The Kiss statue outside the Caen WWII Memorial

Last Chance To See The Famous “The Kiss” Statue At The WWII Memorial Of Caen

The world famous statue “The Kiss”, made after the more famous photo taken at the end of World War II, is leaving the Caen WWII Memorial for Belgium.

The famous and enormous statue has been placed in front of the Caen memorial for over a year, and will leave the city towards October. So this is your last chance to see it in Caen. No exact date has been published, but it will be during October.

Click here to read more about the Caen WWII Memorial.

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