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King's Cross Aga Khan Institute: Islamic Learning and Cultural HUB

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The Aga Khan IV is in advanced talks to create a centre for Ismaili studies and cultural affairs at London's £4bn King's Cross Central in north London.

His foundation has opened negotiations for a large facility on the 67-acre site, and may occupy as many as five buildings. They are mainly for students and educational facilities, but a museum of some kind has not been ruled out.

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Aga Khan to build 'Islamic Cultural Hub' at King's Cross - London - 2010-05-28

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H. H. the Aga Khan is in talks to develop a major Islamic learning and cultural "hub" at the £2 billion King's Cross Central development in north London.

His foundation has opened negotiations for a large facility on the 67-acre site, and may occupy as many as five buildings. They are mainly for students and educational facilities, but a museum of some kind has not been ruled out.

Texts for King's Cross Aga Khan Institute: Islamic Learning and Cultural HUB

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