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Dieppe is a commune in the Seine-Maritime department in France. Dieppe is famous for its scallops and popular pebbled beach as well as its 15th Century castle and churches of Saint Jacques and Saint Remi.
The castle, Château de Dieppe survived the 1694 bombardment and is now a museum and exhibition space, with a strong maritime collection. A rich collection of 17th- and 18th century ivory carvings, including lacy folding fans are also available for viewing. The castle's interior courtyard is picturesque.
Square du Canada located in a park near the castle at the western end of the Esplanade hosts a monument erected by the town commemorating the long relationship between Dieppe and Canada. The events recorded begin with the early 16th century, and culminate with the Dieppe Raid and the liberation of Dieppe by Canadians on September 1, 1944.
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