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Event - 1997-03-19

Date: 
Wednesday, 1997, March 19
Location: 

In Cairo, The Aga Khan and Prince Amyn briefed the Prime Minister and the Governor on further developments on the proposed Al Azhar Park, a US$15 million project being sponsored by the Historic cities support Programme of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC). The project is being undertaken following the signing of a Protocol between the Governorate of Cairo and AKTC in December 1990.

person_place_reference: 
H.H. Prince Karim Aga Khan IV

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Source: 
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Source: 
The Guardian

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Source: 
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