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A fascinating museum with exhibits relating to the history and culture of Ethiopia.
A fascinating museum with exhibits relating to the history and culture of Ethiopia. There are many displays of the various ethnic groups found in Ethiopia with information about each of their lifestyles. A large amount of ethnic outfits, instruments, tools, and other artifacts accompany each ethnic exhibit, making it one of the most interesting museums in the city!
Kechene, Addis Ababa University Sidist Kilo Campus, Yekatit 12 Square, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
+251 11 123 9739
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