Camping with wolves and dancing with AK47s: the hidden treasures of Ethiopia; Guy Kelly; Telegraph

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Ethiopian UNESCO site to go green for St Patrick’s Day; Colm O Mongaine; RTE

The UNESCO site at Lalibela in Ethiopia is to be lit up with green lights this St Patrick’s Day, it was announced today.

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The 25 places you need to travel to in 2019; Matador Network

This is the only list you’ll need this year.

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Lalibela: Ethiopian holy city mired in protests and controversy; James Jeffrey; Al Jazeera

The much-vaunted rock-hewn churches of Lalibela have lately become the surprising source of protests and local tensions.

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15 Essential Activities To Do In Ethiopia On A Budget; Africa.com

Ethiopia is one of the oldest and most remarkable places in Africa. It’s got a long and storied history, incredible food, and some of the most impressive UNESCO World Heritage Sites…

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How to travel to Ethiopia on a budget; Mpho Rantao; IOL Travel

Ethiopia is a beautiful country that is worth visiting without emptying your entire wallet.

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Which holiday destinations pack the most dramatic punch?; Lucy Jackson; SCMP

Feeling adventurous? Here are 8 spots that are well off the beaten path…

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Rock Hewn Churches of Lalibela Need Urgent Repair; ENA

Addis Ababa October 13/2018. The Rock-hewn Church of Lalibela, a world-renowned UNESCO world heritage site, needs an urgent repair, as the damage to the church is becoming serious. The monuments are severely degraded from water damage as the drainage ditches at the church were filled with earth for several centuries, before being cleared in the 20th century. A temporary shelter was built to protect the monuments from the rains, since erosion due mainly to weathering is damaging the stone surfaces of all the churches.

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Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia: A stunning Unesco world-heritage park; Sue Williams; Traveller

Nature abounds in the stunning Simien Mountains National Park.

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Ethiopia’s stunning UNESCO world-heritage trek; Sue Williams; Traveller

Trekking can be a lonely experience but not when you run into plentiful friendly locals – baboons, monkeys, jackals and hydrax – along the way.

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