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Entrammes - Port of the Salute Abbay
France

Ce panorama a été réalisé début janvier 2013 alors que la rivière Mayenne était en crue en raison des dernières fortes pluies.

Les bâtiments à gauche constituent l'Abaye du Port du Salut, l'endroit où le fameux fromage "Port-Salut" était produit par les moines avant son industrialisation il y a quelques années.

L'Abbaye du Port du Salut est toujours occupée par des moines Trappistes à ce jour.

A ce point de la rivière se trouve aussi une écluse permettant la navigation fluviale de la Mayenne. Bénéficiant de la force motrice potentielle du barrage d'écluse, une petite centrale électrique a été installée sur ce lieu.

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Copyright: Christian Laheyne
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