Mursi women from an ethinc group in southern Ethipopia

Mursi women from an ethinc group in southern Ethipopia

Mursi women from an ethinc group in southern Ethipopia

Mursi women from an ethinc group in southern Ethipopia

Mursi women from an ethinc group in southern Ethipopia
practice the wearing of clay plates in the lowerlip .it is a
symbol of beauty in their tribe . Plates can reach 6 inches
in diameter(15centimeter ) and is a world record according
to the Guinness book of World records-2012

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Harar hyenas

Harar hyenas

Harar hyenas

Harar hyenas

After dusk outsie the Harar Walls, you can watch men
holding chunks of meat in their mounths and feed the wild
hyenas.

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Teff

Teff

Teff

Teff is believed to have originated in Ethiopia between 400
and 1000 BC. It was so revered 35 centuries ago that it was
placed in the pharaohs’ tombs in the pyramids as the final
food on their journey to the after life.
 Ingera is made from Teff the staple food of the
Ethiopians. Teff is an extremely versatile grain that is
highly nutritious, It is the world’s tiniest packs a lot of
nutrients, including Calcium , potassium and lron.

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The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Ethiopia has strated the construction of the biggest hydro-
power on the Blue Nile River that will produce 6,000 MW.
 It will cost 3.3 billion Euros and will take seven years to complete.
 This dam will create a lake twice the size of lake Tana.
 It will be the 10th largest dam in the world.
 It is named The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam .

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Major traditional musical instruments in Ethiopia

Major traditional musical instruments in Ethiopia

Major traditional musical instruments in Ethiopia

Major traditional musical instruments are the ‘Masinko’-one
stringed, the ‘kerar’-6 stringed. the 10 stringed ‘Begena’-
(harp) used for playing ecclesiastical music and the
‘Washint’(flute). pipes and horns.
 St. yared is considered Ethiopia’s father of music he
lived in Axum in the 6th century AD . He is the author
of cantatas, traditional education and various pieces of
religious literature that has been used by the Ethiopian
Orthodox Church for the past 1.500 years.

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