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Ras Tafari: The Majesty and The Movement Exhibition

Ras Tafari: The Majesty and The Movement Exhibition

  Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - With the idea of celebrating the ancestors and glorifying their work, there will be an exhibition entitled Ras Tafari; The Majesty and the Movement Exhibition from… Read more »

The monastery at Debre Damo: history the origin of Ethiopian self-confidence

The monastery at Debre Damo: history the origin of Ethiopian self-confidence

No wonder the monastery at Debre Damo has survived unmolested for some 900 years among the vast Tigrayan Mountains of Northern Ethiopia. Getting to it is arduous – the last… Read more »

Ethiopia, EU launch joint project to promote nation’s culture

Ethiopia, EU launch joint project to promote nation’s culture

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia- It has been said and it is still being said that Ethiopia is a country of unique characteristics of her own. Her uniqueness is of course related… Read more »

Deeper into Atse Fasiledes Castle

Deeper into Atse Fasiledes Castle

In the month of January, 2014 crew of ranking officials drawn from Ministry of Tourism and Culture(MoTC), House of Federation, senior officials of various associations and reknowned public figures paid… Read more »

Garry Jost Digitizes Ethiopian Manuscripts

Garry Jost Digitizes Ethiopian Manuscripts

Dr. Garry Jost, religious studies faculty, joined colleagues from Portland and Texas to digitize Ethiopian manuscripts of the Old Testament while attending the EMML @ 40: The Life and Legacy of the… Read more »

The Great Yeha Temple to be renovated

The Great Yeha Temple to be renovated

The Great Yeha Temple built around 8th century B.C. is to be renovated in cooperation of Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage of Ethiopia, Tigray Culture and Tourism… Read more »

How Ethiopian scientist unearthed ‘world’s oldest child’

How Ethiopian scientist unearthed ‘world’s oldest child’

(CNN) — It was another December afternoon back in 2000, spent like hundreds of others combing the rocky hills of the Dikika region, when Ethiopian scientist Zeray Alemseged heard one of… Read more »

Time for Begena

Time for Begena

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – This time around during the lent season, while traveling in mini-bus taxis, having coffee at a café, or wandering around the churches one can hear the… Read more »

Heritage Project Announced for Religious Ethiopian Site

Heritage Project Announced for Religious Ethiopian Site

The Ethiopian Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage (ARCCH) has announced a new heritage project for a region of northern Ethiopia in an attempt to preserve a sacred pilgrimage site…. Read more »

Ethiopians find common ground with coffee

Ethiopians find common ground with coffee

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – Described by many experts as the birthplace of coffee, Ethiopians are hopeful that one of their ancient traditions can help bring the country together even as… Read more »

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