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Adama0 ARTICLES IN THE PAST MONTH
Adama is located in the Great Rift Valley, along the main highway from Addis Ababa to Djibouti. It plays a crucial role in the facilitation of logistics from Eastern Ethiopia to the capital and a local hub for conference tourism.
Addis Ababa9 ARTICLES IN THE PAST MONTH
Addis Ababa is Ethiopia's capital, African Union headquarters and other regional and international organizations, a melting pot of colourful cultures with a cosmopolitan test.
Assosa0 ARTICLES IN THE PAST MONTH
Assosa is a multicultural city with great social fabric found in western Ethiopia where the best Mango produced and marketplace for traditionally mined Gold.
Bahir Dar0 ARTICLES IN THE PAST MONTH
Home to the largest lake in Ethiopia, Tana and the source of the Blue Nile. Registered as one of UNESCO's Biosphere Reserves, thirty-seven islands surround it out of which 21 host ancient monasteries make the city one of the tourist destinations.
Benishangul-Gumuz0 ARTICLES IN THE PAST MONTH
Bnihangul-Gumuz is a Regional state located in Western Ethiopia to the border of Sudan. It was previously known as Region 6. The region's capital is Assosa.
Debre Berhan0 ARTICLES IN THE PAST MONTH
Debre Berhan is a city in Amhara region, Ethiopia. Located in the Semien Shewa Zone of the Amhara Region, about 120 kilometers northeast of Addis Ababa on Ethiopian highway 2, the town has an elevation of 2,840 meters.
Dessie0 ARTICLES IN THE PAST MONTH
Dessie is a town in north-central Ethiopia. Located in the South Wollo Zone of the Amhara Region, Dessie is 400 km to the north of the capital Addis Ababa. It has a population of more than 200,000 people in over 30 wards.
Dire Dawa0 ARTICLES IN THE PAST MONTH
The wide streets of Kezira, the role of the city in the Ethiopia-Djibouti railway history as well as the Islamic architecture and markets in Magala make the city cosmopolitan and unique in its existence.
Gonder0 ARTICLES IN THE PAST MONTH
One of the oldest and historically important cities in Ethiopia hosts the legendary palace of former Emperor Fasiledes, which is one of the country’s main tourist attractions, especially in Ethiopian epiphany.
Hawassa0 ARTICLES IN THE PAST MONTH
Located on the shores of Lake Hawassa in the Great Rift Valley known for its rich fishery scenes and Sidama Bunna a city of recreation and business which hosts the Senkele Swayne’s Hartebeest Sanctuary, home to Africa’s endangered antelopes.
Jigjiga0 ARTICLES IN THE PAST MONTH
Jigjiga is a hub of trading and business because of its proximity to Somaliland and Kenya. Multiethnic residents, its bicycle scenes, after lunch tea and social chat ceremony, the Karamara mountains make the city unique.
Jimma0 ARTICLES IN THE PAST MONTH
An important economic hub in the country, Jimma attracted merchants and traders from several parts of the country considered and also surrounded by coffee farms.
Mekelle0 ARTICLES IN THE PAST MONTH
The northern star is an important destination for merchants arriving from the Danakil Depression to trade salt as well as home to Yohannes IV Museum - the palace of former Emperor Yohannes - and the Martyrs Memorial Museum.
semera0 ARTICLES IN THE PAST MONTH
Semera is the capital city of the Afar Region of Ethiopia. It is a town on the Awash–Asseb highway in northeast Ethiopia, having been planned and built to replace Asaita.