Ethiopia is known for its rich natural and cultural diversity. Moreover, Ethiopia enjoys world recognition for its tangible cultural heritage manifested in physical artifacts such as the 82 mosques in the fortified historic town of Harar Jugol, as well as intangible cultural heritage in the form of languages and the centuries-old knowledge of handicraft production that has been passed through the generations and is still maintained today. Living expressions of the cultural heritage of Ethiopia can be found in destinations throughout the country and in the country’s unique assortment of celebrations, ceremonies, and festivals. Various religions, including Christianity, Islam, and Judaism, are reflected in the tangible artifacts as well as intangible attributes of its people. Additionally, Ethiopia is known for its immense biodiversity and beautiful ...

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