Cap Blanc Nez, Northern France.
Google Earth and a scan of a photo I took a few years ago.
Combat damage from 60 years ago is difficult to spot, largely because the locals clean/fix it up, so that they can continue their lives.
Google earth is a good resource, but it is not updated often enough, and the definition really isn't that great. Use it to go look at areas of active combat today, like Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, etc, etc, and you will see how quickly the locals make the damage disappear.
Thanks for posting pics everyone.
I have looked on google earth east of Berlin, seelow heights etc and you can see traces in the fields, of trenches, bomb craters etc......I just tracked east and looked hard and noticed a fair bit!
search peenemunde.........loads of craters there
Cap Gris-Nez in France