Amhara Natural attractions

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Blue Nile Falls

waterfall

It is known as Tis Abay in Amharic, meaning "smoking water".

 

Blue Nile Falls

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Lake Tana

lake

Lake Tana is the source of the Blue Nile and is the largest lake in Ethiopia.

 

Lake Tana

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Zengena Lake is a crater lake located at in the Awi Zone of the Amhara Region in Ethiopia.

 

Zengena Lake

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At 4260m it is the 6th tallest mountain in Ethiopia and the 19th highest of Africa.

 

Mount Abuna Yosef

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Semien Mountains

mountain

The tallest peak is Ras Dashen (4,550 m); other notable heights include Mounts Biuat (4,437 m) and Kidis Yared (4,453 m).

 

Semien Mountains

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Lake Ardibbo is a freshwater lake of Ethiopia. It is located north of Dessie, in the Debub Wollo Zone of the Amhara Region.

 

Lake Ardibbo

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Lake Hayq

lake

Lake Hayq or Lake Haik is a freshwater lake of Ethiopia. It is located north of Dessie, in the Debub Wollo Zone of the Amhara Region (or ...

 

Lake Hayq

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Abuye Meda

mountain

Abuye Meda is a mountain located near the city of Dessye in Ethiopia.

 

Abuye Meda

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Amba Geshen

mountain

Amba Geshen is the name of a mountain in northern Ethiopia.

 

Amba Geshen

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Mount Hay is a mountain in the northwestern Amhara Region of Ethiopia.

 

Mount Hay (Ethiopia)

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Mount Guna

mountain

Mount Guna or Guna Terara is a mountain located near the city of Debre Tabor, in the northern Amhara region of Ethiopia.

 

Mount Guna

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Wehni

mountain

Wehni is the name of one of the mountains of Ethiopia where most of the male heirs to the Emperor of Ethiopia were interned, usually for ...

 

Wehni

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Mount Choqa

mountain

Mount Choqa at 4100m, is one of the highest mountains of Gojjam, a region of Ethiopia located south of Lake Tana.

 

Mount Choqa

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