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Bete Giyorgis (church of St. George) at Lalibela, Ethiopia. This curch had been carved from solid volcanic rock in the 12th century CE, during the reign of the sanctified king Gebre Mesqel Lalibela. Since 1978 the monolithic churches of Lalibela are part of the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Bete Giyorgis (church of St. George) at Lalibela, Ethiopia. This curch had been carved from solid volcanic rock in the 12th century CE, during the reign of the sanctified king Gebre Mesqel Lalibela. Since 1978 the monolithic churches of Lalibela are part of the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Morning Worshippers at St. George's - Lalibela, Ethiopia. Buy this print: http://www.bencrosbiephotography.pixieset.com/photography

Morning Worshippers at St. George's - Lalibela, Ethiopia. Buy this print: http://www.bencrosbiephotography.pixieset.com/photography

Church of Our Virgin Mary of Zion.  Located in Axum, Ethiopia, this site is important—like Stonehenge—when we’re talking about the apocalypse. Contained within this tiny structure is supposedly the Ark of the Covenant, aka where the tablet with the Ten Commandments is supposed to be. Something crazy will probably go down here before the end of the world.

Church of Our Virgin Mary of Zion. Located in Axum, Ethiopia, this site is important—like Stonehenge—when we’re talking about the apocalypse. Contained within this tiny structure is supposedly the Ark of the Covenant, aka where the tablet with the Ten Commandments is supposed to be. Something crazy will probably go down here before the end of the world.

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