Tamié Abbey

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Tamié Abbey (Abbaye de Tamié, or Abbaye Notre-Dame-de-Tamié) is a Cistercian monastery, located in the Bauges mountain range in the Savoie region of France. It was founded in 1132, as a daughter house of Bonnevaux Abbey, by Peter of Tarentaise, who was also the first abbot.

It continues as a Trappist community of 30 monks, famous for its cheese, Abbaye de Tamié.

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Coordinates: 45°41′13″N 6°18′15″E / 45.68694°N 6.30417°E / 45.68694; 6.30417