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A startling exhibition in the French capital, drawn from the Arab world's biggest private art collection, shows the dizzying mix of cultures in the historic Gulf, with Chinese Qurans and Persian rugs of the Virgin Mary. Up at the Paris headquarters of UNESCO, the world cultural and scientific body, the show is taken from the vast treasury of artworks amassed by Qatari billionaire Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al-Thani.Its run at UNESCO ends on Dec. 14, when it transfers to Paris' Arab World Institute (Institut du Monde Arabe).
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