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It is a very nice place to get into this church and sit for a while. It also has a collection of ancient antiques and visitors could enjoy seeing some of them used during the Adwan Era. The church compound is also a quiet and...More
We went to visit this cathedral. After few steps inside we made a selfie and someone from the staff came to say us (with very bad manners and speaking aloud) that we could not make pictures in the compound without pay the ticket. I said...More
St George is almost everywhere and anything to Ethiopia, a very significant saint and person to them.
The Church is grand and beautiful and once you get in the church yard you will see peope just sitting or praying and just relaxing.
You will at...More
The cathedral is walkable from the Piazza in the middle of a large traffic junction/hub. Crossing the road is a bit of an adventure. The courtyard of the cathedral provides some peace to visitors. When we were there the church is closed but a guy...More
There must be something wrong when a country charges more to visit a church than to visit museums. Visiting Lalibela churches: USD 50. Holy Trinity Church in Addis Ababa: 200 birrs. St. George’s Cathedral, also in Addis Ababa: 200 birrs. Visiting NATIONAL Museum: 10 birrs....More
There is a fee of 200 Birr per person. Beware not to take pictures before you pay the fees or you will be fined or asked to delete the pictures. You enter the gate of the church and you thought you would just visit the...More