Ethiopia: 10 Interesting Facts About Ethiopia (That You Didn't Know !!)

10 Interesting Facts About Ethiopia And Ethiopians. In this video, we'll present the 10 Interesting Facts About Ethiopia And Ethiopians. Ethiopia is an ancient country whose unique cultural heritage, rich history, and remarkable biodiversity attract many, and makes it one of the most beautiful countries in Africa.
Compelling antiquities, beautiful Mountains, the spectacular volcanic landscapes, and a wealth of mammals and birds found nowhere else in the world, there is plenty to see in this East African nation.
Ethiopia, An East African country, Ethiopia shares borders with Eritrea and Djibouti to the north, Somalia to the east, Kenya to the south, South Sudan to the west, and Sudan to the northwest.
With a population of over 110 million people, Ethiopia is the second-most populous nation in Africa after Nigeria, and the most populous nation in East Africa. Its capital Addis Ababa is one of the most important cities in Africa, and it is considered as Africa’s political capital due to the presence of many African organizations in the city.
A multicultural society, Ethiopia is home to over 80 ethnic groups with different cultures, traditions and of Corse rich history. There many interesting facts about Ethiopia “the land of origins”, And in this video, we are going to look at the 10 Most Interesting Facts About Ethiopia.

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00:00 Short Intro About Ethiopia.
00:17 Ethiopia Tourist Attractions.
00:29 Ethiopia Geographic Location.
00:43 Ethiopia Population.
01:31 The Only Country In Africa That Successful Defeated Colonialism.
02:16 One Of The Oldest Nations In The World.
03:08 Ethiopia Is Synonymous With Coffee.
03:12 The Discovery Of Coffee In Ethiopia.
03:43 One Of The Oldest Christian Nations In The World.
04:53 Home To One Of The Most Beautiful Women In Africa.
05:52 The Cradle Of Human Kind.
06:48 Ethiopia Uses A Unique Calendar.
07:03 Ethiopia Calendar explained.
07:19 How To Tell Time In Ethiopia
07:41 The Richest Country In Africa In Terms Of Livestock.
08:17 The Number Of Cattle In Ethiopia
08:37 Ethiopia, “The Symbol Of Africa Sovereignty And Pride”.
09:14 Home Of The Ark Of The Covenant.

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