Haringzelles Woods
Audinghen

Haringzelles Woods

Fauna
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Grand Site de France
Opal coast
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Before 1940, Haringzelles consisted of three farms bordered by low walls and hedges. Its inhabitants left shortly after 1940, when the German occupant decided to build the Todt battery. This battery fired shells at Allied ships passing through the Strait of Dover.

The woods were created from scratch by German troops, who transplanted adult trees from the forests of Boulogne and Desvres, in order to camouflage the blockhouses under construction.

This place, bursting with history, is well worth a stop before continuing on to the tip of Cap Gris-Nez.


More informations : http://eden62.fr/bois-dharingzelles/


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Eden 62
2 rue Claude - BP 113
62240 DESVRES
03.21.32.13.74
www.eden62.fr

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  • Towns crossed : Audinghen

Recommandations

  • Dogs on a lead are allowed
  • Camping prohibited
  • Fire prohibited
  • Bicycles prohibited
  • Picking is not allowed
  • No littering allowed

Information desks

2 rue Claude, 62240 DESVRES

https://eden62.fr/contact@eden62.fr03 21 32 13 74

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