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Domaine de Mestré
France

Le Domaine de Mestré is an ancient farmstead near Fontevraud L'Abbaye in the western Loire valley.  Its current occupants are a bed & breakfast, an excellent restarurant, and a crazed soapmaker and his Museum of Soap Advertising.

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