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Ethiopia Once called Abyssinia, is the only African country that escaped colonial rule. It has a recorded history of over 3000 years and far earlier than that we find proof that 'Lucy' or Dinknesh, the oldest hominid, whose remains were found in Ethiopia's Great Rift Valley, lived here. Dinknesh, from which our company takes its name, literally means 'you are wonderful'. In addition, there are nine world heritage sites, one of which is known as the eighth wonder of the world, representing nature, architecture, archaeology, prehistory, art, culture and much more. Furthermore, Ethiopia’s tremendous variety of topographical, ecological and cultural diversity makes it stand above most travel destinations in the world. Ethiopia Offers The Following Tours Historical Route A. Axum: Where the ancient architecture of Ethiopia reached its grandest forms. Axum is the cradle of Ethiopia’s early civilization, and it is the home of the original Ark of the Covenant that makes Axum center of Christian faith. Aksum is considered as the holiest land in Ethiopia. B. Lalibela: Is famed for its rock-hewn churches of the 12 Century which cannot be found in any other part of the world. There are 11 churches excavated in the red volcanic tuff where several of them are monoliths or three-quarter monoliths which is unique to Ethiopia. The eleven churches differ widely from each other, yet all have certain typical features in common, they comprise together a magnificent architectural assemblage. C. Gondar: The Ethiopian Imperial City and which is also called Africa Camelot. Gondar became the capital of Ethiopia during the reign of Emperor Fassiledes (1632-1667) and stays as a capital for almost 200 years. Still standing castles, palaces and Debre- birhan Selassie Church are certainly beautiful sites in Gondar. D. Bahirdar: Lake Side Town, known for two main attractions. The Blue Nile Falls and Lake Tana, the largest water body which has got thirty seven islands, twenty of these islands shelter churches and monasteries decorated with beautiful paintings. E. Harar: Harar, the16th C walled city, is the spiritual heart of Ethiopia’s Islamic community and considered to be the fourth – holiest Muslim city in the world. It is resident to the Hyena man who bravely feeds wild Hyenas and the city is also famous for its colorful and Multi cultural market.