It is an area that extends around the village of Hadar in northeastern Ethiopia. Fossil human bones of Australopithecus afarensis Lucy was discovered here in 1974 by a Franco-American research team. Australopithecus afarensis is the oldest human being, approximately 3 million years ago, and is a valuable clue to studying the origin of humanity. Registered in
It was built in the 16th century by Nur Ibn Mujahid, the chief of the halal. It is well known as «J Obligationol» in the local language. In the period when this obligation J was working, he was allowed to enter and exit the 5 doors installed on the wall. This magnificent structure remains today a symbol of the city.
A city that prospered as the capital of Ethiopia in the 17th and 18th centuries, it is also known as the «Camerlot» in Africa. In Gondar, there is a group of royal palaces where Emperor Fasilidas and his successors lived, and on the 900 m high wall, there is a European-style castle called «Castle of Wonder». Other examples are the palace of Las Beit, built in the eighteenth century, the baths of Emperor Fasilidas in the collapsed palace of Cuscum, and the church of Debres-Berjar-Serache with 80 angels drawn from corner to corner of the ceiling.
Gondal, the capital of Solomon, was registered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979 as «Fazil Gevi of the Gondar region».
It is a natural park in northern Ethiopia, with 3000 meters of mountains. Ras Daschen (4620 meters above sea level), considered the highest mountain in Ethiopia, is located next to the National Park. The length of the fault that extends widely to the north and east is about 60 kilometers. In addition, the surrounding plateau is divided into a deep canyon of 1000 meters, and takes more than two days to cross a valley.
This area is home to the ethiopian endemic Walia Ibex, Semi-en Red Wolf, Gerada Baboon, Hamaduras Baboon, Krips Klinger, Bush Bach, etc. If you look at the top, Lamargeyer who dances in the sky, Ougar Condor. There are also figures such as Bell Swallow, and Kestrel (Hayabusa). Semien National Park was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1978.
It is Ethiopia’s largest wildlife conservation park, adjacent to the Omo River, which flows into Lake Tarkana in southwestern Ethiopia. It covers a total area of 4068 square kilometers and is home to wildlife such as large antelopes, Oryx, Zebra Burchel, Lerwell Reiyo, buffalo, African Lightning, Kudu and others, antelopes and buffaloes, giraffes, elephants, lions The appearance of Cheetah is a wild kingdom that travels freely through the forest.
In addition, hot spring pipes. This area, which extends to the lower Omo River, was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1980.