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AMBO
LAKE AWASA
ARSI
BARO RIVER
ADDIS ABABA
ADDIS ALEM
ADIGRAT
AGAME
AMBA MARIAM
AMHARA
AMHARA REGION
ANKOBER
AREA
ASAITA
ASELLA
ASOSA
AWASA
AWASH
AWASH NATIONAL PARK
AWASSA
BABILLE
BADME
BAHAR DAR
BAHIR DAR
BALE MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK
AXUM
BALE MOUNTAINS
BASHILO RIVER
BEGEMDER
BENISHANGUL-GUMAZ
BIRDING
BIRDS
BLUE NILE FALLS
BONGA
CAMP
CHURCHES
CROCODILES
DANAKIL DESERT
DEBRE MARQOS
DEBRE ZEYIT
DEMBIDOLO
DIALECTS
DIDESSA RIVER
DILA
DINNER
DIRE DAWA
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Ambo

  1. Ambo is a spa town in central Ethiopia.
  2. Ambo is a weekend resort for swimmers and hikers.

Lake Awasa

  1. Lake Awasa is a lake in Ethiopia , located in the Rift Valley south of Addis Ababa . (Web site)
  2. Lake Awasa is an endorheic basin in Ethiopia, located in the Rift Valley south of Addis Ababa.

Arsi

  1. Arsi is one of the 12 zones in Oromia region, Ethiopia. (Web site)
  2. ARSI is the fastest growing full service commercial collection agency in the country.
  3. Arsi is a drought-prone area which suffers from chronic food insecurity.
  4. Arsi is a top level territorial administration unit in Ethiopia. (Web site)
  5. Arsi is also the name of a former province.

Baro River

  1. He defeated the Anuak in a bloody engagement at Itang on the Baro River but had to withdraw before carrying out any hostilities in the Sudan.

Addis Ababa

  1. Addis Ababa is a pleasant city with wide avenues of jacarandas, interesting museums and one of the largest open-air markets in Africa, known as the Merkato.
  2. Addis Ababa is a home of over 4 million people.
  3. Addis Ababa is a vibrant city where a visitor can find different extremes and contrasts of people, culture, city life and more.
  4. Addis Ababa - The name of the city, in Amharic, means "new flower".
  5. Addis Ababa - The crisis in the North appears to have passed.

Addis Alem

  1. Addis Alem was chosen as a suitable place to start development works as it was the birthplace of Tigists’ grandparents and mother. (Web site)
  2. Addis Alem is a town in Ethiopia, lying west of Addis Ababa. (Web site)
  3. Addis Alem is a small town, around 55km west of the capital Addis Ababa. (Web site)
  4. Addis Alem was founded in 1900 by Menelik II as a new capital city; Empress Taytu Betul picked he name. (Web site)
  5. Addis Alem is also the name of one of the neighborhoods of Gondar. (Web site)

Adigrat

  1. Adigrat is a bustling, friendly town, with strong links to Eritrea that give it a decidedly cosmopolitan feel.
  2. Adigrat is a city in the Tigray Region (or kilil) of Ethiopia. (Web site)
  3. Adigrat is a town in the Tigray Region (or kilil) of Ethiopia.
  4. Adigrat is a town in the Tigray region (or kilil ) of Ethiopia that as of 1994 had a population of around 37,417 people.
  5. Adigrat is a town in the Tigray region (or kilil) of Ethiopia that As of 1994, it had a population of around 37,417 people. (Web site)

Agame

  1. Agame also includes Zalambessa; a piece of land Ethiopia and Eritrea have recently fought over.
  2. When they go to bar and want to pay individually, they would say " let's go agame".
  3. We would like to know more about Agame. (Web site)
  4. Tihlo prepared from roasted barley flour is very popular in Amhara, Agame, and Awlaelo (Tigrai).

Amba Mariam

  1. Amba Mariam is a village in central Ethiopia.
  2. Amba Mariam is a village in the Amhara region of central Ethiopia. (Web site)

Amhara

  1. Amhara is one of the nine ethnic divisions ( kililoch) of Ethiopia, containing the homeland of the Amhara people.
  2. Amhara is also one of the nine ethnic divisions (kililoch) of Ethiopia, containing the homeland of the Amhara people. (Web site)
  3. The Amhara are also represented and played by their son, that most Amhara of all Amharas, Bereket Simon.
  4. The Amhara are known for their beauty, as exemplified by the supermodel Liya Kebede. (Web site)
  5. The Amhara are found predominantly in Gojam, Gonder, in parts of Welo such as Lasta and Wag, and in parts of Shewa such as Menz. (Web site)

Amhara Region

  1. Located in the Semien Gondar Zone of the Amhara Region, Metemma has a longitude and latitude of .
  2. Bahir Dar is a city in north western Ethiopia, and the capital of the Amhara Region ( kilil). (Web site)
  3. Gondar (less commonly spelled Gonder) was the old imperial capital of Ethiopia and the historic Begemder province, now part of the Amhara region.
  4. MSF runs treatment centres in Tigray and in the Amhara region, where 657 patients were treated for kala azar in 2006.

Ankober

  1. Ankober is a small town 35Km South of Debre Berhan, where Emperor Menelik was born.
  2. Ankober is a small town 35 kilometres south of Debre Berhan, where Emperor Menelik was born. (Web site)
  3. Ankober is a town of Ethiopia, at one time the capital of the historical Shewa kingdom and later district (or kilil).
  4. Ankober is a town of Ethiopia, at one time the capital of the historical Shewa kingdom and later district.
  5. Ankober is a town of Ethiopia, at one time the capital of the historical Shoa (or Shewa) kingdom and later district (or kilil).

Area

  1. The area is a veritable paradise for photographers and naturalists.
  2. The area is called Bure Safar, and the killing started there. (Web site)
  3. The area is classified as a Zone III region, which means an earthquake of magnitude of up to 6.5 can be expected.
  4. The area was fertile and agriculturally productive then, whereas deforestation and ecological degradation have since made it barren.
  5. The area was known to the Egyptians as Kush and had strong cultural and religious ties to Egypt.

Asaita

  1. Asaita was the seat of the Aussa Sultanate, the chief Afar monarchy, but is 50 kilometers south by unpaved road from Awash - Asseb highway.
  2. Asaita is a town in northeastern Ethiopia, and before 2007 was the capital of the Afar Region of Ethiopia.
  3. Asaita is a town in northeastern Ethiopia, and the current capital of the Afar Region of Ethiopia.
  4. Asaita was the seat of the Sultanate of Aussa, the chief Afar monarchy.

Asella

  1. Asella is a beautiful little girl and I can't wait to meet her. (Web site)
  2. Asella is a city in central Ethiopia.
  3. Asella is a city in the Oromia region of Ethiopia.
  4. Asella is a town in central Ethiopia.
  5. Asella was the capital of Arsi Province until that province was demoted to a Zone of Oromia with the adoption of the 1995 Constitution.

Asosa

  1. ASOSA is a not profit organization of professional Law Enforcement and Military Snipers; includes application.
  2. Asosa is a multi-talented vocalist, musician, and producer based in Philadelphia. (Web site)
  3. Asosa is a top level territorial administration unit in Ethiopia. (Web site)
  4. Asosa is a town in western Ethiopia and the capital of the Benishangul-Gumaz Region (or kilil) of Ethiopia.
  5. Asosa is a town in western Ethiopia and the capital of the Benishangul-Gumaz Region (or killoch) of Ethiopia.

Awasa

  1. Awasa is a city in Ethiopia , on the shores of Lake Awasa in the Great Rift Valley .
  2. Awasa is a large city at the gateway to the green areas of Ethiopia.
  3. Awasa is a large town by Ethiopian standards, perched on the edge of Lake Awasa.
  4. Awasa is a newly established co.
  5. Awasa is a strange town.

Awash

  1. Awash is a market town in central Ethiopia.
  2. Awash is a market town in Ethiopia, lying above a gorge on the Awash River and on the Addis Ababa - Djibouti railway. (Web site)
  3. Awash is a gorgeous 1000-piece puzzle from Outset Media's Canadian Artist Series.
  4. Then Drive to Rift Valley Lake of Langano on the way visiting the awash fish market.

Awash National Park

  1. Awash National Park is the oldest and most developed wildlife reserve in Ethiopia.
  2. Awash National Park is one of the best places for birding in Ethiopia.
  3. Awash National Park is one of the best-known and most exciting birding destinations in Ethiopia.
  4. Awash National park is one of the finest and most accessible reserves in the country. (Web site)
  5. The Awash National Park is one of the finest nature reserves in Ethiopia.

Awassa

  1. Awassa is one of the most attractive cities in Ethiopia.
  2. Awassa was capital of the former Sidamo Province until it was abolished with the adoption of the 1995 Constitution.
  3. Awassa was capital of the former Sidamo Province until the province was abolished with the adoption of the 1995 Constitution. (Web site)
  4. Awassa is a progressive town of the southern part of the country and centre for political and commercial activities .
  5. Awassa is the best city in Ethio. (Web site)

Babille

  1. Babille is a town in eastern Ethiopia, lying east of Harar.
  2. Babille is a town in eastern Ethiopia.
  3. Babille is one of the 180 woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. (Web site)
  4. Babille is one of the 47 woredas in the Somali Region of Ethiopia. (Web site)

Badme

  1. Badme is a sovereign Eritrean territory and has always been so.
  2. Badme is a town that would catch no outsider's.
  3. Badme is a village in the land of the Kunama, the ancient indigenous people in the area.
  4. Badme was known as Yirga - named after the favourite horse of the former governor of Tigray, Ras Seyoum. (Web site)
  5. Badme was mentioned by name only twice in the 125 pages of the "Regarding Delimitation of the Border" decision. (Web site)

Bahar Dar

  1. Bahar Dar is a small commercial town situated on the Southern tip of Lake Tana.
  2. Bahar Dar is a small town set on the south-eastern shore of Lake Tana, where local fishermen still use papyrus boats.
  3. Bahar Dar is the burgeoning capital city of the Amhara Regional State.
  4. Bahar Dar is the port of the tankwa (papyrus boat) fleet, which was once a link for the city with the many islands on Lake Tana.

Bahir Dar

  1. BAHIR DAR is an attractive town with tree-lined avenues and set on the shores of the deep blue Lake Tana.
  2. Bahir Dar is a beautiful city with tree-lined avenues and set on the shores of the deep blue Lake Tana.
  3. Bahir Dar is a cheerful and relaxing town to stay in, combining the bustle of town life with the gentler pace of the rural suburbs.
  4. Bahir Dar is a city in Ethiopia and the capital of the Amhara Administrative Region ( kilil).
  5. Bahir Dar is a city in Ethiopia. (Web site)

Bale Mountains National Park

  1. Bale Mountains National Park is a full day ' s drive south of Addis Ababa. (Web site)
  2. Bale Mountains National Park is a vast region of juniper and heather moorlands in the foothills, leading up to woodland in the higher reaches of the park. (Web site)
  3. Bale Mountains National Park is the largest area of Afro-Alpine habitat in the whole of the continent. (Web site)
  4. Bale Mountains National Park was created originally in 1971 as a protection to the then dwindling numbers of mountain Nyala. (Web site)
  5. The Bale Mountains National Park is a national park in the Oromia region of southeast Ethiopia.

Axum

  1. AXUM is one of the most important archaeological sites of Ethiopia. (Web site)
  2. AXUM: The ancient royal capital of the earliest Ethiopian kingdom lies in the north of the country. (Web site)
  3. Axum is a holy city of Ethiopia, dating over 2000 years back and the cradle of Ethiopian civilization with the Axumite Kingdom.
  4. Axum is also the site of the church of Enda Mariam Sion, in front of which kings were crowned even as late as the last century.
  5. Axum is an ancient city that Queen Sheba used as her capital in the tenth century BC. Axum is famous for its obelisks or monolithic stelae. (Web site)

Bale Mountains

  1. Bale Mountains are well known for their wildlife.
  2. Bale Mountains is a favorite destination among birders and famous for its large number of Ethiopian endemics. (Web site)
  3. Bale Mountains is one of the most beautiful national parks of Ethiopia. (Web site)
  4. The Bale Mountains are also rich in birds.
  5. The Bale Mountains are home to many of Ethiopia's endemic animals, notably the Ethiopian Wolf, ( Canis simensis), found on the Sanetti Plateau.

Bashilo River

  1. The Bashilo River is a tributary of the Abay River, also known as the Blue Nile. (Web site)
  2. The Bashilo River is a tributary of the Abay River , also known as the Blue Nile .

Begemder

  1. Begemder was a province in the north-eastern part of Ethiopia, with its capital city at Gondar. (Web site)

Benishangul-Gumaz

  1. Located in the Metekel Zone of the Benishangul-Gumaz Region, Debre Zeit has a longitude and latitude of .
  2. Confina a nord con le regioni di Benishangul-Gumaz, Amhara, Afar e con la citt-- di Dire Dawa.
  3. Located in the Asosa Zone of Benishangul-Gumaz, Kormuk has a longitude and latitude of .
  4. Benishangul-Gumaz (o Benshangul-Gumuz) -- una regione ( kililoch) dell' Etiopia occidentale.

Birding

  1. Birding was much easier in this more open habitat, and the birds were good.
  2. The birding was excellent, with highlights including Fox Kestrel, Ovamba Sparrowhawk, and Green-backed Eremomela.

Birds

  1. Birds are singing, cats are multiplying, and squirrels are factoring polynomials.
  2. Birds are very numerous, and many of them remarkable for the beauty of their plumage. (Web site)
  3. The Birds are typical of the dry grassland habitat, featuring bustards, hornbills, weavers, and starlings.
  4. The birds are also typical of the dry grassland habitat, featuring bustards, hornbills, weavers and starlings.

Blue Nile Falls

  1. The Blue Nile Falls are about an hour by tour bus from Bahar Dar.
  2. Blue Nile Falls is a great addition to the 52nd Street dining scene, and I can heartily recommend it. (Web site)
  3. The Blue Nile Falls are about 45 minutes by tour bus (pretty much the only way to get there) from Bahar Dar.
  4. The Blue Nile Falls are about 45 minutes by tour bus (which is the recommended, as well a pretty much the only way to get there) from Bahar Dar. (Web site)
  5. The Blue Nile Falls are about eight to nine hours by tour-bus from Addis.

Bonga

  1. Bonga is a popular fellow.
  2. Bonga is a town in southwestern Ethiopia .
  3. Bonga is a town in western Ethiopia , lying south west of Jimma .
  4. Bonga is the administrative center of the Keficho Shekicho Zone, with a major market on Saturday and lesser ones on Tuesdays and Thursdays. (Web site)
  5. Bonga was occupied 13 December 1936 by the Italians under General Malta, who died there the next year on 30 May.

Camp

  1. The camp is the first of the five camps in Ethiopia hosting Sudanese refugees to be successfully closed since repatriation commenced last year. (Web site)
  2. The camp was first opened in 1988 but closed in 1991 in the aftermath of the civil war that broke out in Ethiopia.

Churches

  1. Churches were pillaged and burnt, and many inhabitants were carried away into slavery.
  2. The churches are accessible through carved ravines and eerie subterranean passageways lined with grottoes containing the bones of past clergy. (Web site)
  3. The churches are attributed to King Lalibela (1181 - 1221) of the Zaghwe dynasty.
  4. The churches are big with many of them exceeding heights of ten meters. (Web site)
  5. The churches are connected by narrow paths and tunnels. (Web site)

Crocodiles

  1. Crocodiles are found in the rivers. (Web site)
  2. Crocodiles are still utilized locally for their meat, skins and their gall bladders.

Danakil Desert

  1. Inside the Danakil desert, the 600-meter shield volcano Erta Ale has a crater with a lava lake.
  2. In the north, the Danakil Desert reaches to the Red Sea and the coastal foothills of Eritrea. (Web site)
  3. Here, we begin to encounter caravans of camels belonging to the Afar people, nomadic shepherds who inhabit the Danakil desert.
  4. The Danakil desert is one of the warmest places on Earth, and I did this hike during the warmest months of July and August. (Web site)

Debre Marqos

  1. Debre Marqos was later isolated, and practically besieged by a revolt in 1938. (Web site)

Debre Zeyit

  1. The history of the Ethiopian airforce is tightly woven with the history of Debre Zeyit. (Web site)
  2. Debre Zeyit Technical High School was established in 1958 with a 5-year course for boys 12-15 years of age. (Web site)
  3. Debre Zeyit, as a definite entity, did not come into existence until after the Second World War. (Web site)
  4. Debre Zeyit is a resort town just south of Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa.

Dembidolo

  1. Dembidolo is a market town in western Ethiopia, lying north east of Gambela.

Dialects

  1. Dialects: Part of a dialect cluster with Komso and Bussa.
  2. Dialects: The Tsamai say Gawwada is difficult to understand.

Didessa River

  1. It is named after the Didessa River, a tributary of the Abay River. (Web site)
  2. The control of HAT using odour preference of tsetse flies (Glossina morsitans submorsitans) was studied in upper Didessa river valley of Ethiopia.
  3. Host range determination of tsetse fly Glossina morsitans submorsitans by bloodmeal analysis in the upper Didessa River valley ( Western Ethiopia) (pp.
  4. The Didessa River is an Ethiopian river which rises in the mountains of Gomma, and flows in a northwestern direction.

Dila

  1. Dila is a market town in southern Ethiopia .
  2. Dila is a market town in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region of Ethiopia, lying on the main road from Addis Ababa to Nairobi.
  3. Dila is the site of the Dilla College of Teachers' Education, which was founded in 1996 and is part of Debub University. (Web site)
  4. The DILA is a perfect replacement and even the mounting holes line up.
  5. A Dila is a spirit in Philippine mythology.

Dinner

  1. Dinner was again pretty good, and this time we were treated to appropriate music in the form of a live string quartet that was quite enjoyable.
  2. Dinner was enjoyed in a surprisingly good local restaurant.
  3. Dinner was three samosas and a Fanta for a whopping US dollar's worth of Shillings. (Web site)

Dire Dawa

  1. Dire Dawa is a Federal chartered town of the federal government.
  2. Dire Dawa is a chartered city ( astedader akabibi) in eastern Ethiopia.
  3. Dire Dawa is a city in eastern Ethiopia.
  4. Dire Dawa is a commercial and industrial center located on the Addis Ababa–Djibouti railroad.
  5. Dire Dawa is a creation of the railway.

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