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The old town of Harar came to Formal existence since 1520.the town is exceptionally known for the erected encircling walls tightly embracing the town.The 87 mosques existing in Harar has made the city an important place for the Muslim community. The French poet Rimbaud also had spent part of his last years in harar as...
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The western part of Ethiopia is one of the greenest, wildest and for tourism yet undiscovered places of Ethiopia. Between Jimma and Gambela, wlid forests and vast coffee plantations shape the landscape. Coffee is an important topic in this area, where coffee is believed to come from. Jimma, located at 335 km south west of...
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With a settlement at the east bank of the Omo River,the Karo tribe has a population not more than 1,500.They are masters at symbolic and ornamental expressions painted on their face and bodies by combining white chalk,black charcoal,yellow ochre and red earth.Karo woman Scarcity their chests to beautify themselves and the complete scarification of a...
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konso cultural landscape is located in a dry. Hilly environment at the edge of the Rift valley in Southern Ethiopia. it has always been a relatively isolated area of the country.Where life has remained largely unchanged for at least 400 years. The people live in closely-packed communities of wood and mud built, Thatched dwelling from...
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The Hamer tribes live among the bush covered hills on the eastern side of the Omo Valley.They are agro-Pastoralists with total population over 35,000 and place themselves between the Hamatic and Nilotic people.They are Neighbors with Geleb to the North,Banna and Bashada to east, Erbore and Tsemai to the south east and Bume and Karo...
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following the southwest of the capital,we find the lower Omo Valley which is one of Africa’s last unspoiled wilderness regions.Unlike any other place, the lower Omo valley has the largest diversity of Ethnically different groups in Ethiopia and Africa hence still now the culture and people of this region are focus of study for their...
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The Mursi people are Nilo-Saharan agro-pastoralist originated from the larger Surma group. They occupy the land between the Omo and the Mago rivers neighboring with Surma to the west, Ari to the East, the Karo and Kwegu for the lip plates worn by girls and women, piercing the bottom lips stretching to fit the plates.The...
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