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Ethnic Color

Ethiopia is one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the world. If your interest is either to study them or visit anthropological ethnographic background of the peoples of Ethiopia do not

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The Gelada Baboon

The Semyen highland massif is considered to be the finest scenery in all Africa and it is for this reason, and the fact that the area is the home of the Walia Ibex, the Semien Fox

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The Blue Nile

The Blue Nile (Amharic: ዓባይ); transliterated: ʿAbbai, also pronounced “Abbai”  is a river starting the longest river journeys in Africa from Lake Tana. Though the origins of the

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Coffee – Nu Buna Tetu – Come Drink Coffe with us

Who does not know that Coffee is Ethiopia’s Kind gift to the world? Well if you do not now you know. It is only in Ethiopia where you find Forest Wild Coffee.

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Religion

From pagan religions of pre Judaic and pre Christian periods to the introduction of Islam Ethiopia remains most rich in religious wealth including indigenous faiths.

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St. Lalibela church

Bet Giorgis The monolithic Bet Giorgis - dedicated to the national saint of Ethiopia is isolated from the other two groups of churches.

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Welcome

Welcome

Ethiopia is one of the unique and most fascinating countries in Africa. Here you can go back in time, explore different cultures, wonder amazing landscapes, and go extremes to below sea level and maximum temperature on earth. What will impress you most is the hospitality of every community, every culture and every small hut on your journey in Ethiopia. We are one of the poorest countries the world, but no doubt that we are one of the happy communities you will find in your travels. Pride is what...
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Yeha

Yeha

The oldest standing structure in Ethiopia is located in Yeha: the Great Temple. This is a tower built...
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Harar

Harar

Is The only walled city in East Africa, belived the fourth holy city of Islam, and a city of over a hundred...
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Gonder

Gonder

Gonder was the 17th Century capital of Ethiopia, and is notable for its medieval Castles and churches....
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Tsamai people

Tsamai people

The Tsamai people (also spelled Tsemay, Tsamay, Tsemai, Tsamako, or Tsamakko) are an ethnic...
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Surma

Surma

Surma is the Ethiopian government's collective name for the Suri, the Mursi and the Me'en with...
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Afar people

Afar people

The Afar (Afar alphabet Qafár, Feera ዐፋር ʿāfār, Arabic: عفار‎, Amh. translit....
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Introduction Ethiopian Destination Highlights - Tuesday, 10 May 2011 21:07
Wild-Animals Gelada Baboon - Tuesday, 10 May 2011 09:04
Wild-Animals Menelik's Bushbuck - Tuesday, 10 May 2011 09:03
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Anual Festivals & Ceremonies

Timkat-Feast of the Epiphany

Timkat-Feast of the Epiphany

Timkat-Feast of the Epiphany, 19 January:- During the first millennium B.C. and possibly even earlier, various Semitic-speaking groups from Southwest Arabia began to cross the Red Sea and settle along the coast and in the nearby highlands....

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Different topics on Ethiopia

Traditional Foods

Traditional Foods

Ingera is made from a cereal grain that is unique known as Tef. Though t'efs is...
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Traditional musical  instruments

Traditional musical instruments

Traditional musical instruments in widespread use include the massinko, a one-stringed...
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Tsamai people

Tsamai people

The Tsamai people (also spelled Tsemay, Tsamay, Tsemai, Tsamako, or Tsamakko) are...
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Ethiopian Languages

Ethiopian Languages

Ethiopia has many indigenous languages (some 84 according to the Ethnologue, 77 according...
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Surma

Surma

Surma is the Ethiopian government's collective name for the Suri, the Mursi and the...
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Coffee ceremony

Coffee ceremony

Coffee – Nu Buna Tetu – Come Drink Coffe with us. Who does not know that Coffee...
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BEST Natural Attractions

Blue Nile

Blue Nile

The Blue Nile (Amharic: ዓባይ); transliterated:...
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Dallol Depression

Dallol Depression

One of the most important features of this region of...
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Lake Tana

Lake Tana

Lake Tana, the largest lake in Ethiopia, is the source...
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Omo River

Omo River

The Omo Valley is virtually free of human habitation...
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