
Its geographic location and its human development mean that for centuries the Nord-Pas de Calais
region has been one of Western Europe’s major prizes and thus a battlefield.
Etaples - maison du port museum - 19th C painters of the opal coast - (2,16 Mo)
From June 29th to December 15th 2013, the exhibition evokes the diversity of the international artistic community that blossomed on the Opal Coast at the end of the 19th Century.