Miss Greece 2017 encourages Egyptian Tourism

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Sun, 24 Dec 2017 - 10:00 GMT

Maria Psilou with Farah Shabban – Official Facebook page

Maria Psilou with Farah Shabban – Official Facebook page

CAIRO – 25 December 2017: Miss Greece 2017, María Psilou, has accepted her Egyptian counterpart’s invitation to visit Egypt. She arrived on Friday, December 22, with a goal of promoting tourism between the two Mediterranean countries.

Psilou’s itinerary includes a number of tourist spots to learn more about Egypt’s great history and ancient civilization, information she can share with the people of Greece and encourage them to visit Egypt.

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This visit comes as a part of the Miss World protocol, wherby every queen must represent her country globally and build good relations with her counterparts in the world.

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Photoshoot of Maria Psilou –

The 20-year-old Psilou was crowned as Star Hellas in 2017 and then went on to compete in the Miss Universe pageant. She studies philosophy at the University of Patras.

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Maria Psilou Miss Greece 2017 – Official Facebook page

Miss Egypt, Farah Shabban, and Maria Psilou competed at the 2017 Miss World pageant held in China where they became friends and agreed on a program for encouraging tourism to both their countries.
Greece won the Miss World crown once with Irene Skliva in 1996 and won Miss Universe once in 1964 with Corinna Tsopei.

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