Melka Kunture, Adadi Mariam, Tiya Steles
- Days1Locations coveredMelka Kunture, Adadi Mariam, Tiya SeteleDescriptionExcursions to visit the open archaeological museum of Melka Kunture.You are able to see pre- historic human tools and fossils. Besides, you visit the rock hewn churches of Adadi Mariam where you have the chance to analyze the continuous tradition of Ethiopian rock hewn church building tradition all the way from Axumit time till the time of Zagwe daynasty (Lalibela rock hewn churches). After you eat your picnic launch, you will drive to visit Tiya (World Heritage Site by UNSECO). This site is famous for its ancient monolithic stele which is engraved with some fascinating symbols. Then you drive back to Addis Ababa.Meal plans
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- 2016-08-27 2016-08-31 Ayehou Sweden After all, American robots work as hard as Chinese robots. And they also don’t complain or join labor unions. They all consume the same electricity and do exactly what they are told. It doesn’t make economic sense for American industry to ship raw materials and electronics components across the globe to have Chinese robots assemble them into finished goods that are then shipped back. 0
- 2016-08-27 2016-08-31 Ayehou Mesfin Sweden Most Chinese robots are also not made in China. An analysis by Dieter Ernst of the East-West Center showed that 75 percent of all robots used in China are purchased from foreign firms (some with assembly lines in China), and China remains heavily dependent on the import of core components from Japan. 0