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Traditional Ethiopian food. I hated it!

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Spices - Addis Ababa Ethiopia. Travel junkies love this place

A spice market in Addis Ababa. Some of these will make berbere paste, used in Ethiopian cooking.

Dabre Damo Monastery, Ethiopia

A priest near Debre Damo Monastery, Ethiopia, Africa

#RootsEthiopia IGA, a woman selling Berbere in a market in Southern Ethiopia. #givingtuesday to sponsor! www.rootsethiopia.org

woman selling Berbere in a market in Southern Ethiopia.makes my mouth water just thinking about injera and wat!

The Axum Obelisk in Tigrai northern Ethiopia 24-metres (78-foot)weighing 160 tonnes curved from one solid granite stone. They are 2000 to 3000 years oldOver 474,000 tourists visited Ethiopia during the first nine months of the current Ethiopian fiscal year, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism said.  Public and International Relation Director with the Ministry, Aweke Tenaw told ENA that over 371.8 million US dollars revenue was secured from the visitors.

The Axum Obelisk in Tigrai northern Ethiopia weighing 160 tonnes curved from one solid granite stone. They are 2000 to 3000 years old

Ethiopia --  Preparing "Tibs" and "Kitfo" in yummy way

Ethiopia Preparing "Tibs" and "Kitfo" in yummy way

アフリカ縦断鉄道の中にあった確かな日常 旅の形、国の形(タンザニア・タンザン鉄道) | JBpress(日本ビジネスプレス)

アフリカ縦断鉄道の中にあった確かな日常 旅の形、国の形(タンザニア・タンザン鉄道) | JBpress(日本ビジネスプレス)

When teff is done being processed for food, this remains and is used to make area homes in #Ethiopia

When teff is done being processed for food, this remains and is used to make area homes in

Bati: "For more than two centuries, Bati has hosted Ethiopia's largest cattle and camel markets, which attracts up to 20,000 people every Monday, and is well worth the minor diversion should you pass through at the right time." www.bradtguides.com

For more than two centuries, Bati has hosted Ethiopia's largest cattle and camel markets, which attracts up to people every Monday.

Market, Jinka, Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia. Photo: Jane Sweeney

Market, Jinka, Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia. Photo: Jane Sweeney

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