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Addis Ababa – The Capital

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s sprawling capital in the highlands bordering the Great Rift Valley is the country’s commercial and cultural hub. Its National Museum exhibits Ethiopian art, traditional crafts and prehistoric fossils, including replicas of the famous early hominid, "Lucy." The burial place of the 20th-century emperor Haile Selassie, copper-domed Holy Trinity Cathedral, is a neo-baroque […]

Axum – The Ancient Kingdom

Axum, or Aksum, is the ninth-oldest cities in Africa named after the Kingdom of Axum. It's known for its tall, carved obelisks, relics of the ancient Kingdom ofks. Most are in the northern Stela Park, including a huge fallen pillar, now in pieces. Centuries old St. Mary of Zion is a Christian church and pilgrimage […]
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Debre Damo – Flat-Topped Mountain

Debre Damo is the name of a flat-topped mountain, or Amba, and a 6th-century monastery in northern Ethiopia. The mountain is a steeply rising plateau of trapezoidal shape, about 1000 by 400 m in dimension. It is only accessible by climbing up a rope.
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Gonder – The Cross Roads Ethiopian Civilization

Gonder is a city in northern Ethiopia. It’s known for the walled Fasil-Ghebbi fortress and palace compound, once the seat of Ethiopian emperors. Dominating it is the immense 17th century castle of Emperor Fasilides, which combines Portuguese, Indian and local architectural styles. Outside the complex is Debre Berhan Selassie church, with an interior of elaborate […]
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Harar – The Fortified Historic Town

No journey along Ethiopia’s great historic route would be complete without a visit to the medieval walled city of Harar. Harar is a city in eastern Ethiopia. A centuries-old defensive wall that has several large gates, including Duke’s Gate, surrounds it. The city is known for its mazelike alleys and traditional houses decorated inside with […]
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Lalibela – The New Jerusalem

The extraordinary, isolated town of Lalibela is located in the Amhara region of northern Ethiopia. It's known for its distinctive rock-hewn churches dating from the 12th and 13th centuries, which are pilgrimage sites for Coptic Christians. Carved out of rock, the subterranean monoliths include huge Bete Medhane-Alem, and cross-shaped Bete Giyorgis. Some of them are […]
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Yeha – The Center of The Earliest Civilization

Ethiopia’s historic route begins with a glance at the enticing remains of Yeha-the center of the earliest civilization in the northern Ethiopia. Yeha is a town in the middle Zone of the northern Tigray Region in Ethiopia. It served as the capital of the pre-Aksumite kingdom of D’mt. Yeha is the site of the famous […]
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