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Trois-Fontaines Abbey was formerly a renowned Cistercian abbey situated in the very heart of the commune of Trois-Fontaines-l'Abbaye in France. It was established in 1118 by Bernard of Clairvaux - a French abbot known for his contributions towards the reformation of the Cistercian Order. This abbey suffered from significant damage during a fire which set off in 1703. It was eventually rebuilt by Pierre-Paul Guérin de Tencin, who was an esteemed French ecclesiastic. At present, the edifice is in ruins, and one of its outbuildings is being used to house a bicycle museum.