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Celebrated on the 19th of every January (20th on leap years),it’s among the biggest religious festival in Ethiopia. Timkat celebrates the  baptism of  Jesus in the Jordan River.During the ceremony of Timkat. the Tabot,a model of Ark od Covenant which is present on every Ethiopian alter is covered in rich cloth and brought on the...
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Ethiopian Christmas also known as Genna and Lidet is celebrated on every January 7(January 8 on leap years).The day is celebrated among all Christians with colorful dresses,traditional food and drinks.All Church give service all night through with the mass attending the service.in the country side,through these days less frequently exercised,there is an indigenous sport named...
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Meskel,which means “Cross ” is another important religious festival that has been celebrated for over 1,600 years.it is celebrated to commemorate the discovery of the cross by Empress Helena,the mother of Constantine the Great,upon which jesus was crucified.According to source,the original event took place on 19 March,AD 326 and is currently celebrated on 27 September...
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