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English: Addis Abeba, Ethiopia. From top to bottom, left to right: Addis Abeba city hall, Lion of Judah Monument, Tiglachin monument, St Georges cathedral, Yekatit 12 adebabay, Addis train station, Miyazya 27 adebabay,Addis from Entoto and Meskel adebabay
Date 31 August 2009
Source travail personnel (own work: made from commons pictures)
Author Vob08


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