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Tigray is recognized as the cradle of the ancient Ethiopian civilization. The Yeha temple and the Axumite monolithic steleas testify to this. Numerous archeological sites underline the long history of the region, where the first Christian state in the world was established in the fourth century. Thus the old churches of Tigray are the testimony to this history.
The rock-hewn churches are a landmark achievement of church building in Ethiopia. Lalibela being the most famous, but so many others to be found in Tigray. Abreha Atsbeha is one of the outstanding rock hewn churches, found beautifully situated between Wukro and Hawzien. The spacious high barrel-shaped ceiling contains various artful ancient works of art.
- 13th Debre Libanos Monastery
- 17th Portuguese bridge
- Lake Tana and its monasteries
- Guzara (Susenoys) Castle
- Debre Damo Monastery
- Rock-hewn churches of Lalibela
- Ankober and Menilik II palace
- Gondar and its Medieval period
- Axum and its ancient civilizations
- Rock-hewn churches of Tigray
- Temple of Yeha
- Al-Nejashi (Nejash)
With more than six years of experience in planning and operating tours in Ethiopia we are also offer a tailor-made private travel itineraries that recognize your interest and travel dates.
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