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Sentence fragment[edit]

The sentence "The city is also famous for its factory where the Edict of Nantes." does not make sense!

Did someone make a mistake during a previous edit?

User: 12:53, 2 May 2005

I restored the missing text. It was dropped in an edit done 31 May 2004. —RandallJones 07:00, 28 March 2006 (UTC)

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Classical Literature Reference Omitted?[edit]

Saumur is the setting of the classic novel "Eugénie Grandet" by Honoré de Balzac. While this is not necessarily germane to the history of Saumur, I think that it's of enough cultural significance for a mention. Djeheuty (talk) 02:22, 20 November 2017 (UTC)