Hey ETHIOPIA = Āmeseginalehu

  1. According to CNN news Ethiopia won the recond in planting 350 million trees in one day.
  2. There is a traditional coffee ceremony. During the day is taken place three times.
  3. Addis Merkato is the largest in Africa. People can buy multiples things. For example, a petite jebena pot, carpets and teff.
  4. As stated by The World Bank the GDP per capita is 772.3 USD and it’s the fifth poorest country in the world.
  5. As said by Encyclopedia Brittanica the most practiced religions are Orthodox Christian and Islam with a 33,9 out of the total population.
  6. Harar is located in the eastern Abyssinia. It’s considered the oldest city in Ethiopia and recognised as “The city of Saints” or “The city of Peace” by muslims. In addition, the city is known as the holy place for Islam.
  7. Jelati is a very common and the cheapest frozen flavoured dessert. The world Jelati is an italian word. In 1935 Italians tried to colonised Ethiopia. Therefore, some vocabulary comes from there.
  8. The dishes are considered one of the healthiest and nutritious. Twice per week Ethiopians follow a special diet. For instance, consuming products coming from animals is strictly prohibited due to the religions beliefs. Specifically, pork is repudiate by muslims and christians to their religious beliefs. On the other hand, any dish containing fish is permitted for orthodox christians.
  9. There is a drug legalised in Ethiopia. Generally, it is the third “thing” consumed by locals after injera and coffee. Ethiopians may consumed the substance for several reasons. For example, take the edge off their hunger. Unfortunately, some women may have taken this while pregnancy and it could lead to serious and difficulties problems for their babies. Globally, it is forbidden for women to consume any drug during pregnancy. Regrettably, not everyone has access to education and it’s arduous to be aware of it.
  10. One of the precious spots from Ethiopia are the Danakil Depression, Simien Mountains National Park and The Church of Saint George.
Hey angel, you meant to be here. Please stay as long as you like 😉
Tea, coffee, an traditional piece of clothing and testibly aromes. Hey angel, What does Ethiopia have to offer?

Quote: “In Ethiopia, food is often looked at through a strong spiritual lens, stronger than anywhere else I know. It’s the focal point of weddings, births, and funerals and is a daily ceremony from the preparation of the meal and the washing of hands to the sharing of meals.” __ Marcus Samuelsson