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So new Africa had turmoil in each country and all I really know about Ethiopia was people suffering from not proper foods. Walking though this free experience and getting an education of this insane event that isn’t classified as genocide is crazy.
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This free museum is just to the side of Meskel Square and allows a self-guided tour of the uprising and terror as hundreds of Ethiopians were killed by the communist regime. Pictures of the "most wanted" and the photos of the dead are on display....More
As a westerner, I knew little about this dark season in Ethiopia’s history. Our guide gave us a step-by-step of the entire museum. He was extremely knowledgeable and made it an unforgettable experience.
If you don’t know the history of genocide in Ethiopia, you will in a half hour visit to this small monument to those who were slaughtered after the fall of Haile Selassie. Our guide was knowledgable and gentle but persistent that we understand the whole...More
The museum itself is pretty good, although difficult to follow everything in English. But the stretch between the museum and the stadium/train station (to the west) is the worst area for pickpockets in the city. It's not even really subtle, just kids constantly grabbing at...More