Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, is a hub of economic, social and political activity and home to prominent offices as the African Union and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa.
Addis Ababa Museum
The Museum was once the residence of Ras (Count) Birru, the Defense Minister of Emperor Menelik II (1889-1913). The Addis Ababa Museum accommodates cultural items that reflect the growth and development of the city then. Photographs that depict the progress of the city and weapons used during the battle of Adowa are on display.
Zoma Museum aims to share multidisciplinary and innovative contemporary art and architecture from around the world. It is focused on researching and learning from ancient knowledge of art production, architecture and landscaping and bringing it to the present.
National Museum of Ethiopia
St. George Cathedral & Museum
Churches and cathedrals
Holy Trinity Cathedral
St. George's Cathedral
Natures and Parks
Unity Park is established in 2019. The Park is located at the Grand Palace in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, a compound that has been a seat of state for more than a century. The Unity Park contains historical buildings and plants that date back to the time of Emperor Menelik II. Pay a visit to learn about modern history of Ethiopia.
The Lion zoo in Addis Ababa is in 5 kilo area. There are lions in cages, geleda baboons, antelopes, ducks, turtle and different types of apes at this zoo.
Mount Entoto is the highest peak overlooking the city of Addis Ababa. It reaches 3,200 meters above sea level. The mountain is a historical place where Emperor Menelik II resided and built his palace, when he came from Ankober and founded Addis Ababa. It has many monasteries and churches.