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Le marais de Carentan
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Le marais de Carentan Coupe le département en deux en hiver.  L'été c'est une immense et riche prairie très appréciée des vaches. Le Merderet est le cours d'eau qui le tracerse. Il est bordé de fours à chaux aujourd'hui fermés et de laiteries. C'était le lien entre les industries locales et la voie ferrée. Ici une vue depuis l'embarcadère de Liesville sur Douve.

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