Soon after the French Revolution, government planted trees and named them as “Liberty Trees.” This one was planted in 1797 and it is quite surprising that It survived through our day since most of the Liberty Trees were destroyed by counter-revolutionists.

Name: Liberty Tree

Lat, Long: 49.2756926,-0.7029012

Location: Bayeux, France

Liberty Tree, Bayeux, France

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