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The journey from Addis Abeba to Djibouti lasts two days, you need to exchange train at Dire Dawa, an ethiopian village 472 km far from Addis Abeba. The entire crossing mesures 780 km, and the average speed of the train is 30 km h. Paises Da Africa, Horn Of Africa, Bus Station, Train Station, Ethiopia Travel, Addis Abeba, Culture Travel, Tanzania, Journey

Addis Ababa railway station - Ethiopia

Addis Ababa railway station, connecting Adis to Djibouti. The Addis Ababa railway terminal, called La Gare (because of the french control over it in the past), is a centuryold historical building. The railway connection between Djibouti port and Addis Ababa was built by the Imperial Railway Company of Ethiopia, founded in 1894, and was opened in 1917. France owned the Djibouti part of the line, but transferred this ownership to the Djiboutian government after independence in 1977…

Djibouti does not answer anymore - Dire Dawa train station Ethiopia Ethiopian People, Traffic Congestion, Eritrean, Eric Lafforgue, Addis Ababa, How To Speak French, Train Station, African Art, 1970s

Djibouti does not answer anymore - Dire Dawa train station Ethiopia

The railway connection between Djibouti port and Addis Ababa was built by the Imperial Railway Company of Ethiopia, founded in 1894, and was opened in 1917. France owned the Djibouti part of the line, but transferred this ownership to the Djiboutian government after independence in 1977. Later, ownership of the entire railway went to the Ethio-Djibouti Railways company. Since the 1970s, the railway's quality has been deteriorating and its importance cut down as more and more of transported…

On the legendary Djibouti - Addis Ababa railway... The railway connection between Djibouti port and Addis Ababa was built by the Imperial Railway Company of Ethiopia, founded in 1894, and was opened in 1917. France owned the Djibouti part of the line, but transferred this ownership to the Djiboutian government after independence in 1977. Later, ownership of the entire railway went to the Ethio-Djibouti Railways company. Since the 1970s, the railway's quality has been deteriorating and its… Ethiopian People, Traffic Congestion, Eric Lafforgue, Addis Ababa, How To Speak French, African Art, 1970s, Connection, Eritrean

Debre Zeit railway station, Ethiopia

On the legendary Djibouti - Addis Ababa railway... The railway connection between Djibouti port and Addis Ababa was built by the Imperial Railway Company of Ethiopia, founded in 1894, and was opened in 1917. France owned the Djibouti part of the line, but transferred this ownership to the Djiboutian government after independence in 1977. Later, ownership of the entire railway went to the Ethio-Djibouti Railways company. Since the 1970s, the railway's quality has been deteriorating and its…

“ The train from Djibouti town heads for the southern border, end of the line after Somalis cut the rails to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital. Djibouti’s economy was derailed, losing half a million dollars a month in customs duties from the railway,. National Geographic Photography, End Of The Line, Addis Ababa, World Geography, East Africa, Ethiopia, Past, Southern, Travel

Vintage National Geographic Scans

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Today I am drinking Wush Wush tea, a fine, strong tea grown in the highlands of Ethiopia. Wush Wush Tea Plantation is located 1900 m above sea level with 1249 hectares dedicated to tea and 977 growing eucalyptus, which is used for drying tea at the plantation factories. Its flavor is like that for a strong Assam, but with spicy hints that do indeed remind one of an Ethiopian restaurant. Ethiopian Restaurant, Sea Level, Factories, Highlands, Drinking, Spicy, Vineyard, Strong, Tea

Today I am drinking Wush Wush tea, a fine, strong tea grown in the highlands of Ethiopia. Wush Wush Tea Plantation is located 1900 m above sea level with 1249 hectares dedicated to tea and 977 growing eucalyptus, which is used for drying tea at the plantation factories. Its flavor is like that for a strong Assam, but with spicy hints that do indeed remind one of an Ethiopian restaurant.

Map of Ethiopia, colonial Somalia, and Eritrea. Shows railroads, rivers, mountains and towns. Fascinating index of town populations lower margin. Color lithograph from Old Maps, Vintage Maps, Ethiopia, Rivers, Colonial, Around The Worlds, Mountains, Travel, Color

Map of Ethiopia, colonial Somalia, and Eritrea. Shows railroads, rivers, mountains and towns. Fascinating index of town populations lower margin. Color lithograph from 1936.