Mixed Grand Lodge of France
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The Mixed Grand Lodge of France (French: Grande Loge mixte de France) is a Masonic lodge in France, made up of men and women. It formed in 1982, with the support of the Grand Orient de France (another well-known Masonic lodge), by splitting from the Universal Mixed Grand Lodge (which had itself split from Le Droit Humain).
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