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While I wouldn't make visiting Holy Trinity a priority, it was a pleasant stop on my tour around Addis. There is a beautiful central dome, and the exterior of the back of the church is quite pretty. Otherwise it is not particularly remarkable.
We visited the church as part of the days activities with our guide. The church was nice and clean. We had a small tour with our guide on the history of the church. If your in Addis doing a tour, try to fit this church...More
It is indeed a worthwhile visit. It was built to celebrate end of Italian occupation
The stained glass windows and the attention to detail is so beautiful
We were there on the holy virgins day, so were fortunate enough to witness a mass
The artwork inside the church is amazing! Its a wonder how they reached the ceiling to place the chandelier and artwork in the ceiling. Due to the inside of church having little light, its hard to capture images with camera and flash is not allowed....More
My daughter and I visited for morning services. The church and grounds are beautiful, but we were really impressed by the sincerity and warmth of the worshippers. It is smaller and less ornate than the great churches of Europe, but it is certainly worth a...More
This Cathedral was built by Emperor Haile Selassie and is very impressive. The stained glass windows are beautiful and enhance the aura of spirituality of the place. Many prominent Ethiopians are buried in the Cathedral lawns
This beautiful and majestic church sits right next to the Ethiopian parliament building and is worth your time. Aside from the church are the graves of many of the countries great leaders. This church also houses the tombs of the Emperor and his wife.
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Every Wednesday and Friday the mass start in the mid day . If you are interested to attend the Mass you must be there earlier than the Mass starts in the mid day(which is 11:30 am the mass starts at 12:00 am then ends at... More
Every Wednesday and Friday the mass start in the mid day . If you are interested to attend the Mass you must be there earlier than the Mass starts in the mid day(which is 11:30 am the mass starts at 12:00 am then ends at 2:30 pm which means 2 hrs and 30 minutes stay) But keep in mind that you should pay the entrance fee for the church , the n you will be able to join ! Once If the mass is started you won't be able to get in to the Church even if you pay the entrance ! Do not to forget to take off your shoes and wear Ethiopian Orthodox church wear called (NETELA) . Blessed time !
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Yes every one is welcome to Attend Mass Service at this Church! There is a regular daily mass and the best Time to visit is on the day of SELASIE which is often on the 7th of each month, EC it could be 15/16 GC. Sunday is... More
Yes every one is welcome to Attend Mass Service at this Church! There is a regular daily mass and the best Time to visit is on the day of SELASIE which is often on the 7th of each month, EC it could be 15/16 GC. Sunday is also the best time to see....no fee for the mass but an entry fee to visit the Church so if one pays to visit the church this ticket is valid to attend the celebration on the following day!