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This beautiful young lady is from Tigrai State northern Ethiopia. She is wearing traditional handmade cotton dress. The hair style is exclusive to the women of Tigrai. Jewelry usually is 18, 21, or 24 carat gold, the young lady on the photo is wearing sliver which is not that common. Make up is not very common in Tigrai women but women who live in cities and urban centers might use some lip gloss, eye shadow and an occasional nail polish. Tigrai is known us the land of the Beautiful.
A beautiful young lady from Tigrai, northern Ethiopia. She is wearing a traditional handmade cotton dress. The hair style is exclusive to the women of Tigrai. #photography #people #face #culture
Oromo athlete, Mamo Walde Dagaga 1931-2002. Mexico (1968) Olympic marathon Gold and 10k race medalist. Mamo Wolde Dagaga was born in the village of Dirre Jille in Ad’a district about 60 Km from Finfinee from his parents Obbo Wolde Dagaga and Aadde Ganame Gobena. [embed]http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYlrOjQH9yk[/embed] [embed]http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnm-PNi_4TA[/embed] oromiaeconomist.w...
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Oromo athlete, Mamo Walde Dagaga 1968 Mexico Olympic marathon Gold and 10 km Silver medalist. Mamo Wolde Dagaga
Ethiopian Goddess Africa
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African princess...stylish head chain
Eritrea natural hair
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gorgeous ethiopian dress.
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Ethiopian Yellow Dress
This dress is a very modern look that follows the ethiopian design, but traidionally, most clothes ethiopian women wear white, not bright colors.
gorgeous ethiopian dress. YELLOW ruth YELLOW
in Wosene Kosrof's Wordplay paintings, the calligraphic forms of Amharic are broken apart, abstracted, and reconfigured to create a new visual language that draws upon the artist’s Ethiopian heritage while incorporating his experiences as an expatriate living in the United States.
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Wosene Worke Kosrof (inspiration for text in art piece)
Would love to see an NYC art show
colour of words by wosene kosrof, via art propelled
~Wosene Worke Kosrof #handlettering #art #design
Ethiopian Alphabet Art by Wosene Worke Kosrof
Art Propelled: September 2009
Cultural Habesha dress, Ehiopian and Eritrean wear this on holidays and when they go to church www.ethiopianclot...
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East African Dress by Fikirte Addis.
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traditional ethiopian women | African Fashion Week NY – featured designer Fikirte Addis, Yefikir ... if the top was different i would totally rock this
I used to be soooooo embarrassed to wear Ethiopian clothing when I was a kid! Although it was not as high fashion as this! Work!
Beautiful Ethiopian dress by Yefikir Design.. My second wedding dress!!!
"Fernweh" is a German words and there is no English translation for it. It is basically the opposite of homesickness (Heimweh): when you feel like you have to leave your familiar surroundings to discover new places. It is the need for distance, the wish to experience something far away from home, the urge to escape from your everyday life by travelling
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I look forward to new adventures every year...
Ich habe "Fernweh" (n): An ache for distant places, a craving to travel. German quote.
There is no direct translation for this German word "fernweh". It basically means the opposite of homesickness, a feeing that you have to leave your familiar surroundings and discover new places; the need for distance or the wish to experience something far away from home. The urge to escape from your everyday life by traveling. #words
There is no direct translation for this German word "fernweh". It basically means the opposite of homesickness, a feeing that you have to leave your familiar surroundings and discover new places; the need for distance or the wish to experience something far away from home. The urge to escape from your everyday life by traveling. #Travel #quotes
Healing Scroll Date: 18th–19th century. Parchment, ink, pigments, cotton. In Ethiopia customized protective scrolls that interweave sacred imagery with textual prayers have been prescribed by traditional healers for over two thousand years. Often the customized content of a scroll is astrologically determined. www.37thstateonli...
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Healing Scroll Date: 18th–19th century. Parchment, ink, pigments, cotton. In Ethiopia customized protective scrolls that interweave sacred imagery with textual prayers have been prescribed by traditional healers for over two thousand years. Often the customized content of a scroll is astrologically determined. http://www.37thstateonline.com/post/48926218071/just-a-little-history-healing-scroll-date
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Melse Dress Inspiration
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If I ever do a traditional Eritrean reception, I'd have a special zuria made for it ;D
Research Indicates Mary Magdalene was Black and of Ethiopian lineage. Using the Old Testament of the Bible as a basis for much of her research, Johnson asserts that it is very possible that Mary Magdalene was of the lineage of King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba through their son Menelik I. The late Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia laid claim to being of the lineage of Menelik I and also the same lineage of Jesus through the Davidic line...
Research Indicates Mary Magdalene was Black and of Ethiopian lineage. Using the Old Testament of the Bible as a basis for much of her research, Johnson asserts that it is very possible that Mary Magdalene was of the lineage of King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba through their son Menelik I. The late Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia laid claim to being of the lineage of Menelik I and also the same lineage of Jesus through the Davidic line.
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Black Madonna Ulla Karttunen: The Madonna of the Apricot and the Snake, Aprikoosin ja käärmeen madonna, 146 x 112, pigment print, 2008
Vulcan Dallol — the lowest land volcano on a planet, its muzzle is located on a mark of 45 meters below sea-level in the remote area in the northeast of Ethiopia
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Ethiopia… Volcano Dalol by Victoria Rogotneva - Vulcan Dallol — the lowest land volcano on the planet, its muzzle is located on a mark of 45 meters below sea-level. Dallol is known also for the improbable landscapes and the most high mid-annual temperature — near 34°С. Vulcan Dallol is in the lowland of Danakil (Danakil Depression) in the remote area in the northeast of Ethiopia. Dallol is located at top of a layer of chetvertichny deposits including a big field of potash salts.
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Volcano Dallol in Northeast Ethiopia. Besides being beautiful, it's claim to fame is it's the lowest land volcano on the planet. Photo by Victoria Rogotneva
Acid lakes at the Dallol Volcano in Danakil Desert, Ethiopia | Photo by Pascal Boegli | en.wikipedia.org/...
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Great Rift Valley (Ethiopia). The world�s largest rift system stretches 6000km from the red sea down to Lake Malawi. Up to 75km wide in places, it�s cradled by a series of cliffs, rising from the valley floor to the top of the highest escarpments, up to 1.6km above. The Great Rift Valley is not one single feature but a series of linked faults � the Ethiopian Rift Valley, and the western and eastern branches of the East African Rift. (Photo by Pascal Boegli /Getty Images)
Lonely Planet: The Dallol volcano in north-east Ethiopia
Mineral Flowers - Dallol Volcano - Danakil Desert, Ethiopia, Africa
THE FALASHA SYNAGOGUE IN ETHIOPIA
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Africanl tribal synagogue | The Falasha Synagogue in Ethiopia
The Falasha Synagogue in Ethiopia. During the height of the Ethiopian famine in the 1980's the Israeli government sent soldiers to ferry Ethiopia's ancient Jewish community to safety.
African version of a small tribal synagogue | The Falasha Synagogue in Ethiopia
Empress Taitou (Taytu Betul, ca. 1851 – February 11, 1918) (baptismal name Wälättä Mikael) was an Empress Consort of the Ethiopian Empire (1889–1913) and wife of Emperor Menelek II of Ethiopia. She was the third of four children in an aristocratic Ethiopian family that was related to the Solomonic dynasty. Her father, Ras Betul Haile Maryam, was less well known than her uncle Dejazmach Wube Haile Maryam, who was the ruler of much of Northern Ethiopia in 1840s, and a rival of Emperor Tewodros II.
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Empress Taytu, the wife of Ethiopian Emperor Menelik.
It would be unfair to finish the top 10 influential people without mentioning the contribution of Ethiopian women. The tenth most influential and the most influential woman on the modern Ethiopia was Empress Taytu Betul. The empress descended from many famous dynasties and family lines. Her uncle was the famous Dejazmach Wube Haile-Mariam of Semien. ...read more-->http://www.ethiopianreview.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=46194=264695#p264695
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