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Lalibela World Heritage to be repaired

Addis Ababa October 02/2014 Maintenance work on one of the rock-hewn churches of Lalibela, a world heritage will be commenced this October with 670,000 USD, the Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage. The maintenance is part ... EthiopianNewsAgency, 1 month ago

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Tempe's Cafe Lalibela offers Ethiopian flavors

A vegetable combination plate of Gomen, top, green salad, right, Misr Wat, lower right,Tikil Gomen, bottom, and Fosolia, left. All are Ethiopian specialties from Cafe Lalibela in Tempe. (Photo: John Samora/The Republic) If you're happiest when you ...
 AZCentral.com1 month ago

Restaurant review: Lalibela serves inexpensive but terrific Ethiopian fare in a relaxed tavern setting

A dogged commitment to convention is best left to people who lack imagination. That's not you is it? If not — and youre up for a little adventure — how about dining in a restaurant that's a bit different? Im talking about a place where dishes ...
 Columbus Alive1 month ago

Greeting with meaning in Ethiopia (The West Australian)

, 4:34 am Share Priest at the rock hewn churches of Lalibela, Ethiopia. Picture: Stephen Scourfield Two men are sitting near me, sipping small cups of smooth, black Ethiopian coffee, in this country where coffee originally grew, and where it ...
 West Australian1 month ago
Millennium Post

Ethiopia - Land of Contrasts

Ethiopia is a place where one can find the highest and most stunning places on the African continent, such as the rugged and jaggedly carved Simien Mountains, one of UNESCO's world heritage sites, to the depths of the Danakil Depression, at 120 ...
 Millennium Post2 days ago Ethiopia fights for tourism dollar  IOL1 week ago Ethiopia touts ancient churches in tourism drive  Trade Arabia3 weeks ago Ethiopia touts ancient churches, dramatic landscape in tourism drive  Hospitality Times3 weeks ago
Climate and Development Knowledge Network

OPINION: Ethiopian climate change response improves, but challenges remain

Ethiopia has an estimated 70 million smallholder farmers, many of whom only grow sufficient amounts of crops like grain and coffee to support their families like those in Lalibela, Amhara Region. Climate change will inevitably have an impact on ...
 Climate and Development Knowledge Network2 days ago Ethiopia Moves in Right Direction with Climate Change Response But Challenges Remain  Inter Press Service1 month ago

The Top 5 Countries to Visit in December

With the cold, dark evenings and rain setting in, it's the perfect time to escape the British winter and spend the festive season somewhere a little more exotic and probably warmer. From the warm, tranquil shores of southern India to the joyous New ...
 Epoch Times6 days ago

Ethiopia: For the Love of the Game

By Mark Jenkin "Most Ethiopians love football," says Dr Tesfaye Haileselassie. "It's the greatest of sports." Tesfaye is in good company at Addis Ababa Stadium on Sunday, cheering for Arba Minch in their Ethiopian Premier League clash against ...
 AllAfrica.com1 week ago

Traveling Troubadour: Mulatu Astatke

Riffing with Ethiopia 's jazz master in the 1970s, Ethiopian musician Mulatu Astatke made waves when he introduced a new style of music that layered jazz improvisation with Ethiopian folk rhythms and its traditional five-note scale. Now in his early ...
 National Geographic1 week ago The World Looking At Eritrea And Ethiopia  Awate1 week ago Ethiopian Airlines launches Ethiopian Holidays  TravelDailyNews.com2 weeks ago Ethiopia: Mexico to Offer Scholarships to Ethiopian Filmmakers  AllAfrica.com3 weeks ago

Desalination plant, an opportunity for learning or an event to shrug off?

By E. Ablorh-Odjidja For us in Ghana, technology has so far been a trend, like that worn for fashion. The newer the better, especially if it is an import. So here comes a desalination plant for a country that does not lack fresh water ...
 Ghanaian Chronicle2 weeks ago
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