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Ethiopia info adults

Ethiopia info adults - Ethiopia for Teachers Fulbright-Hays...

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Ethiopia for Teachers Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad grant July 1-31, 2010 17 educators from 7 states across the U.S. Co-sponsored by Kansas State University and Ethiopia Reads
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Ethiopia AFRICA
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Ethiopian Flag
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Ethiopia’s neighbors: Sudan, Eritrea, Djibouti, Somalia, Kenya
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“Claims to Fame” Only country in Africa never colonized – was occupied by Italy for 5 years Lake Tana is the source of the Blue Nile, which joins with the White Nile to become the longest river in the world. Lucy’s bones, hominid bones dating back 4.4 million years Legend says the Ark of the Covenant is located in Ethiopia Biblical account of Queen of Sheba visiting Jerusalem. Legend says son of Queen of Sheba and King Solomon founded Ethiopian empire.
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Ethiopia 13 months of sunshine! Capital city: Addis Ababa Population: 85 million people Area: almost twice the size of Texas Currency: birr 13 birr = $1 U.S.
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