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Chateau de Chantilly

Telegraph - AGA KHAN TO HELP RESCUE FRENCH CHATEAU</I> - 2005-02-13

Hazar Imam at Chateau de Chantilly
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www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2005/02/15/wkhan15.xml&sSheet=/news/2005/02/15/ixworld.html

One of France's most magnificent castles, home to a spectacular art collection boasting three works by Raphael, is to be saved from falling into disrepair by a rich neighbour.
The Aga Khan, a British citizen and the spiritual leader of the world's estimated 20 million Ismaili Muslims, has set up a

AGA KHAN TO HELP RESCUE FRENCH CHATEAU</I> - 2005-02-13

Chateau de Chantilly

One of France's most stunning chateaux, which houses the country's second most important art collection, is to be rescued from falling into disrepair thanks to a helping hand from its neighbour, the Aga Khan. According to Hubert Monzat, in charge of the development of Chantilly in the Aga Khan's office, the annual shortfall is between 500,000 euros (650,000 dollars) to 1.5 million euros (two million dollars) a year.


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