Mt. Ento, arriving at Addis Ababa Airport, visiting the long-cherished Rock Church in Laribeli to experience the sacred memorial service of Epiphany, visiting Mt. Ento to see the whole picture of Ethiopia's capital overlooking Addis Ababa, and seeing many women working to draw water.
Entoto Maryam Church, which was used in the coronation of Menelick II, is also preserved on the top of Mount Ento. In addition to a museum, there are wooden palaces in the rear of the church. The whole mountain is covered with eucalyptus trees introduced from Australia since Menellick II. It used to be the main source of firewood in the daily life of urban residents. Now, women carrying large bundles of firewood can still be seen on Panshan Highway to sell in the city. In addition to the Panshan Highway, the tree-lined Mount Ento also has several trails used by local residents. It's very suitable for walking up. When climbing up the mountain along the highway, you can stop at the mountainside and enjoy the magnificent panorama of the city.
Passing N times by bus, I just didn't go in and have a close look.
Very beautiful place, natural beauty, Eser rare attractions.
Mt. Ento is the highest peak in Addis Ababa, at an altitude of 3,200 meters. There are palaces built by the former Ethiopian emperor Monilick II.
The transportation is convenient, the environment is very good, the whole family like it.
The mountain scenery is excellent, the altitude is more than 3 sq m, the air is a little sparse, walk slowly. Walk and enjoy.