A prehistoric site near Lake Turkana, the lower valley of the Omo is renowned the world over. The discovery of many fossils there, especially Homo gracilis, has been of fundamental importance in the study of human evolution.
Not far from Bale Mountains is one of the world's most spectacular and extensive underground caverns: the Sof Omar cave system. The weib river, which sources from the Bale Mountains National Park,
Negash was the first site of Muslim settlement in Ethiopia. feeling persecution in soudi Arabia in muhamads own life time. a commodity of Muslims took refuge here counseled by prophet Muhammad
Tiya is located in the Soddo Region of Ethiopia. It is best known for its archaeological site, a UNESCO World Heritage Site remarkable for its large stone pillars, many of which bear some form of decoration.
To Muslims this historic walled citadel, Harrar, or the city of Saints, ranks only behind the sanctified trio of Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem as Islam’s fourth-holiest city.
Simien Mountains National Park is one of the national parks of Ethiopia. Located in the Semien (North) Gondar Zone of the Amhara Region, its territory covers the Simien Mountains and includes Ras Dashan, the highest point in Ethiopia.
Koma Fasiledes a place where the history of king Fasiledes begins - Koma Fasiledes church was built by the wife of king Susenyos and the mother of king Fasil of Gondar,whose name
The Awash valley contains one of the most important groupings of palaeontological sites on the African continent. The remains found at the site, the oldest of which date back at least 4 million years,
The unofficial “Eighth Wonder of the world”, the rock – hewn churches of Lalibela form the single most breathtaking historical site in sub – Saharan Africa.
Debre Damo is the name of a flat-topped mountain, or amba, and a 6th century monastery in northern Ethiopia. The mountain is steeply rising plateau of trapezoidal shape, about 1000 by 400 meters in dimension,
Erta Ale - "The Gateway to Hell." In the north of Ethiopia, about a hundred miles west of the southern end of the Red Sea, is a bubbling caldera known as "The Gateway to Hell."
A UNESCO World Heritage site since 2011, the 230km2 Konso Cultural Landscape is named after its agriculturist inhabitants, who have molded their homeland of Semi-arid hills in to a productive
From kings and churches to emperors and castles: another not-to-be-missed stop on Ethiopia's Historic Route is what has been called the 'Camelot' of Africa: Gondar.
DALLOL – THE HOTTEST PLACE ON EARTHThe sultry Danakil Desert surrounds the desiccated settlement, which contributes to Dallol’s unforgiving hot climate. The annual average high temperature is 105 ˚F,
The 120- old rock hewn churches that grace Tigrai- most of them in active use and with their own oral traditionals- were described by academic Ivy Pearce as the greatest of the historical
Known locally as Tis- Isat Falls - 'Smoke of Fire' - the Blue Nile Falls is the most dramatic spectacle on either the White or the Blue Nile rivers. 400 meters (1,312 feet) wide when in flood, and dropping
Axum, Ethiopia’s most ancient city and the capital of the historic Axumite state, is the site of many remarkable monolithic stone stelae, or obelisks, the three most important being
Nominated in 2009 to the World Heritage Tentative List, Bale Mountains National Park (BMNP) is a national park in Ethiopia with one of the highest incidences of animal endemicity of any terrestrial habitat in the world.
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