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Addis Ababa is the exciting, captivating, enthralling, and cultural capital city of Ethiopia. Steeped in history and with a friendly population, a trip to Addis Ababa is full of surprises, education, and joy.
Some of the main city sights include Africa Hall, the Parliament Building, Medhane Alem, which is the second biggest cathedral in Africa, the Trinity Orthodox Cathedral, Addis Ababa University, and several delightful palaces. There are also several statues and monuments around the city, including a moving rememberance monument in honour of thousands of Ethiopians killed by fascist Italian forces.
Take a trip up the Entoto Mountains, enjoy the fabulous views, and visit the small palace of Menelik II and the old churches of St Ragual and St Mary.
The Ethiopian Museum contains many ancient and fascinating items. It also displays a lot of art work, including traditional and modern pieces. The Addis Ababa Museum contains many exhibits from the local area. The Red Terror Museum provides insight into the Derg regime that led to the brutal famine and starvation of a nation in the 1990s.
At Shiro Meda you can enjoy the lively atmosphere of the open air market, peruse a variety of items, and pick up some excellent hand made souvenirs. Other places for shopping include Edna Mall, Shiromeda Market, and the Getu Commercial Centre.
Ethiopian traditional cuisine is very tasty, and you should definitely try the national dish of Injera. The national drink is brewed using honey. There are many good places to sleep in the city.
A major gateway to the city is Bole International Airport. It operates flights across the country, to other African cities, and a number of places in Europe, Asia, and the USA. The majority of the roads are in decent condition, and buses connect the capital to almost all major locations in the country. Within the city you can hop on a minibus, take a taxi, and walk around the main city areas.
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