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The Baalbeck International Festival inaugurated its 60th year Friday night with Ivan Caracalla's colorful musical "Sailing Through Time," playing to a full house on the steps of the Bacchus Temple.The work tells the story of Taymour, a Baalbek native who in the prime of life sets out along the Silk Road in search of China."Sailing Through Time" is expected to tour the world in the next year.With a montage of archival footage of the opening night of the first Baalbeck festival, projected while the troupe performed a routine of traditional Arabic songs, members of the crowd and the security forces joined in the dance.
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