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. Do see the Tsumeb Cultural Center. This is a joint project developed with support from Norway. There are reconstructed homes from various parts of Namibia. If the full plan is implemented, it will have typical homes from all major tribal groups in Namibia as well as people demonstrated the life of that group. Currently, many of the prototypical homes have been constructed, but the place is often empty. Nearby is Lake Otjikoto. Although small, it is the largest natural lake in Namibia. Off the road to Grootfontein is a turn-off for the Hoba Meteorite. * Wikipedia:Tsumeb Dmoz:Regional Africa Namibia Localities Tsumeb Commons:Category:Tsumeb Mine
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characterize the entire length of the shoreline. The Ras Nouadhibou (formerly Cap Blanc) peninsula, which forms Dakhlet Nouadhibou (formerly Lévrier Bay) to the east, is fifty kilometers long and up to thirteen kilometers wide. The peninsula is administratively divided between Western Sahara (see Glossary) and Mauritania, with the Mauritanian port and railhead of Nouadhibou located on the eastern shore (see fig. 11). Dakhlet Nouadhibou, one of the largest natural harbors on the west coast of Africa, is fortythree kilometers long and thirty-two kilometers wide at its broadest point. Fifty kilometers southeast of Ras Nouadhibou is Arguin. In 1455 the first Portuguese installation south of Cape Bojador (in the present-day Western Sahara) was established at Arguin. Farther south is the coastline's only significant promontory, seven-meter-high Cape Timiris. From this cape to the marshy area around the mouth of the Senegal River, the coast is regular and marked only by an occasional high dune. There is no other record or information about Diogo de Silves, whom he worked for or what his objective was. It is often assumed (albeit without corroboration) that Diogo de Silves was a captain in the service of the Portuguese prince Henry the Navigator. If so, he may have been sent out in 1427 as just one of Henry's several expeditions in the 1420s down the West African coast in an attempt to double Cape Bojador, or that he may have been going on a routine trip to Madeira, and it has even been speculated he might have been part of a failed Portuguese attack or slave raid on the Canary Islands. How he ended up in the Azores is uncertain - he may have been blown off course, or may have been gathering intelligence about oceanic winds and currents, perhaps experimenting with one of the earliest ''volta do mar'' routes for Henry. Finally, the note that he was the "pilot" retains the possibility that the captain of that expedition was actually someone else (Gonçalo Velho?). The reference to the 'King' and not Henry raises the possibility he may have been in the service of the Admiral of Portugal Pedro de Menezes, 1st Count of Vila Real (then governor of Ceuta) rather than Prince Henry. Along the western and eastern coasts of Africa, progress was also steady; Portuguese sailors reached Cape Bojador in 1434 and Cape Blanco (Ras Nouadhibou) in 1441. In 1433, they built a fortress on the island of Arguin, in modern day Mauritania, trading European wheat and cloth for African gold and slaves. It was the first time that the semi-mythic ''gold of the Sudan'' reached Europe without Muslim mediation. Most of the slaves were sent to Madeira, which became, after thorough deforestation, the first European plantation colony. Between 1444 and 1447, the Portuguese explored the coasts of Senegal, Gambia, and Guinea. In 1456, a Venetian captain under Portuguese command explored the islands of Cape Verde. In 1462, two years after Prince Henry's death, Portuguese sailors explored the Bissau (Guinea-Bissau) islands and named Sierra Leoa (Sierra Leone) (''Lion Range''). *'''Create (Wikipedia:How to write a great article):''' Abd Mohamed Yahia · Ahmed Bensouda · Akbarali Thobhani · Angra de Cintra · Anthony Pazzanita · Archaeology of Western Sahara · Atlantic coastal desert · Bay of the West · Bir Enxaren · Bir Nzaran · Bouchraya Hammoudi Bayoun · Brahim Salem Zarug · COMINOR · Colonial heads of Río de Oro · Colonial heads of Saguia el-Hamra · Colonial heads of Spanish Sahara · Day of National Unity · Day of the Disappeared · Emilio Bonelli · Erik Jensen (Erik Jensen (politician)) · Farcía · Guelb Lahmar · Hagunía · Hawaa · Imilili · Independence Day (Western Sahara) · International Association of Jurists for Western Sahara · José María Pérez de Lema y Tejero · Law of Western Sahara · Legal and political status of Western Sahara · Leyoad · Mariem Hassan · Marrack Goulding · Miyek · Mohamed Habib Mamia · Mohamed Kaid Salem Souelman · Moharizo · Moroccanization · Nayim Alal · North Saharan steppe and woodlands · Ouaddadi Ahmed Heiba · Peter van Walsum · Political divisions of Western Sahara · Punta Dunford · Reguibat al-Sahel · Reguibat al-Sharq · Religion in Western Sahara · Río de Oro dama gazelle · Sáhara, Tierra Mía · Saharan halophytics · Secretary-General of the Polisario Front · Sociedad de Africanistas y Colonistas · Songs of the Saharan Women · Tbal · Tichla · Touizgui · U.S.-Western Sahara Foundation · Umm Delila · United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2229 · United Nations General Assembly Resolution 40 50 · United Nations General Assembly Resolution 41 60 · United Nations Committee on Decolonization · Western Sahara and the United Nations · Wise Men's Committee · Zini Mountains · Zug, Western Sahara *'''Expand (:Category:Western Sahara stubs):''' .eh · Abdelkader Taleb Oumar · Agounit · Ahmed Dlimi · Ain Ben Tili · Allal al-Fassi · Amgala · Auserd · Beni Hassan · Bir Gandus · Bir Lehlou · Bou Craa · Cape Bojador · Coat of Arms of Western Sahara · Communications in Western Sahara · Constitution of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic · Daira de Bojador · Dakhla, Western Sahara · Demographics of Western Sahara · Economy of Western Sahara · El Aaiún · Framework Agreement · Free Zone (region) · Geography of Western Sahara · Guelta Zemmur · Houston Agreement · Human rights in Western Sahara · Lagouira · Lamtuna · Lemseid · Mahfoud Ali Beiba · Mohamed Elmoutaoikil · Mohamed Lamine Ould Ahmed · Mohammed Daddach · Movement for the Liberation of the Saguia el Hamra and Wadi el Dhahab · Music of Western Sahara · Oulad Bou Sbaa · Oulad Delim · President of Western Sahara · Prime Minister of Western Sahara · Ras Nouadhibou · Reguibat · Río de Oro · Saguia el-Hamra · Scouting in Western Sahara · Sahrauis: The Music of the Western Sahara · Sidi Ahmed al-Rgibi · Smara · Southern Provinces · Spanish Sahara · Starry Nights in Western Sahara · Stephen Zunes · Tajakant · Tekna · Tifariti · Tiris al-Gharbiyya · UGTSARIO · UJSARIO · UN General Assembly Resolution 1514 · UNMS · Zemla Intifada · Zouérat *'''Cleanup (Wikipedia:Cleanup):''' - The Spanish originally claimed the land from 20° 51' N (near Cap Blanc) to 26° 8' N (near Cape Bojador) in 1885. This would be a protectorate governed from the Canary Islands in 1887. France would later claim the Western Sahara. The boundary was settled in a joint French-Spanish convention in 1900 to divide the area between Spanish Sahara and French West Africa. International Boundary Study, Algeria-Western Sahara 1968 However, the western side is currently occupied by Mauritania, as neither Morocco nor the Western Saharan Arab Republic is de-facto in possession. ''"Quem o passa tornará ou não"'' (those who cross it, return or not), wrote Venetian explorer Alvise Cadamosto in his book "Navigazione". In 1884 Spain claimed a protectorate over the coast from Cape Bojador to Cap Blanc (Ras Nouadhibou). Later, the Spanish extended their area of control. In 1958 Spain joined the previously separate districts of Saguia el-Hamra (in the north) and Río de Oro (in the south) to form the province of Spanish Sahara.
road through Moses Lake from US 10 (later Interstate 90 (Interstate 90 (Washington))) PSH 18 in the southwest to SSR 11G (Secondary State Route 11G (Washington)) in the northeast. Today, this route is SR 171 (Washington State Route 171). The leg from SSR 11G (today's SR 17 (Washington State Route 17)) to the Odessa area has never been constructed and is not part of the modern state route system.
to the Northwest. Culture Zahlé's culture has long revolved around its signature crop, the grape, and its products, wine and arak. Arak, in particular, has traditionally been served in cafés at virtually any time of the day. Together with the town's gorgeous natural settings, it might have provided with inspiration many of the fifty poets and writers who were born Zahlé over the past century, leading to its designation as "the City of Wine and Poetry". A graceful personification of this nickname stands at the town's entrance: a statue of Erato, the Muse of love poetry, holding a bunch of grapes. Zahlé's most important cultural event is the "Festival of the Vine", traditionally held each September, during which concerts, plays, poetry evenings and artistic exhibitions are organized daily over the course of two or three weeks. The final Saturday evening features the crowning of the "Maid of the Vine", the local beauty queen (Beauty pageant), and the next afternoon, the festival closes with arguably its most popular event: a parade of floats (Float (parade)) held on the town's main avenue. The floats are entirely decorated with flowers according to a central theme. The other central aspect of the local culture is religious devotion. Zahlé is still a very Catholic and conservative town, and many of its inhabitants display a pride with their religious identity which comes close to fanaticism. Church attendance is high, although it often constitutes a form of social, rather than religious, gathering. In particular, it is customary to pay visit to 7 churches on Good Friday. Holidays also endorse a very social character, being a time to visit friends and relatives. Prophet Elias (Elijah) (Elijah) is the town's patron saint, whose feast on July 20 is traditionally celebrated with fireworks. Another notable holiday is Corpus-Christi, celebrated on the first Thursday of June with a large-scale procession, with a torch-lit parade being held on the previous evening. The Corpus Christi celebration dates back to 1825, when the town was spared the ravages of bubonic plague. Notable natives * Said Akl, poet, philosopher and politician * Issa Iskandar Maalouf, writer and historian * Shafik Maalouf, poet * Fawzi Maalouf, poet * Riad Maalouf, poet * Najib Hankash, poet, comedian * Nicolas Youakim, poet, musician and philosopher * Elias Habshi, poet * Charles Elachi (from nearby Riyaq (Rayak (Riyaq))), director of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in NASA * Najwa Karam, singer * Wael Kfoury, singer * Isabel Bayrakdarian, Lebanese Armenian (Armenians in Lebanon) opera singer * Peter IV Geraigiry, Melkite Catholic patriarch 1898-1902 * Wael El Zahr, The Great Programmer Actor Rapper Producer Lahmb3ajiner * Elias Hrawi, president of Lebanon 1989-1998 * Moussa Nammour, former depute and minister * Shebl Dammous, former depute * Joseph Tohme Skaff, former minister and founder Of The Popular Block party * Fouad El Turk, poet, former Lebanese ambassador to the United Nations and head of the Forum of Lebanese Ambassadors * Henri Abou-Khater, lawyer and writer * Jamil Abou-Khater, judge * Joseph Abou-Khater, former minister and ambassador of Lebanon in Egypt * Rachid Ammoury Maalouf, founder of the "RBA Company" * Lory Al Moakar, innovator of computer science at Grove City College * Roula Kehdi, Shoe Accessory Designer Fashion Consultant * Rina Chibany, Miss Lebanon 2012 * Colombian pop-star Shakira is also of local descent through her father William Mebarak Chadid. * Mansour Hobeika, Maronite Catholic bishop
: www.maplandia.com ethiopia oromiya west-harerghe Gelemso www.maplandia.com This Website gives you a satellite image of some villages and landmarks found near Gelemso Currently, it is the largest natural lake in eastern Ethiopia (assumed this rank when Lake Haramaya disappeared few years ago). The lake will become as large as 4 km with a breadth of 2 km at its peak. But some times it is mistaken for another temporal lake which appears at its vicinity during heavy rainfall season. This latter body of water is called by the peasants ''Sal Malee'' meaning ''a place where everybody washes his body without being shy'' (of being seen naked by others). *'' Natural Caves'' :- in the whole of the mountainous province where Gelemso is situated, we can see natural caves of different sizes. The most famous of them are the three caves found near Mechara town, 40 km south of Gelemso. Asfawossen Asrat, Andy Baker, Melanie J. Leng, John Gunn and Mohammed Umer, "A High Resolution Multi-Proxy Stalagmite Record From Mechara, South East Ethiopia: Paleohydrological Implications for Spleothem Paleoclimate Studies", International Journal of Speleology, Bologna- Italy, October 2008, p. 208 Andy Baker, "Analysis of the climate signal contained within dO and growth rate parameters in two Ethiopian stalagmites", Science Direct, April 2007, p. 2977 The first scholarly study of them was undertaken in 1996 by a team of experts from University of Huddersfield ( England ) which then afterwards nicknamed ''The Huddersfield Expedition''. Andy Baker, "Analysis of the climate signal contained within dO and growth rate parameters in two Ethiopian stalagmites", Science Direct, April 2007, p. 2978 :The three caves are known as ''Hachare-Aynage'', ''Rukiessa'' and ''Barro''. Asfawossen Asrat, Andy Baker, Melanie J. Leng, John Gunn and Mohammed Umer, "A High Resolution Multi-Proxy Stalagmite Record From Mechara, South East Ethiopia: Paleohydrological Implications for Spleothem Paleoclimate Studies", International Journal of Speleology, Bologna- Italy, October 2008, p. 208-209 :Since the ''Huddersfield Expedition'', the caves around Gelemso and its surrounding areas have become important sites of Geological and anthropological studies. *'' Dindin Forest and Wild Life Sanctuary '' :- found 35 km west of Gelemso. It is one of the properly protected forest areas in Ethiopia, and extends to the Arba Gugu mountains of northern Arsi (Arsi Zone). Currently, the forest is a home of many species of animals, including the endemic Mountain Nyala. Places of archeological importance *''Corooraa'' Chorora :- an archeological site 40 km west of Gelemso, where Chororapithecus, the 10 million years old fossils of a primate family (ape) were found in 2007. Anthropology.Net, "Chororapithecus Abyssinicus in Brief" Nature.com, "A Species of Great Ape from Late Miocene Era from Ethiopia" Primatology.net, "A More Thorough Reading of Chororapithecus" According to ''Nature'' Journal, these are the first fossils of a large-bodied Miocene ape from the African continent north of Kenya. :When the fossils were excavated, the news media (including ''Nature'' Journal) reported the place wrongly ''Chorora Formation at the southern margin of the Afar rift''. Choroora is of course in the southeast part of the Rift Valley. The exact location of ''Chorora'', however, is the east section of Anchar woreda of West Harerghe zone, on 40 km distance from Gelemso. Places referred as ancient settlements *''Qurquraa'' :- a villages referred by Oromo elders as a long existing settlement area since ancient times. This notion may induce us to identify it as a place repeatedly mentioned by the same name (Qurquraa) in the famous book known as Al Futuhul Habash, (''the Conquest of Abyssinia''), a chronicle of the brilliant campaigns of Imam Ahmad ibn Ibrihim al-Ghazi whom the Ethiopian writers call Ahmad Gragn, which was written by the eyewitness of the conquests in the 16th century. Futuh al-habaša, English Translation by Paul Lester Stenhouse, Tsehai Publishers, 2003, p. 98 (Special:BookSources 0972317252) This village is found about 30 km away from Gelemso (in the western direction) near to a small town called ''Hardim''. *''Abboonah'' : - another village (a market area) referred by locals as a long standing settlement. Since the village is commonly called by the natives with a prefix ''Daro'' (saying ''Daro Abonaah''), this one also might be identical to a town of the ''Dawaro'' Sultanate that was mentioned in Al Futuhul Habash by the same name. Futuh al-habaša, English Translation by Paul Lester Stenhouse, Tsehai Publishers, 2003, p. 173 (Special:BookSources 0972317252) The village (a small market of about 1000 residents) is about 60 km to the south of Gelemso. In the 1980s, the Dergue government had established a strong military base there in order to watch the nearby movements of OLF (Oromo Liberation Front). *Professor Mohammed Hassen also notes another village called by the name Qunburah in Al Futuhul Habash which is a commonly known name in Oromo nomenclature. However, among many places of the Chercher highlands called by the name Qunburah, the Oromo elders do not consider any one as a long standing. But this does not mean there was no place who had this name in ancient times. In fact, one of the places called Qunburah in Chercher highlands is believed to be the offshoot of the ancient Qunburah of Al Futhul Habash. Therefore, a search for that place should continu. *''Harala Ruins'':- around Gelemso, we can find ruins of the ancient buildings of the legendary people of ''Harala'', whom the Oromos narrate as people of great length, extra ordinary strength and superior wealth, but devastated by hunger, epidemic and volcanic eruption because of their extravagance and disbelief. Today, as Professor Urlich Braukamper had described precisely in his book, the remnants of the stone built necropolis, store pits, houses and mosques of the ancient Harala people are observable in all of the of Hararghe highlands. Their mysterious legends reach as far as Karayu in the west and Jijjiga in the east. Places of cultural importance *''Oda Bultum'' :- one of the five Oda or traditional meeting places where the Oromo (Oromo people) used to meet to end one ''luba'' or 8-year period of the Gadaa system and begin a new one. It is 25 km to the east of Gelemso. አዲስ አድማስ ጋዜጣ፣ ሰኔ 27፣ 2001፣ ‹‹ኦዳ ቡልቱም በሐረርጌ›› *'' Halaya Buchuro'' :- A deep gorge where the Oromos in ancient times, used to throw and execute (in to the chasm) criminals who were found guilty of intentional killing (of innocent people). Places noted for Islamic history and culture *''Sheikh Omar Mosque and Sufi Compound'':- found at the heart of Gelemso. The mosque is to the west of a Sufi compound called ''Hadra'' አዲስ አድማስ ጋዜጣ፣ ሐምሌ 11፣ 2001፣ የጥበብ ሸማኔዎች (ሱፊዎች በሐረርጌ) which hosts the celebration of the birth day of the Prophet (Mawlid), making the town one of the main places in Ethiopia marked with such a festive. The ''Hadra'' has many quarters of different uses, with ''Beytul Hadra'' (the house of presence) as a focus. The compound of ''Hadra'' is also a home of a big mausoleum in which the tomb of ''Sheikh Omar'' (the founder of ''Hadra'') is found. *''Aw-Seid Shrine'' which is traditionally identified with the ancient ''Galma Usso'', of which the name ''Gelemso'' was derived. There is no surviving remnant of the 13th-century mosque by now. The current shrine dates only from the late 19th century. *''Aw-Sherif Hill'' :- where, according to oral history, the Muslim saint ''Aw-Sherif'' had lived some 300 years ago. *''The Mosque of Sheikh Ali Jami'':- located 10 km east of Gelemso, where a saint ''Sheikh Ali'' had lived and preached Islam after he returned from the city of Harar where he attended his higher education. His mosque is encircled by a ''galma'' and a mausoleum that contains his tomb. Important Christian sites *''Medihane Alem Church'':- An Orthodox Christian Church aged about 60 years. *''Saint Michael Catholic Church'':- Built by the Italian colonists in the late 1930s. It is the tallest man made erection in the town, which is visible as far as 30 km due its strategic position, and commonly called ''Mana Dheeraa'' meaning ''the tallest house''. It had served as a church, then as prison, and now it hosts a primary school. Notable persons from Gelemso Gelemso has been associated with many imminent figures. Its notable personalities include the following: *''Sheikh Ali Jami Guutoo'' : - commonly called '' Qallicha'' by the Oromos, not only for his origin from ''Warra Qallu'' Oromo clan, but also for his high priesthood in the Chercher plateau. His descendents are still called ''Qalicha'' or ''Qalittii''- meaning '' the respected one'' (Qallitti is for female), It is said that the first man to preach Islam peacefully and openly (without any sanction ) in the land of ''Chercher'' was this Sheikh Ali Jami, so that he became one of the key figures in the Islamization of the Ittu Oromo. Sheikh Ali is considered a great saint and most of the people of the ''Chercher highlands'' usually refer to him as ''Aw Ali''. *Sheikh Umar Aliye :- popularly known as Gelemsiyyi. He was another key figure in the Islamization of the Ittu Oromo and a father of Mohammed Zakir Meyra and many more heroes and scholars. Perhaps, he is the most widely known scholar, activist and important Islam figure in the region. In fact, he is well known for his dedication for Islam and its teaching throughout the country. He is also the most noted figure in the transmission of the Qadiriyyah Sufi brother-hood ( Tariqa ), which he introduced to the Harar Oromos with Sheikh Mohammed Harar, his close friend with whom he returned from Wallo after the completion of higher education. Hussein Ahmed ''HARAR-WALLO RELATIONS REVISITED: HISTORICAL, RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL DIMENSIONS'', African Study Monographs, Kyoto University, March 2010, p. 111-117 *Ahmad Taqi Sheikh Mohammed Rashid (well known as Hundee) (1942? – September 6, 1974): He was an Oromo nationalist known with his comrade Elemo Kiltu as the first true fighters since they launched the first armed struggle for the Oromo (Oromo people) causes under an organization that bears the name of their people (i.e. ''Oromo''). They died together on September 5 1974 at the historic Battle of Tiro and now honored as martyrs by the three major Oromo political organizations; OLF (Oromo Liberation Front), OPDO and IFLO. Hundee the hero immortalized by Ali Birra's songs. *Mohammed Zakir Meyra (1949 -1977): Also known as Mohammed-Zakir Sheikh Umar Aliye or well known as simply Meyra):- He is a son of the well respected Gelemsiyyi (see above). He was considered by the people around Gelemso as an heir to Elemo and Ahmad Taqi. While he was only in his 20s, he marched to Somalia leading a group of youth with whom he used to discuss the national agenda. He returned as a commander of brigade that included in addition to his fellow Oromo youths, some West Somali Liberation Front (WSLF) fighters who claimed ''giving support to the Oromo brothers''. His brigade had effectively destroyed the Dergue army in Boke (Boke (woreda)) and Darolebo woreda. But he felt furious on the mischievous act of the WSLF fighters when they start to install the flag of Somali Republic on the freed lands. He fought them as equal as he was fighting the Dergue. The fight between the two forces continued until the winter months of 1977. And finally, Meyra was martyred on the Battle of Kurfa Roqa, 30 km south of Boke town. *Umar Bakkalcha (1953? - 1980) was one of the early Oromo nationalists and martyrs well-remembered in the Chercher highlands of Harerghe especially for the heroic speeches he made at his death spot. His name had been Umar Sheikh Mohammed Rabi, but the people usually refer to him as “Umar Bakkalcha” or simply “Bakkalcha” (the downfall star). Bakkalcha was enlightened in the Oromo National struggle from the very beginning. He had a good understanding of the quests of the Oromo causes far before many people. However, the most brainstorming incident that took him to decide giving up all of his belongings for the Oromo causes was the heroic death of the well known Oromo patriots and guerilla leaders called Elemo Killtu (Hassen Ibrahim) and Hundee (or Ahmad Taqi Sheikh Muhammed Rashid). *Sheikh Muhammad Rashid Bilal :- father of Ahmad Taqi, well known as a teacher of many of the latter sheikhs and, a protector of local knowledge and oral history. He was primarily a source of most of the historical data concerning the ancient history and culture of the Oromos of the Chercher highlands that appear today in many books (the information is disseminated either directly by him, or through his disciples). *Sheikh Mohammed Rashad Abdulle a graduate of Al-Azhar University who translated Qur'an into the Oromo. (For the detail of his life and work, click on his name.) *Abuna Berhane Eyesus, the current Patriarch of the Ethiopian Catholic Church. He is originally from Anchar woreda, but raised up in Gelemso in his early ages. *Gelemso and its vicinity had produced many scholars which include Dr. Ashagre Yigletu of the Dergue, Dr. Bayan Asoba of OLF (Oromo Liberation Front), Artist Garbi Ahmed Nurie (Pianist, live in Toronto, Canada), Artist Adnan (singer) and Fozia Amin, member of the Central committee of OPDO and Human Rights Commissioner in the Federal Government of Ethiopia. The city produced many doctors, engineers, teachers, lawyers, nurses, pharmacists, and many other professions. Notable administrators *Dejene Gizaw - The municipal mayor of Gelemso acknowledged for the foundation he laid in the modesty of the town in the 1960s. Category:Populated places in the Oromia Region
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