In 1850, the French writer Alphonse Daudet got tired of living in Paris and bought a house in the south of France, near Fontvieille. He took a deserted windmill as a place to write his stories. It is probably the most famous windmill in the world, because in there, Daudet wrote his beloved stories "Les Lettres de mon moulin". Le moulin de Daudet tells some of these stories, which are held together by Daudet's own account of his childhood.
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