Built in 1896 to commemorate Ethiopia's victory over the Italians.
Built in 1896 to commemorate Ethiopia's victory over the Italians. The cathedral is a circular building that does not look very impressive when you approach it. The Cathedral houses a small museum and close to it you will likely meet one of the archdeacons of the Cathedral. If he offers to be a guide, take his offer and visit the Cathedral with him. The interior is beautifully decorated with huge paintings and mosaics, and will make the trip worthwhile. It is worth visiting the museum with a guide as well to see ceremonial clothes and ancient manuscripts.
Piazza, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
The Hager Fikir Theatre is the oldest indigenous theatre in Africa, hosting plays and musical performances
Although the museum is unknown to most, the Ethiopian National Museum is a world-class museum; truly a hidden gem! The most famous exhibit is the replica of Lucy, an early hominid, but the museum offers much more
Very interesting place to visit and it is one among the many old churches found in Addis Ababa
In the Mercato district, which happens to be the largest market in Africa
A fascinating museum with exhibits relating to the history and culture of Ethiopia
The Ethiopian National Postal Museum displays a small but good collection of Ethiopian stamps