HISTORIC MONUMENTS VISIT IN ADDIS

Visit Meyazia 27 Square (Arat Kilo) monument at the heart of the Square commemorates the victory over the Italian invaders and the struggle that preceded it. Proceed to Yekatit 12 Martyrs Square (Sidist Kilo), the monument is in the form of a white obelisk with black bas reliefs of scenes Imperial funeral accorded to the remains of the victims in the presence of the Emperor following the liberation around it. A Lion of Judah also decorates the face of the obelisk. Then visit golden colored statue of the Lion of Judah in its complete glory stands on a black granite pedestal which is decorated with relief portraits of Emperors Menelik II and Haile Selassie I, and Empress Zewditu, as well as Ras Makonnen. After Lunch break visit Abune Petros Square with its imposing Statue. Abune Peteros, is the Ethiopian Orthodox Bishop of Wello who was executed by the Italians at the edge of this very square. Finally drive to Tewodros Square, named after emperor Tewodros II. He reigned in Ethiopia in the 19th century. There is an ancient cannon in the middle of the square that stands there as a monument to this emperor, as he wanted to build an armaments industry in the country. This cannon was made by Europeans in Ethiopia and was called Sebastopol. The original cannon lies somewhere in Ethiopia and this one, a replica of it, is made from bronze. Later you will be transferred to your staying place. End of our service.

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Welcome to Ethiopia- an ancient wonderland with rich cultural traditions, architectural remains, natural beauty and enormously hospitable people. Ethiopia has a history of over 3,000 years, which has been preserved in a remarkable manner. Only in Ethiopia will you find yourself dramatically transported back in time through the participation in sacred rituals of an archaic faith.

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