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  • Afar warriors with sticks

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    Afar warriors with sticks, Danakil, Ethiopia

  • Floating angel-child

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    Floating angel-child, Timkat Procession, Gondar

  • Surma boy with yellow flowers - Tulgit Omo Ethiopia

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    This kid is from the village of Turgit, one of the nicest place in Surma /Suri territory, in the south of Ethiopia, near the sudanese border

  • Steales of Tiya

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    In Soddo region, south of Addis Ababa, Tiya is a UNESCO world heritage site. The site contains 36 monuments, including 32 carved steales covered with symbols,like headrest, women,sword... which are the remains of an ancient Ethiopian culture, whose age has not yet been precisely determined.

  • Hyena man

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    Feeding wild hyenas outside the walled city of Harar, Ethiopia

  • Hamer children seat by a tree

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    Spending time with the Hamers is like going back in time, into a different dimension. Every aspect of their life is dramatically different to those, which we are used to in the modern world

  • Danakil men

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    Danakil men - between Abbe lake and Assaita

  • Christmas celebration, Lalibela

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    Deacons walk with a flame in a procession during Christmas celebrations, Lalibela, Ethiopia

  • Danakil Depression

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    Danakil Deseret, Afar Triangle

  • Timkat (Epiphany) , Gondar

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    View of Fasilidas' baths, Timakt , Gondar

  • Hamer bull jumping ceremony, Omo Valley, Ethiopia

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    The Hamer have very unique rituals such as a bull-leaping ceremony, that a young men has to succeed in order to get married. The cow jumping is an initiation rite of passage for boys coming of age in Hamar tribe.

  • Lake Besseka located near Metahara

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    Camels on Metahara railway Lake Besseka - Ethiopia.

  • Christmas celebration, Lalibela

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    Deacons preparing for the final night of Christmas celebrations, Lalibela, Ethiopia

  • Axum City

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    Dome and Belltower of the Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion

  • Mursi woman tribe with hippo tusks - Omo valley Ethiopia

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    The Mursi (also called Murzu) is the most popular tribe in the southwestern Ethiopia, lower Omo Valley, 100 km north of Kenyan. They are estimated to be 10 000 people and live in the Mago National Park, established in 1979.

  • Addis Ababa

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    Addis Ababa, Bole - Night View

  • Chilada Baboon

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    Chilada Baboon - Endemic to Ethiopia

  • Bale Mountains

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    Bale Mountains - Landscape

  • Cut-throat firefench

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    Cut-throat firefench, Birds in Axum - Ethiopia

  • Dallol Volcano

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    Dallol Volcano, northeast of the Erta Ale Range, Ethiopia - A volcanic explosion crater

  • Lalibela

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    Lalibela

  • Al-Najashi Mosque

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    The first Mosque in Africa

  • Ethiopian Wolf / Simien Fox

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    Ethiopian Wolf, Simien Mountains - Endemic to Ethiopia

  • The Blue Nile falls

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    Tis Abay (Smoking Water) is a Waterfall on the Blue Nile River

   
  
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