Villeneuve-Loubet, village, Alpes-Maritimes province, France. The village contains distilleries and manganese mines, and has become the site of numerous IBM offices. Located nearby at the ruins of a 16th-century castle. The village is known for spectacular architectural displays and for the Escoffier Museum.
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