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Blue Nile Falls Ethiopia Faheem Judah-EL D.D. author, meta-physician, researcher, mythologist, world traveler, owner of Axum Publications. www.lulu.com/egipt

Blue Nile Falls Ethiopia Faheem Judah-EL D.D. author, meta-physician, researcher, mythologist, world traveler, owner of Axum Publications. www.lulu.com/egipt

Week 1 #1 In Ethiopia there is one river and it is called the Blue Nile. This river comes from Lake Tana. This river provides a luscious environment for the surrounding areas. These areas are able to grow crops and lots of other agricultural things.

Week 1 In Ethiopia there is one river and it is called the Blue Nile. This river comes from Lake Tana. This river provides a luscious environment for the surrounding areas. These areas are able to grow crops and lots of other agricultural things.

Blue Nile Falls, Ethiopia.

© All rights reserved, don't use without permission The Blue Nile is a river originating at Lake Tana in Ethiopia. With the White Nile, the river is one of the two major tributaries of the Nile. Blue Nile joins White Nile in Khartum (Sudan).

The Bath of the Queen of Sheba, Axum, Ethiopia

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Dungur has been known locally and is known popularly as the Palace of the Queen of Sheba ( or the Palace of Makeda).  In 2008 a team of archaeologists from the University of Hamburg said they discovered the Queen of Sheba’s palace and an altar that may have once held the Ark of the Covenant in Axum, Ethiopia.  A Christian king built a new palace over the 10th-century B.C. structure, which probably didn’t survive for very long. The Hamburg team was led by Helmut Ziegert.

Dungur has been known locally and is known popularly as the Palace of the Queen of Sheba ( or the Palace of Makeda). In 2008 a team of archaeologists from the University of Hamburg said they discovered the Queen of Sheba’s palace and an altar that may have once held the Ark of the Covenant in Axum, Ethiopia. A Christian king built a new palace over the 10th-century B.C. structure, which probably didn’t survive for very long. The Hamburg team was led by Helmut Ziegert.

AXU - Axum Airport - Ethiopia

AXU - Axum Airport - Ethiopia

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