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... cardamom, chilli, paprika, aniseed, Danikil salt and frankincense of different stages of production and coffee including the leaves, husks, shelled, unshelled. Al materials are recycled. For instance the oil drums are now cut down and shaped into cooking burners. This world heritage site, was awarded the world Peace Prize for setting up a peaceful community living precinct where different tribal and religious groups live in harmony. It is ...
... Patron Saint who guards over homes and churches.
This is celebrated on 19 December Ethiopian calendar (28 Dec Gregorian calendar). Orthodox Tewahedo ...
Awash > Harar
We had aimed to get to Harar at 11 am, 300 kms away as this would give ...
... the end of a short stick. Most held one end of the stick in their mouth.
Remembering that there are no fences here, these animals are wild. While they are wild, I saw them more of Yusuf own pet tame dogs as he was calling them by name. At first, he fed them with his hands, then he puts the meat on a stick which he puts in his mouth. There is even a picture of him ...
... his photos are priceless documents of life in the city more than a hundred years ago.
In front is a women’s association where they were selling their basket weaving and other items.