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This resturant is amazing great food great place we loved it the food taste yummmmmy smells good too , me and my kids are very picky but this time they loved everything food for four people with 3 starter dishes and 1 kids meal 3...More
These tombs are situated away from the hustle and bustle of the town. It is important to have a good guide(book) to help you here to explain what it is that you see. You will see a lot of stones and rubble, but the tombs...More
Worth a visit to see the breadth of excellent stone work of what must have been a highly developed civilization. A short drive from the center of town, but you can imagine what must have been there if you can envision the palace that was...More
If you've been to Machu Pichu in Peru (15th century), you'll recognise the sophistication of the building techniques used in these tombs, yet these are said to date from the 6th century, and were built one for King Kaleb, and one for his son. The...More
You will need a guide with experience of the antiquity of these 2 tombs to appreciate the work that has gone into them and they are still working working on the digs.
There is also a wonderful view from the top of the surrounding countryside
You definitely need a guide here as there is no visitor information on hand. This site dates back to the 6th Century and has a great view of the mountains of Adwa in the distance. Above ground, a sort of raised courtyard combines the two...More
An experience not to be misses when traveling to Ethiopia. For a full and true understanding of the importance of this experience it is paramount that one employs the services of good guide, hopefully one with archaeological experience, to explain just where Axum, the Axumite...More
History. Guide Haile Demewoz made it come alive. Look. It's all about the joints of the stone. They fit exact. Truly amazing. The period of time these were chiseled and laid is astounding. Don't miss it! Put AXUM in your tour. I flew into Addis...More