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Lake Ziway (Ethiopia)

Lake Ziway (Ethiopia)

Site about foreign languages. This page is on Amharic. I need to remember to come back to this when I start trying to learn a bit before we travel to Ethiopia!

Amharic is a Semitic language spoken in Ethiopia and Eritrea by about 25 million people.

handsome young man sells traditional hats in the hills above Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Friendly Faces of Ethiopia: encounters on the road

aerial view Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia ~ UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Photo: mariusz kluzniak via Flickr

touchdisky: “ by mariusz kluzniak ”

Ethiopia: - coffee ceremony by the type of her tradtional dress most-likely from Gonder or Wolo region

If you want an honost to goodness real cup of coffee, go see Amsala. Ethiopia: - coffee ceremony by the type of her tradtional dress most-likely from Gonder or Wolo region

Ethiopia, Awash National Park. How I wish I could be there right now..

How I wish I could be there right now.

preparing injera, Ethiopia (2006).  Photo: witoldosko via Flickr

making injera -Ethiopian flat bread, soaks up everything and has a very strange texture.

Bishoftu is one of just under a dozen crater lakes at Debre Zeyit, Ethiopia.

Bishoftu is one of just under a dozen crater lakes at Debre Zeyit, Ethiopia.

Africa | Priest Asheten Mariam, Lalibela Ethiopia. | ©Hector Conesa.  #roadswelltraveled

Ethiopia Coptic Christians LALIBELA, ETHIOPIA - AUGUST Priest Asheten Mariam, Lalibela's churches carved into the rock were declared World Heritage Site in August in Lalibela, Ethiopia.

Ethiopia. Abuna Aron, Monks read the Bible at noon, when the sunlight shines through the hole in the roof of this church carved out of rock.

Abuna Aron, Ethiopia Monks read the Bible at noon, when the sunlight shines through the hole in the roof of this church carved out of rock. Click through for the rest of the photo series by Fernando Moleres.

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