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Ethiopia By Zhingoora Books
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The General Knowledge book series, are designed for specific country, are one of the most admired book for the improvement and learning purpose.This book contains information about... More > Background,Geography,Natural resources,Land use,Environment. Population,Sex ratio,flag of the county,Area,Border countries,Maritime claims,Elevation extremes,Land use,Natural hazards,Volcanism,Age structure,Median age,Net migration rate,Country comparison to the world,Religions,Languages,Literacy,School life expectancy ,Government,Time difference,Administrative divisions,Executive branch,Cabinet and almost everthing related with general knowledge.< Less
Ethiopia By Salvatore Gebbia
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Ethiopia & Omo river reportage
The Vampires Of Ethiopia By Teejay LeCapois
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My name is Ammanuel Tilahun, and I've got one hell of a story to share with you. I was born in 1298 A.D. in the City of Gondar, Ethiopia. In 1319, my father Adam Tilahun, a Knight of the Ethiopian... More > Orthodox Tewahedo Church, went out to fight the Vampires who invaded East Africa and returned as one of them. Papa turned me into a Vampire, and I've roamed the world as an Immortal blood drinker ever since. In 1987 in the City of Montreal, Quebec, I met college student and Haitian church leader Esther Polydor, and fell in love with her. I made her into a Vampire. The transformation changed Esther for the worst, and I had to stop her. Now, three decades later, Esther is back, and gunning for me and everyone I care about. An angry woman who absolutely cannot die, that's who I must now face. Heaven help me...< Less
Ethiopia Proposal By Daniel Wiens
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Design and Construction Proposal for a Prenatal Hospital in Bahir Dar Ethiopia
Ethiopia: A Country Profile By Library of Congress, Federal Research Division
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Capital: Addis Ababa. Major Cities: Addis Ababa, Dire Dawa, Nazret, Harer, Mekele, Jima, Dese, Bahir Dar, and Debre Zeyit (in order of decreasing size, 1994 census). Independence: Ethiopia celebrates... More > May 28 as its National Day, the date of the defeat of the military government (Derg) in 1991. Public Holidays: Ethiopians observe the following public holidays: Christmas (January 7, 2005*); Epiphany (January 19, 2005*); Feast of the Sacrifice/Eid al Adha (January 21, 2005*); Battle of Adowa (March 2, 2005); Birth of the Prophet/Mouloud (April 21, 2005*); Good Friday (April 29, 2005*); May Day (May 1, 2005); Easter Monday (May 2, 2005*); Patriots’ Victory Day (May 5, 2005); Downfall of the Derg (May 28, 2005); New Year’s Day (September 11, 2005*); Feast of the True Cross (September 27, 2005*); End of Ramadan/Eid al Fitr (November 4, 2005*). Asterisks indicate holidays with variable dates according to either the Islamic or Orthodox calendar.< Less
Travel Journal Ethiopia By E Locken
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Travel Journal Ethiopia - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Ethiopia, includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you record and... More > remember every aspect of your trip.< Less
Ethiopia 2012 Wall Calendar By worldtravelshop
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Ethiopia 2012 Wall Calendar
Ethiopia: The God Factor By Zelalem Eshete, Ph.D.
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This book makes a case for a paradigm shift in our thinking on the matter of Ethiopia. Instead of feeling powerless in our usual political saga, ethnic divide, and religious tensions, the book... More > motivates us to look deeper, rediscover our true identity, and arise to make change. The greater power of change is with the people.< Less
Dimitri Kyriazis, Photography of Ethiopia By I GREY
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Over the course of 1960-1990, Dimitri E. Kyriazis explored the land and people of Ethiopia through photography and poetry. Originally of Greek descent, Dimitri fared the journey to these foreign... More > lands and found himself documenting a significant moment in the history of Ethiopia, the end of an empire. Due to the highly historical nature of his work, a considerable amount of his photographs have been recently donated to the Smithsonian Museum. Dimitri was a collector of memories. He cherished them like “living jewels.” In his accounts, he writes: “I am no story teller with either the pen or the mouth, but I longed for many endless hours […] and attempted to put something in print, like some kind of therapy […] Being my own story teller for my own memories and experiences is all I wanted” (New Flower Stories i). The photographic approach was a “spiritual” quest. Dimitri was in search of the “elusive moment,” and the ability of the photographic medium to “freeze a moment of eternity.”< Less
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History of Ethiopia Magazine is a magazine researched and written by experts in the field of Ethiopian History. Our magazine offers articles on rising Ethiopian artists, cultural events,... More > archeological discoveries, Ethiopian museum exhibits home and abroad, educational material, book reviews and features. Every issue of History of Ethiopia Magazine appeals to both the committed student and those who are new to the great history of Ethiopia. One of our special features in every issue is our unique "Cooking with Hagossa series” which brings you “A taste of Ethiopian Cuisine”, with authentic Ethiopian recipes. Each issue also lists the books by Faheem Judah-El D.D. editor of History of Ethiopia Magazine. If you are interested in learning about the wonderful history and culture of Ethiopia, then "History of Ethiopia Magazine” is the publication for you. Ameseginalehugn / Yekanyeley Editor Faheem Judah-El D.D.< Less