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Historic monuments
Ethiopia has a wealth of pre-Christian and Christian historic monuments. Ethiopia’s historic sites are the most extensive out of the whole Sub-Saharan Africa. 

Axum: is believed to be shelter to the “Ark of the Covenant” and pre-Christian monolithic rock monuments.
Lalibella: The amazing rock hewn churches were created by King/Saint Lalibella are locally considered as the second Jerusalem. 
Gondar: Ethiopia's capital from the middle-ages contains 13 medieval European type castles and beautifully illuminated churches. 
Bahir Dar: where Lake Tana is located, is the source of the Blue Nile and contains many historic churches and icons dating back 1000 years.
Harar: the wall of Harar (Jegol) is registered by UNICECO as world heritage.