Tourism

Negash Mosque

Negash, 10 km after Wukro, lies on a plateau commanding a magnificent view of the surrounding area. Negash got its name from the Tigrinya word (the local language) ” Negash or Negasi” meaning king....

King Ezana (Abreha)

Abreha, also known as King Ezana, was a fourth-century c.e. king who converted to Christianity and subsequently established this faith as the state religion in Axum (Aksum), part of modern-day Ethiopia. Scholars do not...

Debre Damo Monastery

Debre Damo is the name of a flat-topped mountain, or amba, and a 6th century monastery in northern Ethiopia. The mountain is steeply rising plateau of trapezoidal shape, about 1000 by 400 meters in...

The Monastery of Gunda Gundo

The Monastery of Gunda Gundo

Gunda Gundo is accessed from the town of Edagahamus, 100km after Mekelle. It has an area that lies between a sheer side cliff in the west and an escarpment that drops towards the Afar...