on your behalf. Closed Sunday. * '''Shiromeda Market'''. Between Sidist Kilo & Mt Entoto. If the madness of Mercato isn't for you, Chiromeda is a pleasant alternative. Haggling and bargaining is still the status quo, but you could walk away with a traditional dress from as cheap as 100 ETB. * '''Friendship Supermarket'''. Bole Road (airport end). Well-stocked western-style supermarket - and they accept Visa. * '''Edna Mall''' on Telebole. Contains a large book store, and Ethiopia's only 3D multiplex cinema (three screens), which plays both Amharic and English-language films. Western films typically are shown within a week to a month of their U.S. release, though occasionally they may operate on European release schedules (for instance, Skyfall began showing at Edna Mall over a week before its U.S. premiere). The center of the mall features an arcade zone and an indoor amusement park with carousel, climbing tubes, and bumper cars; it's a fun place for small children, but really crowded on the weekends and holidays. Also located nearby are several dance clubs. * '''Dembel City Centre''' * '''Getu Commercial centre''' * '''Addis Sheraton Shopping''' * '''Loyal Shopping centre''' * '''Arat Kilo Shopping centre''' * '''Piassa Shopping centre''' * '''Bambis department store''', expensive euro-style supermarket located in Kazanches, near the Radisson, Hilton, and Sheraton hotels. Features an extensive selection of Greek products, and high quality fresh frozen meats. * '''New York Supermarket''', near Bole Olympia * '''Shoa Supermarket''' on Bole Rd. * '''Novis Supermarket''' on Bole Road, near Friendship. This market sells a lot of high quality products mostly imported from Italy or Dubai. * '''Fantu Supermarket''' on Bole Road, near Friendship. This market has relatively cheaper products of the same quality and is located on Bole road and also near the Canadian Embassy in Old Airport. * Commons:category:Addis Ababa Wikipedia:Addis Ababa
. Captain of the team was Zewdu Bekele, and the coach Asrat Haile. That night people all across Addis Ababa sang and danced in the streets as Ethiopia were the champions. birth_date birth_place Addis Ababa, Ethiopia residence İstanbul, Turkey Early life and career Abeylegesse was born Hewan Abeye on September 11, 1982 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and raised with her seven brothers and sisters. She began her career
running cross country. In 1999, she started for the Ethiopian junior team at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Belfast, Northern Ireland and finished ninth. There, she was invited to a meeting in Istanbul, Turkey. Coming to Istanbul, she said that she liked it there very much. ''"I didn't get enough support from my federation in Ethiopia,"'' she said. ''"My track club in Turkey gave me all the support I needed. So I decided to move to Turkey. The support
construction in December 2012, so expect a few rough edges. The restaurant provides a good breakfast. There is also a swimming pool under construction. * '''International Hotel''', downtown near beginning of Bole Rd. About US$40 per night. Clean and rooms are huge with living room, separate bedroom, many bathrooms include large tub. Staff is very nice and rooms have enormous balconies overlooking the green open areas of the Sheraton hotel as well as views of Mt. Entoto. A great place to stay if you
TeleBole Rd lat long directions between Atlas Hotel and Edna Mall phone tollfree fax hours price content One of Addis Ababa's famous cultural restaurants, it has traditional singing and dancing at night. If you're feeling brave, try the ''gored gored'' (cubes of heavily salted and spiced raw beef). Waiters are well mannered and kind, and most are very talented dancers. Features a large buffet with many kinds of wat wot (Ethiopian stew), injera, shiro, vegetables, and other dishes. Their "fasting" menu (meatless or vegan dishes typically served to religiously observant diners) is excellent and will satisfy most vegetarians and vegans. The old restaurant at the south end of EU Rd near Bole Rd was demolished for road construction in 2012. * '''Kaldi Coffee''', Bole Rd, with a sign similar to Starbucks. Has great porridge. * Commons:category:Addis Ababa Wikipedia:Addis Ababa
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to Donald Levine. "It served rather as an agent for the quickened development of the Amhara's own culture. And thus it became a focus of national pride... not as a hotbed of alien custom and immorality, as they often regard Addis Ababa today, but as the most perfect embodiment of their traditional values." Donald N. Levine, ''Wax and Gold: Tradition and Innovation in Ethiopia Culture'' (Chicago: University Press, 1972), p. 42 As Levine elaborates
of Tadjoura. It takes 30-40 minutes to get to the islands by boat. '''Meseret Defar''' (Amharic: መሰረት ደፋር; born 19 November, 1983 in Addis Ababa) is a female long-distance (Long-distance track event) runner (Running) from Ethiopia who competes chiefly in the 3000 metres and 5000 metres events. She has won medals at top-tier international competitions including Olympic (Olympic Games) and World Championship (World Championships in Athletics) gold medals over 5000 metres
''' (born December 18, 1973) is an Ethiopian (Ethiopia) long distance (Long-distance track event) runner (Running) from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, most known for winning a gold medal in the women's marathon race at the 1996 Summer Olympics (Athletics at the 1996 Summer Olympics). She finished fourth at the 1999 World Championships in Athletics. The EDU reorganized in Addis Ababa as a legal opposition party after the TPLF led the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary
St. Mary church, the first church of Addis, and St Urael church and see the city from the top of the mountain. * *
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As a chartered city (city-state#Cities that are component states of federations) (''ras gez astedader''), Addis Ababa has the status of both a city and a state (Regions of Ethiopia). It is where the African Union and its predecessor the OAU (Organisation of African Unity) are based. It also hosts the headquarters of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) and numerous other continental and international organizations. Addis Ababa is therefore often referred to as "the political capital of Africa" due to its historical, diplomatic and political significance for the continent.
The city is populated by people from different regions of Ethiopia – the country has as many as 80 nationalities speaking 80 languages and belonging to a wide variety of religious communities. It is home to Addis Ababa University. The Federation of African Societies of Chemistry (FASC) and Horn of Africa Press Institute (HAPI) are also headquartered in Addis Ababa.