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Chantilly - Picardy, Europe, France, Oise, Public Park

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Stock photo ID:172969324
Upload date:July 03, 2013

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'On the public parkland at the stylish and fashionable horse racing centre of Chantilly, France, racing takes place in front of the Living Horse Museum, Le Musee Vivant du Cheval, which houses the worldaas most beautiful stables, and probably the largest at 186mm long. They were built in 1719, could house up to 240 horses and belonged to the adjacent, Chantilly Chateau which was in the ownership of the Princes de CondA. PLEASE NOTE: The pattern of the fabric on the ladies dress has been bastardised.'
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