Show Roots and Wings on TV5

Chantilly, la métamorphoseHis Highness the Aga Khan will be the guest of the show. Monday, January 11, 2010 | 20h00 on TV5
Below translated via Google, check original for details.

For this new edition, “Roots & Wings” will install its cameras inside the domain of Chantilly to go to the discovery of one of the most beautiful places in the history of France, currently enjoying a renaissance …

Chantilly is of course famous for its castle (and its magnificent collection of ancient paintings, the second after the Louvre), but also for its park …

Gardens fully restored, and were designed in the 17th century by André Le Nôtre, creator of the gardens of Versailles!

A castle in the fascinating and turbulent history that its last owner, the Duke of Aumale (the son of the late French king, Louis-Philippe) bequeathed to the Institut de France.

In recent years, the backup domain depends, among other things, a foundation initiated by a patron shows and discreet: the Aga Khan, who is with the writer-academician Erik Orsenna, the guest of the show.

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Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

One thought

  1. Ce fut une emission fort interessante soulignant l’importance de la sauvegarde du patrimoine.La renovation du Chateau de Chantilly,de certains batiments a l’Ile de Zanzibar temoignent du soutien apporte par la fondation du Prince Karim Aga Khan.De plus nous constatons dans ce reportage la collaboration etroite et intense entre les differents corps professionnels,grand facteur de succes pour un projet de cette envergure.Bravo a toute l’equipe.


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