The Argentan Abbey is an 11th-century Benedictine abbey in Argentan, France. It is now a restaurant.
Nuns transferred from Almenêches in 1736 but dispersed during the French Revolution. They reassembled at Vimoutiers in 1822 and finally returned to Argentan in 1830. As a result of fighting during World War II, the nuns were forced to flee to Sées from 1944 to 1958.
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