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Things to Do in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Addis Ababa is a vibrant, historic city, rich with attractions and activities. Several of these places of interest are minutes away from Ramada Addis Ababa and easily reached from the hotel. Start with the National Museum of Ethiopia, which offers a comprehensive overview of the country's place in archeology, art and politics. The Red Terror Martyrs' Memorial Museum is a deeply moving tribute to the wrongs of the recent past, and a place for research and reflection to prevent atrocities in the future. St. George's Cathedral is part of the Orthodox Church, full of art and religious icons - a unique Addis Ababa destination and a must-see.
Red Terror Martyrs Memorial Museum at Addis Ababa
Those who perished in the Red Terror are not forgotten in this centre of learning and research, which offers free admission. The Museum Library is also open to the public.
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St. George's Cathedral at Ethiopia
This beautifully conceived octagonal-shaped house of worship is a popular destination with the devout as well as the curious. Take a guided tour of the stained glass windows and paintings. There's also a museum onsite.
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National Museum of Ethiopia
Home of one of the world's most famous archeological discoveries - the bones of "Lucy" an early hominid - this national museum covers natural history, art history and the cultures of Ethiopia.
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Mount Entoto at Ethiopia

Mount Entoto

Rising 3,200 metres above Addis Ababa, Mount Entoto offers a breath of fresh air, literally. Photo opportunities present themselves at the colorful St. Mary's Church. The Mount Entoto Museum houses relics and tribal clothes, and you can see the dwellings of Emperor Menelik II.
Addis Ababa Ethnological Museum

Ethnological Museum

Located on the main campus of Addis Ababa University, the Ethnological Museum was established in 1955. It serves to preserve the country’s heritage and educate the public. It's also a centre for research. The collection includes more than 13,000 items such as secular and religious manuscripts, ceremonial tools, paintings, icons, exquisitely embroidered robes and books.
The Mausoleum of Menelik II at Ethiopia

The Mausoleum of Menelik II

The last resting place of Emperor Menelik II (1844-1813), this beautiful architectural example is also a place of worship. It also houses the remains of Menelik II's wife, Empress Taitou and his daughter, Empress Zauditu (1876-1930), who ruled after her father's death. Visitors can look at the colorful portraits and murals that recount Menelik's illustrious life.
Merkato at Addis Ababa

ShiroMeda Open Market

Experience authentic Addis Ababa open-market shopping at ShiroMeda. You'll be sure to go home with some exciting gifts and souvenirs including hand-made cloths and dazzling jewelry.

Adadi Mariam at Ethiopia

Adadi Mariyam

In use by worshippers, this 13th century rock-hewn church is a fine example of the kind of religious architecture one finds in Northern Ethiopia. It's adorned simply with some materials of a traditionally constructed house of worship, but it's clear this church maintains its strong connection to the natural world.
Kiddus Raguel Church at Addis Ababa

Kiddus Raguel Church

Built under the reign of Emperor Menelik II this octogonal-shaped Orthodox Church is a fine example of local religious architecture. Nearby is the cave which was said to serve for 700 years as the original rock-hewn place of worship for Kiddus Raguel before the main church was built.
Holy Trinity Cathedral at Ethiopia

Holy Trinity Cathedral

The seat of the Orthodox Church of Ethiopia in Addis Ababa, Holy Trinity Cathedral is the final resting place for many of the country's royalty and patriots like Emperor Haile Selassie I and British anti-fascist activist Sylvia Pankhurst, who died in Addis Ababa in 1960. There is a Museum on the Church grounds, and also a school and monastery.