Hell on Earth.Dallol explosion crater in the Danakil Depression, northeast of the Erta Ale Range in Ethiopia. It was formed during a phreatic eruption in 1926 and is made up of acid ponds (pH-values around iron oxide, sulfur and salt desert plains.
Perhaps the most accurate, living representation of hell we've ever seen, flames lick up, fueled by escaping natural gas at the Darvaza gas crater. <br /><br />We spent a remarkably peaceful night camping at the crater's edge.
The remarkable century churches at Lalibela and the rock-cut churches of the Eastern Tigray region and Axum, where Ethiopia’s rich history stretches back nearly 3000 years, with famous legends of the Queen of Sheba and the lost Arc of the Covenant.