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- Ambo is a spa town in central Ethiopia.
- Ambo is a weekend resort for swimmers and hikers.
- Lake Awasa is a lake in Ethiopia , located in the Rift Valley south of Addis Ababa .
- Lake Awasa is an endorheic basin in Ethiopia, located in the Rift Valley south of Addis Ababa.
- Arsi is one of the 12 zones in Oromia region, Ethiopia.
- ARSI is the fastest growing full service commercial collection agency in the country.
- Arsi is a drought-prone area which suffers from chronic food insecurity.
- Arsi is a top level territorial administration unit in Ethiopia.
- Arsi is also the name of a former province.
- 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 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.
- Addis Ababa is a home of over 4 million people.
- Addis Ababa is a vibrant city where a visitor can find different extremes and contrasts of people, culture, city life and more.
- Addis Ababa - The name of the city, in Amharic, means "new flower".
- Addis Ababa - The crisis in the North appears to have passed.
- Addis Alem was chosen as a suitable place to start development works as it was the birthplace of Tigists’ grandparents and mother.
- Addis Alem is a town in Ethiopia, lying west of Addis Ababa.
- Addis Alem is a small town, around 55km west of the capital Addis Ababa.
- Addis Alem was founded in 1900 by Menelik II as a new capital city; Empress Taytu Betul picked he name.
- Addis Alem is also the name of one of the neighborhoods of Gondar.
- Adigrat is a bustling, friendly town, with strong links to Eritrea that give it a decidedly cosmopolitan feel.
- Adigrat is a city in the Tigray Region (or kilil) of Ethiopia.
- Adigrat is a town in the Tigray Region (or kilil) of Ethiopia.
- Adigrat is a town in the Tigray region (or kilil ) of Ethiopia that as of 1994 had a population of around 37,417 people.
- 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.
- Agame also includes Zalambessa; a piece of land Ethiopia and Eritrea have recently fought over.
- When they go to bar and want to pay individually, they would say " let's go agame".
- We would like to know more about Agame.
- Tihlo prepared from roasted barley flour is very popular in Amhara, Agame, and Awlaelo (Tigrai).
- Amba Mariam is a village in central Ethiopia.
- Amba Mariam is a village in the Amhara region of central Ethiopia.
- Amhara is one of the nine ethnic divisions ( kililoch) of Ethiopia, containing the homeland of the Amhara people.
- Amhara is also one of the nine ethnic divisions (kililoch) of Ethiopia, containing the homeland of the Amhara people.
- The Amhara are also represented and played by their son, that most Amhara of all Amharas, Bereket Simon.
- The Amhara are known for their beauty, as exemplified by the supermodel Liya Kebede.
- 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.
- Located in the Semien Gondar Zone of the Amhara Region, Metemma has a longitude and latitude of .
- Bahir Dar is a city in north western Ethiopia, and the capital of the Amhara Region ( kilil).
- Gondar (less commonly spelled Gonder) was the old imperial capital of Ethiopia and the historic Begemder province, now part of the Amhara region.
- MSF runs treatment centres in Tigray and in the Amhara region, where 657 patients were treated for kala azar in 2006.
- Ankober is a small town 35Km South of Debre Berhan, where Emperor Menelik was born.
- Ankober is a small town 35 kilometres south of Debre Berhan, where Emperor Menelik was born.
- Ankober is a town of Ethiopia, at one time the capital of the historical Shewa kingdom and later district (or kilil).
- Ankober is a town of Ethiopia, at one time the capital of the historical Shewa kingdom and later district.
- Ankober is a town of Ethiopia, at one time the capital of the historical Shoa (or Shewa) kingdom and later district (or kilil).
- The area is a veritable paradise for photographers and naturalists.
- The area is called Bure Safar, and the killing started there.
- The area is classified as a Zone III region, which means an earthquake of magnitude of up to 6.5 can be expected.
- The area was fertile and agriculturally productive then, whereas deforestation and ecological degradation have since made it barren.
- The area was known to the Egyptians as Kush and had strong cultural and religious ties to Egypt.
- Asaita was the seat of the Aussa Sultanate, the chief Afar monarchy, but is 50 kilometers south by unpaved road from Awash - Asseb highway.
- Asaita is a town in northeastern Ethiopia, and before 2007 was the capital of the Afar Region of Ethiopia.
- Asaita is a town in northeastern Ethiopia, and the current capital of the Afar Region of Ethiopia.
- Asaita was the seat of the Sultanate of Aussa, the chief Afar monarchy.
- Asella is a beautiful little girl and I can't wait to meet her.
- Asella is a city in central Ethiopia.
- Asella is a city in the Oromia region of Ethiopia.
- Asella is a town in central Ethiopia.
- 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 is a not profit organization of professional Law Enforcement and Military Snipers; includes application.
- Asosa is a multi-talented vocalist, musician, and producer based in Philadelphia.
- Asosa is a top level territorial administration unit in Ethiopia.
- Asosa is a town in western Ethiopia and the capital of the Benishangul-Gumaz Region (or kilil) of Ethiopia.
- Asosa is a town in western Ethiopia and the capital of the Benishangul-Gumaz Region (or killoch) of Ethiopia.
- Awasa is a city in Ethiopia , on the shores of Lake Awasa in the Great Rift Valley .
- Awasa is a large city at the gateway to the green areas of Ethiopia.
- Awasa is a large town by Ethiopian standards, perched on the edge of Lake Awasa.
- Awasa is a newly established co.
- Awasa is a strange town.
- Awash is a market town in central Ethiopia.
- Awash is a market town in Ethiopia, lying above a gorge on the Awash River and on the Addis Ababa - Djibouti railway.
- Awash is a gorgeous 1000-piece puzzle from Outset Media's Canadian Artist Series.
- Then Drive to Rift Valley Lake of Langano on the way visiting the awash fish market.
- Awash National Park is the oldest and most developed wildlife reserve in Ethiopia.
- Awash National Park is one of the best places for birding in Ethiopia.
- Awash National Park is one of the best-known and most exciting birding destinations in Ethiopia.
- Awash National park is one of the finest and most accessible reserves in the country.
- The Awash National Park is one of the finest nature reserves in Ethiopia.
- Awassa is one of the most attractive cities in Ethiopia.
- Awassa was capital of the former Sidamo Province until it was abolished with the adoption of the 1995 Constitution.
- Awassa was capital of the former Sidamo Province until the province was abolished with the adoption of the 1995 Constitution.
- Awassa is a progressive town of the southern part of the country and centre for political and commercial activities .
- Awassa is the best city in Ethio.
- Babille is a town in eastern Ethiopia, lying east of Harar.
- Babille is a town in eastern Ethiopia.
- Babille is one of the 180 woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia.
- Babille is one of the 47 woredas in the Somali Region of Ethiopia.
- Badme is a sovereign Eritrean territory and has always been so.
- Badme is a town that would catch no outsider's.
- Badme is a village in the land of the Kunama, the ancient indigenous people in the area.
- Badme was known as Yirga - named after the favourite horse of the former governor of Tigray, Ras Seyoum.
- Badme was mentioned by name only twice in the 125 pages of the "Regarding Delimitation of the Border" decision.
- Bahar Dar is a small commercial town situated on the Southern tip of Lake Tana.
- Bahar Dar is a small town set on the south-eastern shore of Lake Tana, where local fishermen still use papyrus boats.
- Bahar Dar is the burgeoning capital city of the Amhara Regional State.
- 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 is an attractive town with tree-lined avenues and set on the shores of the deep blue Lake Tana.
- Bahir Dar is a beautiful city with tree-lined avenues and set on the shores of the deep blue Lake Tana.
- 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.
- Bahir Dar is a city in Ethiopia and the capital of the Amhara Administrative Region ( kilil).
- Bahir Dar is a city in Ethiopia.
- Bale Mountains National Park is a full day ' s drive south of Addis Ababa.
- 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.
- Bale Mountains National Park is the largest area of Afro-Alpine habitat in the whole of the continent.
- Bale Mountains National Park was created originally in 1971 as a protection to the then dwindling numbers of mountain Nyala.
- The Bale Mountains National Park is a national park in the Oromia region of southeast Ethiopia.
- AXUM is one of the most important archaeological sites of Ethiopia.
- AXUM: The ancient royal capital of the earliest Ethiopian kingdom lies in the north of the country.
- Axum is a holy city of Ethiopia, dating over 2000 years back and the cradle of Ethiopian civilization with the Axumite Kingdom.
- 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.
- 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.
- Bale Mountains are well known for their wildlife.
- Bale Mountains is a favorite destination among birders and famous for its large number of Ethiopian endemics.
- Bale Mountains is one of the most beautiful national parks of Ethiopia.
- The Bale Mountains are also rich in birds.
- The Bale Mountains are home to many of Ethiopia's endemic animals, notably the Ethiopian Wolf, ( Canis simensis), found on the Sanetti Plateau.
- The Bashilo River is a tributary of the Abay River, also known as the Blue Nile.
- The Bashilo River is a tributary of the Abay River , also known as the Blue Nile .
- Begemder was a province in the north-eastern part of Ethiopia, with its capital city at Gondar.
- Located in the Metekel Zone of the Benishangul-Gumaz Region, Debre Zeit has a longitude and latitude of .
- Confina a nord con le regioni di Benishangul-Gumaz, Amhara, Afar e con la citt-- di Dire Dawa.
- Located in the Asosa Zone of Benishangul-Gumaz, Kormuk has a longitude and latitude of .
- Benishangul-Gumaz (o Benshangul-Gumuz) -- una regione ( kililoch) dell' Etiopia occidentale.
- Birding was much easier in this more open habitat, and the birds were good.
- The birding was excellent, with highlights including Fox Kestrel, Ovamba Sparrowhawk, and Green-backed Eremomela.
- Birds are singing, cats are multiplying, and squirrels are factoring polynomials.
- Birds are very numerous, and many of them remarkable for the beauty of their plumage.
- The Birds are typical of the dry grassland habitat, featuring bustards, hornbills, weavers, and starlings.
- The birds are also typical of the dry grassland habitat, featuring bustards, hornbills, weavers and starlings.
- The Blue Nile Falls are about an hour by tour bus from Bahar Dar.
- Blue Nile Falls is a great addition to the 52nd Street dining scene, and I can heartily recommend it.
- The Blue Nile Falls are about 45 minutes by tour bus (pretty much the only way to get there) from Bahar Dar.
- 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.
- The Blue Nile Falls are about eight to nine hours by tour-bus from Addis.
- Bonga is a popular fellow.
- Bonga is a town in southwestern Ethiopia .
- Bonga is a town in western Ethiopia , lying south west of Jimma .
- Bonga is the administrative center of the Keficho Shekicho Zone, with a major market on Saturday and lesser ones on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
- Bonga was occupied 13 December 1936 by the Italians under General Malta, who died there the next year on 30 May.
- The camp is the first of the five camps in Ethiopia hosting Sudanese refugees to be successfully closed since repatriation commenced last year.
- The camp was first opened in 1988 but closed in 1991 in the aftermath of the civil war that broke out in Ethiopia.
- Churches were pillaged and burnt, and many inhabitants were carried away into slavery.
- The churches are accessible through carved ravines and eerie subterranean passageways lined with grottoes containing the bones of past clergy.
- The churches are attributed to King Lalibela (1181 - 1221) of the Zaghwe dynasty.
- The churches are big with many of them exceeding heights of ten meters.
- The churches are connected by narrow paths and tunnels.
- Crocodiles are found in the rivers.
- Crocodiles are still utilized locally for their meat, skins and their gall bladders.
- Inside the Danakil desert, the 600-meter shield volcano Erta Ale has a crater with a lava lake.
- In the north, the Danakil Desert reaches to the Red Sea and the coastal foothills of Eritrea.
- Here, we begin to encounter caravans of camels belonging to the Afar people, nomadic shepherds who inhabit the Danakil desert.
- The Danakil desert is one of the warmest places on Earth, and I did this hike during the warmest months of July and August.
- Debre Marqos was later isolated, and practically besieged by a revolt in 1938.
- The history of the Ethiopian airforce is tightly woven with the history of Debre Zeyit.
- Debre Zeyit Technical High School was established in 1958 with a 5-year course for boys 12-15 years of age.
- Debre Zeyit, as a definite entity, did not come into existence until after the Second World War.
- Debre Zeyit is a resort town just south of Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa.
- Dembidolo is a market town in western Ethiopia, lying north east of Gambela.
- Dialects: Part of a dialect cluster with Komso and Bussa.
- Dialects: The Tsamai say Gawwada is difficult to understand.
- It is named after the Didessa River, a tributary of the Abay River.
- The control of HAT using odour preference of tsetse flies (Glossina morsitans submorsitans) was studied in upper Didessa river valley of Ethiopia.
- Host range determination of tsetse fly Glossina morsitans submorsitans by bloodmeal analysis in the upper Didessa River valley ( Western Ethiopia) (pp.
- The Didessa River is an Ethiopian river which rises in the mountains of Gomma, and flows in a northwestern direction.
- Dila is a market town in southern Ethiopia .
- 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.
- Dila is the site of the Dilla College of Teachers' Education, which was founded in 1996 and is part of Debub University.
- The DILA is a perfect replacement and even the mounting holes line up.
- A Dila is a spirit in Philippine mythology.
- 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.
- Dinner was enjoyed in a surprisingly good local restaurant.
- Dinner was three samosas and a Fanta for a whopping US dollar's worth of Shillings.
- Dire Dawa is a Federal chartered town of the federal government.
- Dire Dawa is a chartered city ( astedader akabibi) in eastern Ethiopia.
- Dire Dawa is a city in eastern Ethiopia.
- Dire Dawa is a commercial and industrial center located on the Addis Ababa–Djibouti railroad.
- Dire Dawa is a creation of the railway.
* Eastern Rift Valley
* Ejersa Goro
* Entoto Mountains
* Erta Ale
* Ethiopian Highlands
* Gambela National Park
* Hot Springs
* Karo People
* Lake Abaya
* Lake Abbe
* Lake Abijatta
* Lake Awassa
* Lake Karum
* Lake Langano
* Lake Shala
* Lake Ziway
* Mago National Park
* Melka Kunture
* Mizan Teferi
* Mount Entoto
* Mount Zuqualla
* Nechisar National Park
* Omo National Park
* Omo Valley
* Ras Dashen
* Rift Valley
* Semien Mountains
* Semien Mountains National Park
* Shebelle River
* Sheikh Hussein
* Sof Omar
* Sof Omar Caves
* Somali Region
* Wondo Genet
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