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Between Picardy and Normandy
The Pays de Bray extends between Picardy and Normandy. Its varied landscapes alternate limestone hillsides with Norman bocages and vast forests, mainly of beeches. The most renowned is the Eawy forest, one of the largest beech forests in France. The circuits are signposted and lead to the Puits Merveilleux (marvelous well), an 82 ft (25 m) chasm still shrouded with legends. The Avenue Verte Paris-Londres also allows crossing the Pays de Bray to the Channel.
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