Message from artist Fekadu T/Maryam friends
Ethiopia appears world separated. Its land segregation – roosted on a monstrous level of prolific good countries encompassed by unfriendly desert and marsh overwhelm – has guaranteed the advancement of a one of a kind culture, very not quite the same as anything somewhere else in Africa. This culture and the nation's astounding world legacy landmarks are - to the uninitiated - Africa's most noteworthy astonishment. This is where awesome civilizations thrived, heads ruled and wonderful structures and landmarks were built.
Four altogether different spots are considered here, every one declaration to a specific stage in Ethiopian history crossing over 2,000 years. The soonest is the town of Aksum in the furthest north of the nation, home of wavering 30-meter high stelae, some of which still puncture the sky, while others lie broken into huge lumps of shake where they fell. These and different landmarks at Aksum take the stand concerning one of the considerable civilizations of the old world, the Aksumite Kingdom, which climbed not long after 400 BC at a vital business intersection between Egypt, the goldfields of Sudan, and the Red Sea.