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Seaside compound holds vast treasure from Islamic world

By Robert M. Fox and David Cheever
Special to the Star-Advertiser

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 03, 2014

~~<p><span style="font-size: 12px;">Over the years, very wealthy Americans have often left behind pretentious residential structures. In many cases these castles and manors, dotted all over our nation, have been willed to the public for their enjoyment after their owners have gone to the afterlife.</span></p>
<p>But Doris Duke's Shangri La, open to the public through controlled tours, is different.</p>
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Over the years, very wealthy Americans have often left behind pretentious residential structures. In many cases these castles and manors, dotted all over our nation, have been willed to the public for their enjoyment after their owners have gone to the afterlife.

But Doris Duke's Shangri La, open to the public through controlled tours, is different. Login for more...



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