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one day Addis Ababa City Tour with addis ababa's new parks including unity park and Entoto natural park , the National Museum home for world known early human remaining body parts of Lucy, the biggest open air market Merkato, the hill of Entoto which gives you full and spectacular view of Addis Ababa city, and the Trinity church that believed to have the tomb of HIM Hile Selassie
One Day Addis Ababa City Tour
The National Museum
It is the repository of an assortment of archeological and cultural artifacts of Ethiopia.Here is the 3.2 million years old, most famous hominids skeleton, discovered in 1974 at a place called Hadar Lucy (Dinknesh) to be seen. This was a discovery which has given rise to the theory that Ethiopia is the cradle of Humankind.
This museum is a home for various types of traditional artifacts that show the lifestyles of different Ethiopian major ethnic groups. It is located in Addis Ababa University.
This unique and beautiful church with a baroque style of European architecture is dedicated to the Holy Trinity. Here scripts of the imperial families, statues made by Greek sculpture, Old and New Testament in the Bible painted on a glass window, and the coffin of Emperor Haile Selassie-I; the founder of the church, and his wife, to be visited
Merkato-The largest Market in Africa
Merkato is the largest open-air market in Africa. This open market can be confusing, but fascinating glimpse with its vast range of goods and artefacts available from all parts of the country. The Ethiopian traditional trade exchange takes place in the open air and you can purchase anything you desire here.
Mount Entoto Natural Park
The highest peak in Addis with an altitude of 3200 meters, which was the site for the first palace of Emperor Menelik-II, the founder of Addis Ababa. Were crowned as Emperor there is St. Mary church.From this mountain you can enjoy the panoramic view of Addis Ababa and its surrounding forests.
Unity / Andinet Park
Built in the late 1800s by Emperor Menelik II, who founded Addis Ababa, the palace was the residence of Ethiopia’s rulers for more than a century. unity park's traditional garden beautifully displays over 43 indigenous plants. At the spacious green area, there is a botanical garden of various plants. At the lion zoo, primates and endemic including black-mane lions roam and another 46 types of species and 312 individual animals in the separate zoo. The regional states pavilion displays cultural and historical assets and sculptures of regional states.