Timkat is three days celebration, which is held by all the people. It reminds the people of John the Baptist's blessing of Christ in the River Jordan.Read more
Zan-Seyoum Hotel as the name tells, it is located in the Medieval Period Town of Lalibela in North Ethiopia. Lalibela Town which is formerly known by the name Roha was the seat of the Zagwe Dynasty that ruled Ethiopia for 333 years until the year 1270A.D. and Roha was not only centre of power of the Zagwe Dynasty but it is also the center of pilgrimage since the times of the Zagwe Dynasty Kings until present day.
Ashendye marks the end of a two-week-long fast known as Filseta when adherents of Ethiopian orthodox Tewahedo church gather to honour the Virgin Mary.The word “Ashendye” is currently used both in Amharic and Tigrigna language to denote a vertical sewerage channel that passes water down to the ground from the top of a roof.Read more
Ethiopia Christmas(Gena) is one of the greatest and most colorful festivals on the Ethiopian calendar. At Lalibela, it is celebrated with greater devotion, chanting, dancing, and singing around the rock-hewn churches that were built more than 800 years ago.Read more