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PHOTO GALLERY: A glimpse of Egypt's Coptic Pope Tawadros II's visit to Ethiopia


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The annual celebration of the Feast of the Cross in Addis Ababa, Saturday 26 September 2015 (Photo: Courtesy of the Coptic Orthodox Church)
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Pope Tawadros II meeting with Ethiopian officials on Saturday at the Egyptian Embassy following the festival (Photo: Courtesy of the Coptic Orthodox Church)
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Part of the morning Feast of the Cross festival held on Saturday 26 September 2015 with the presence of Pope Tawadros II, Patriarch Mathias, head of Ethiopia's Orthodox Tewahedo Church, and other officials (Photo: George Farid from Addis Ababa)
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Attendees at the Feast of the Cross festival: Egyptian Ambassador to Ethiopia (far left), Pope Tawadros II (center left), and the Patriarch Mathias, head of Ethiopia's Orthodox Tewahedo Church (center right). (Photo: George Farid)
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Attendees at the Feast of the Cross festival: Egyptian Ambassador to Ethiopia (far left), Pope Tawadros II (center left), and the Patriarch Mathias, head of Ethiopia's Orthodox Tewahedo Church (center right). (Photo: George Farid)
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Ethiopians performing prayers at the Feast of the Cross festival on Saturday 26 September 2015 (Photo: George Farid)
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The Feast of the Cross festival at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Addis Ababa took place on Saturday 26 September 2015 (Photo: George Farid)
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Tawadros II meeting with Ethiopian officials following the festival (Photo: Courtesy of the Coptic Orthodox Church)
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Tawadros II and Egyptian ambassador to Ethiopia enter the Egyptian embassy to attend a ceremony following the cross festival on Saturday 26 September 2015 (Photo: George Farid)
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Pope Tawadros II, the most senior figure in Egypt’s Coptic tradition, arrived in Ethiopia on Saturday for a four day visit that coincides with the Feast of the Cross festival

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