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Luxury cars, racehorses, huge property... from the convent to the castle, the nuns free themselves


THE PARISIAN WEEKEND. This is the story of an incredible emancipation. That of a small group of seven Belgian nuns belonging to a gold

The thick forest sputters droplets of humidity on the road to the castle of La Rochette, in Pessan.

This village of Gers is seized with a very spring freshness, this March 20, 1990. At the end of a short sandy alley, the elegant white building seems immersed in calm.

An impression accentuated by the beehive buzzing in front of the entrance.

It discusses.

It's inveighing.

A dozen journalists, especially photographers, from France, Belgium and Great Britain, are ready to machine-gun the slightest appearance of the seven Belgian nuns whose incredible story has been in the headlines for two weeks.

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Source: leparis

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