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American singer-songwriter Michael Bolton asks people from all over the globe to visit Egypt

Nevine El-Aref , Friday 21 Oct 2016
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Bolton on a camel ride at Giza Plateau
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During his visit to Egypt to hold his first ever concert, American singer-songwriter, Michael Bolton, paid a visit on Friday to Giza Plateau as part of his tour around Cairo’s many cultural and historical sites.

Next to the Great Pyramid of Khufu, Bolton called on the world to come and visit Egypt, which he described as "the land of peace, safety and civilization."

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Bolton addressing the whole world to come and visit Egypt

Ashraf Mohi, Director General of Giza Plateau, who escorted Bolton on his tour, told Ahram Online that renowned singer was very curious about the ancient Egyptian civilization and the efficiency of ancient workers and architects who built such a great monument.

Bolton also visited the Sphinx and took a camel ride.

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Bolton with Mohi

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