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Historical Attraction
The Oldest Standing structure in Ethiopia is located in Yeha: the temple of yeha. This is lower built in the Sarbanes style, and dated through comparison with ancient structures in south Arabia to around 700 BC. Additionally Yeha is the location of an Ethiopian Orthodox monastery. The edifice was founded  according to tradition by Abba...
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Located approximately 90KM from Axum, Debre Damo is a unique and Unforgettable site to visit. The entrance to this monastery is located twenty five meters up a sheer cliff which is preched on a 2800m high flat topped mountain. To access the entrance one has to climb by rope with the support of the priests...
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Lalibela is known for the most impressive churches considered as a work of sculpture dedicated to the glory of God.it offers an experience of impressive and mysterious churches which are carved out of red volcanic tuff on which they stand.Some lying completely hidden in deep trenches and others standing in quarried caves,all are complex in...
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Gondar is famous for it’s many medieval castles with unique design and decoration of it’s churches where the first of the castles was created by king Fasil. The clusters of medieval castles in the city,which are all world heritages sites,were once vigorous and vital centers of religious learning and art.For these reasons,the city has been...
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Axum is a town of Legends offering a glimpse to a truly remarkable past.it is littered with the ruin of palaces,undergound tombs,mysterious monolithic stelae  carved from single piece of Granite and many historical relics. The founding of the Empire of Axum in the 5th century BC is often taken as the starting point of Ethiopian...
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