I Have NEVER Seen Traffic Like This. How Do They Do It??
driving, cars, traffic, chaos, intersection, addis ababa, ethiopia Meskel Square is truly chaotic. With multiple lanes of traffic and no traffic lights in sight, watch this video and wonder how there aren't more crashes.
The Amazing People of Omo Valley
A large number of ancient African tribes are still living in the Omo Valley region of Southern Ethiopia. Those tribes have been living near the Omo river for centuries.
33 Vibrant Portraits That Prove Beauty Is Everywhere
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Wow, I Never Knew This About Africa!
These are Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Ethiopia, Eritrea, South Sudan, Sudan and Egypt . The largest country in Africa is Algeria, with a landmass that covers more than 2.5 million square miles. Africa has more French speakers than does France.
It Took One Photographer 10 Years to Capture These Images
In the Blue of Harar (Ethiopia) By immersing himself deeply into the fabric and culture of every place he visited, he was able to gain insight into human nature, which he tries to transmit to us photographically. 5. Fushimi Inari Shrine (Japan) 6.
COFFEE QUIZ: Do You Love Coffee As Much As We Do?
Brazil, Ethiopia, Colombia, South Africa and Ivory Coast Colombia, Spain, India, Chad and Ethiopia Brazil, Colombia, Vietnam, Ethiopia and Indonesia Italy, Brazil, Uganda, Indonesia and Peru Is this statement TRUE or FALSE? The first people to widely brew and enjoy coffee were Arabia Sufi monks.
The Largest Ongoing Construction Projects in the World
From the O'Hare International Airport redevelopment in the United States to Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam, and many more, here are some of the world’s most remarkable megaprojects that are true engineering feats.
Let These Images Take You to the Magical Days of Childhood
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6 Striking Lesser-Known Ancient Ruins From Famous Places
There are also no known records related to its actual construction or purpose, which makes Borobudur a captivating ancient wonder. 6.Gondar, Ethiopia Often called the 'Camelot of Africa', the city of Gondar or Gonder is located in northern Ethiopia and was founded by Emperor Fasilides around 1635.
19 Unique & Traditional Ways of Life Around the World
Hamar – Ethiopia Hunters and gatherers, the Hamar live in the Omo Valley, located in the Great Rift Valley of Africa. They engage in trade with other local tribes, bartering beads, cloth, cattle and food.
Anyone Who Loves Earth Should Be Able to Ace This Quiz!
Ethiopia was briefly occupied by Italy in 1936, but was never officially colonized, unlike many other parts of Africa. Tanzania Botswana Ethiopia Which has a larger area, France or California? California is around 403,882 sq km, while France is around 643,801 sq km.
19 Hiking Spots You Have to Visit, #9 In Particular
Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia One of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites, Simien Mountains National Park is the home of several unique & endangered animals. It resides in the northern region of Ethiopia, and home of Ethiopia’s highest point. www.photosbymartin.com 7.
Children Are the World - Beautiful Photos
Photo: Yim Shui Kee Janet A boy from Southern Ethiopia. Photo: Eric Lafforgue Children relaxing in a local pond in India. Photo: Nimai Ghosh Submitted by user: Tina J.
These Hot Springs and Geysers Are the World's Most Furious!
Dallol Ethiopia Ethiopia is home to an alien-like landscape called the Danakil Depression, and Dallol is a volcanic explosion crater that was formed within it. Numerous other craters can be found in the surrounding area, but Dallol was created by a volcanic eruption back in 1926.
20 Heartfelt Moments Depicting the Human Race
11) Vietnamese Rice Farmer from a Small Village 12) A Young Ethiopian Boy from the Suri Tribe 13) An IDF Soldier Taking a Break After a Run 14) A Family Gathers for Tea in the Yamal Peninsula 15) Blind Albino Boys at a Mission School in West Bengal 16) A Beautiful Young Girl from the Hamer Tribe in Ethiopia
The World is Different to the Eye in the Sky...
The 'Overview Effect' explained: Port Newark-Elizabeth Marine Terminal, Newark, New Jersey, USA Boca Raton, Florida, USA Venture Out RV Resort, Mesa, Arizona, USA Port of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA (containers) Puente de Vallecas, Madrid, Spain Agricultural Development, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Rare Photos: What Our Forefathers Might Have Looked Like.
A reconstruction from the famous remains of an Australopithicus Afarensis found in Ethiopia, Lucy. Australopithecus afarensis - A hominid that lived between 3.9 and 2.9 million years ago. Homo Habilis - Thought to have been masters the Lower Paleolithic Olduwan tool set, which used stone flakes.
These Photos Appear To Have Been Taken In Another World...
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These Tourist Destinations Are Beautiful, But Deadly!
Afar Depression, Ethiopia Erta Ale Volcano, in the Afar Region of Ethiopia, is one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world. This region is constantly shaken by small earthquakes, forming numerous deep chasms. These earthquakes occur because Erta Ale contains two lava lakes at its summit.
6 Ancient Kingdoms You Were Never Taught in History Lessons
The land stretched out to the Nile River and the Red Sea and occupied territories today belonging to Ethiopia and Eritrea. At its greatest, the kingdom occupied a portion of the neighboring Arabian Peninsula. Aksum was a powerful trading kingdom between the 1st and 8th centuries.
The Incredible Sights You Won't See Every Day...
Ethiopia’s lava lake Erta Ale, an active volcano. 6. A human tongue, zoomed in microscopically. 7. A Japanese soldier’s watch that stopped at 8:15, 6 August 1945, when Hiroshima was dropped. 8. Nordlingen, a millennia-old town in Bavaria, Germany that is built on a 14 million year old crater. 9.
The Map of the World Looked Very Different 100 Years Ago
Abyssinia Abyssinia was the Arab and European name for Ethiopia a century ago. At the end of the 19th century, Italy had tried to snatch up Abyssinia for itself, but it was unable to overthrow its monarchy. However, in the late 1930s, under Mussolini, they were able to occupy it briefly.
10 Rare Animal Species Found in Only One Location
Gelada - Ethiopia This particular monkey species, the Gelada, Theropithecus gelada , is endemic to the highlands of Ethiopia, where it can be found sitting in fields chewing on grass.
Man-Made Structures that Left Me Amazed!
Bet Giyorgis Church in Lalibela, Ethiopia The Church of St. George (Amharic: Bete Giyorgis) is one of eleven monolithic churches in Lalibela, a city in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia.