Question: Why is Ethiopia so special?

It has the largest population of any landlocked country in the world. With mountains over 4,500 meters high, Ethiopia is the roof of Africa. The source of the Nile with its gigantic waterfalls is also located here. As a travel destination, Ethiopia is different in many ways from its African neighbors.

How is Ethiopia different from the rest of Africa?

Ethiopia is the oldest independent countries in Africa. Unlike other African countries, Ethiopia remained independent until 1935, when Italy under Benito Mussolini invaded the country but only for a brief stint. The country had been governed by monarchies.

Why do you love Ethiopia?

1. People. The people of Ethiopia are warm, welcoming and proud to show you their beautiful country. The country is also home to more than 80 different ethnic groups who live unique and fascinating lives in some of the remotest parts of the country.

What are 3 Interesting Facts About Ethiopia?

7 Interesting Facts About EthiopiaEthiopias calendar will surprise you. It has the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites on the continent. Over 80 languages are spoken in Ethiopia. Over half of Africas mountains are in Ethiopia. The first African to win an Olympic gold medal was Ethiopian. Ethiopia is Africas oldest country.More items

What is the best place to live in Ethiopia?

according to my opinion the best city to live in Ethiopia is Either Awassa or Bahirdar, with the weather, the beautiful lakes and moderate living cost you will surly enjoy living there but there might not be as much job opportunity as you desire.

Is Ethiopia a good place to live?

Ethiopia is not without risk, but that doesnt mean its not safe to live here. Many expats move to Ethiopia for the beautiful scenery, friendly people, and diverse culture. The cost of living is low. Asides from that, Ethiopia is an entirely safe place to live.

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