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We paid the ridiculous entry fee and expected something much more. A guide took us through the church and explained the history and significance of things. There is a little museum at the back and an interesting graveyard at the right back.
This churches built in the 8-sided fashion of most Ethiopian Orthodox churches and has a great museum. Entrance to the Church (with a guide) is 200Birr each and the museum will cost a bit more with the same guide. It is all worth it.
There is from my side not much to write about this. People who love to visit cathedrals, churches, mosques are maybe happy with it. I personally did not find it exciting but then again, I never have that with those objects.
inside the fence of those religious place there is the cathedral and one museum
this one is tiny but interesting, for 100 BIR you ll see some well preserved religious priest clothes, and ceremony stuff
the Cathedral is nice but what is magical it s...More
The cathedral with its distinctive octagonal form was commissioned by Minilik ll in 1896 after the defeat of the Italians in Adwa-Tigray region. The architecture is considered as an example of a European interpretation of Ethiopian church-architecture. It has a great history throughout given that...More
We saw the church and the small museum and it was very interesting. The guide explained about the painting inside the church and it was unusual for us to see religious painting and political painting. Very interesting church
An early 20th century church built with the help of an Italian architect named Castagna captered after the first Italian - Ethiopian war. The design follows a traditional circular pattern, though the square cornerpieces and neo-classicist features show European influence.
You get the feeling you...More