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PHOTO GALLERY: French President Emmanuel Macron Visits Abu Simbel Temple in Aswan


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French president Emmanuel Macron (R) visits the temple of Abu Simbel in southern Egypt on January 27, 2019
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French President Emmanuel Macron visits the temple of Abu Simbel in southern Egypt on January 27, 2019
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French president Emmanuel Macron (C) visits the temple of Abu Simbel in southern Egypt on January 27, 2019
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A picture taken on January 27, 2019, shows the Great Temple of Abu Simbel, south of Aswan in upper Egypt.
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French President Emmanuel Macron visits the temple of Abu Simbel in southern Egypt on January 27, 2019.
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French President Emmanuel Macron (2-R) and his wife Brigitte visit the temple of Abu Simbel in southern Egypt on January 27, 2019.
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French President Emmanuel Macron (C) and his wife Brigitte (R), accompanied by Egyptian Minister of Antiquities Khaled el-Enany (L) visit the temple of Abu Simbel in southern Egypt on January 27, 2019.
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French President Emmanuel Macron (2-R) and his wife Brigitte visit the temple of Abu Simbel in southern Egypt on January 27, 2019.
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French President Emmanuel Macron (R) visits the temple of Abu Simbel in southern Egypt on January 27, 2019.
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French President Emmanuel Macron visits the temple of Abu Simbel in southern Egypt on January 27, 2019
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