Ethiopia

Ethiopia has often been called the original home of mankind due to various humanoid fossil discoveries like the Australopithecine Lucy.   [10] North eastern Africa, and the Afar region in particular was the central focus of these    claims until recent DNA evidence suggested origins in south central Ethiopian regions like present-day Addis Ababa.[11][12] After analyzing the DNA of almost 1,000 people around the world, geneticists and other scientists claimed people spread from what is now Addis Ababa 100,000 years ago.[13][14] The research indicated that genetic diversity increases steadily the farther one's ancestors traveled from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.[15][16]

Why to Visit Ethiopia?

  • Axum- A legendary seat of the Ark of the Covenant ,ancient Historical City

  • Lalibela-  Unique churches, excavated  underground rocks

  • Gondar – Fasilides Castle, founded by Emperor Fasilides

  • Bahir Dar and Lake Tana , Blue Nile waterfalls – Monasteries on lake Tana and amazing waterfalls of Blue Nile nearby Bahir Dar

  • Addis Ababa – a seat of many world diplomats and historical and cultural site

  • Harar - a walled Islamic city in eastern Ethiopia

  • Untouched Culture - Omo Valley-   indigenous tribes – Hamar, Mursi , Surma and many others

  • Danakil Depression-  and Erta Alle volcano  and Afar People in the Great Rift Valley

  • Simien Mountains- the rooftop of Africa and Galada Baboons

  • Rock Churches of Tigray-  Geralta Clustered Churches 

  • Bale Mountains-  for  trekking; endemic wildlife and Birds

  • Ethiopians’ lifestyle:  a tiny grain,  Teff- on which  injera,dayly bread for all Ethiopians,  timkat, shoulder-dancing, azmaris, coffee, tej, hospitality, Rift Valley, gursha, kitfo, new friends . . . 

Ethiopia

Ethiopia has often been called the original home of mankind due to various humanoid fossil discoveries like the Australopithecine Lucy.   [10] North eastern Africa, and the Afar region in particular was the central focus of these    claims until recent DNA evidence suggested origins in south central Ethiopian regions like present-day Addis Ababa.[11][12] After analyzing the DNA of almost 1,000 people around the world, geneticists and other scientists claimed people spread from what is now Addis Ababa 100,000 years ago.[13][14] The research indicated that genetic diversity increases steadily the farther one's ancestors traveled from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.[15][16]

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