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Sembel

Sembel was the site of a village near Asmara. It was subsequently made a suburb of the capital to its south. Immediately after the Eritrean War of Independence, a large government subsidized housing project was constructed in the area. During its ...

                                               

Luke Manor

The earliest mentionings of Luke Manor German: Lugden originate from 1557, but it may have been established in 1299 by Johann von Lowenwolde. The main building has been destroyed twice, first during the Livonian War and again during World War II. ...

                                               

Suuremõisa Park

Suuremõisa Park is the largest park on the Estonian island of Hiiumaa. It is in the village of Suuremõisa, which itself surrounds Suuremõisa Manor. The park covers 45 hectares. The manor and park are Estonian cultural heritage monument number 236 ...

                                               

Kurtna Lake District

The Kurtna Lake District is located in north-eastern Estonia. It consists of about 40 lakes within an area of 30 hectares. The lakes were formed while the area was glaciated. The Kurtna Landscape Protection Area was established in 1987 to preserv ...

                                               

Luyengo

Luyengo is a town in western Eswatini. It is located 35 kilometres south of the capital, Mbabane, on the MR18 highway, at the junction of the road south to Mankayane and Mgazini. Luyengo was the site of the Swaziland Agricultural College, which b ...

                                               

Matsapha

Matsapha is a town in central Eswatini. The Matsapha urban boundary is defined in the Urban Government Act of 1969, and it was amended in 2012, and it covers an area approximately 2.000 hectares. Matsapha was established as an industrial park in ...

                                               

Simunye

Simunye is a sugar mill town on the lowveld in eastern Eswatini. Almost all of the residents of the town work for the Royal Swaziland Sugar Corporations sugar mill located nearby. The town is located about 30 kilometres 19 mi south of the border ...

                                               

List of national parks of Swaziland

Protected areas of Eswatini include any geographical area protected for a specific use inside the landlocked country of Eswatini, in southern Africa. Within Eswatini there is a mix of national, private and community-owned protected areas. They in ...

                                               

Malolotja National Park

Malolotja National Park covers 18.000 hectares of mountain wilderness on Eswatinis northwestern border with South Africa. The park includes Ngwenya Mountain, Eswatinis second highest mountain, and Malolotja Falls which drop 89 metres, the highest ...

                                               

Mbuluzi Game Reserve

Mbuluzi Game Reserve is a privately owned reserve in Eswatini, within the Lubombo Conservancy. There are 3 lodges privately situated on the Mlawula River, and a campsite, situated above some rapids in the Mbuluzi River.

                                               

Mkhaya Game Reserve

It is situated in lowveld wilderness in the southeast of Eswatini and is made up of acacia-dominated thornveld in the south and broadleaf sandveld in the north. The reserve has many dry riverbeds, is dotted with waterholes and has a network of ga ...

                                               

Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary

The sanctuary serves as a headquarters for the Big Game Parks including Mlilwanes sister reserves Hlane Royal National Park and Mkhaya Game Reserve. The Sanctuary covers 4.560 hectares in the Ezulwini Valley or "Valley of Heaven". Formerly a farm ...

                                               

Royal Jozini

The Royal Jozini Big 6 Private Estate is a private game reserve, currently under development. It is located in the foothills of the Lubombo Mountains and includes the northern part of Lake Jozini in Swaziland. It is part of the Nsubane-Pongola Tr ...

                                               

Ezulwini Valley

Ezulwini Valley is a valley of northwest Eswatini. Also known as "The Valley of Heaven", the valley lasts for about 30 kilometres, and is bounded to the east by the Mdzimba hills. The historical capital of Swaziland Lobamba is located in the vall ...

                                               

Lebombo Mountains

The Lebombo Mountains, also called Lubombo Mountains, are an 800 km-long, narrow range of mountains in Southern Africa. They stretch from Hluhluwe in KwaZulu-Natal in the south to Punda Maria in the Limpopo Province in South Africa in the north. ...

                                               

Lubombo Region

Lubombo is a region of Eswatini, located in the east of the country. It has an area of 5.849.11 km² and a population of 212.531. Its administrative center is Siteki. It borders all three other regions: Hhohho to the north, Manzini to the west, an ...

                                               

Mankayane

Mankayane is a town located in the Manzini region of Eswatini. This small town services the chiefdom of Velezizweni. Nearby are the extensive man-made forests which cover much of the high veld areas of Eswatini. The area around Mankayane is also ...

                                               

Mliba

Mliba is a town geographically located on east central Eswatini, on the South East of Africa. It is located on the MR5 route to the northeast of Manzini, between the towns of Luve and Madlangempisi.The late Chief Malamulela Magagula was the autho ...

                                               

Piggs Peak

Piggs Peak is a town in northwestern Eswatini. It was founded around gold prospecting in 1884, but its main industry is now forestry. The Phophonyane Falls lie near the town. Piggs Peak Casino takes its name from the area. In 2001 the 115m high w ...

                                               

Sibebe

Sibebe is a granite mountain in Eswatini, located 10 km from the capital city Mbabane. It is the second-largest monolith in the world and the largest exposed granite pluton, rising 350m above the valley of the Mbuluzi River. It is also known as B ...

                                               

Oromia Region

The Oromia Region is one of the nine regional states of Ethiopia, the homeland of the Oromo. It is bordered by the Somali Region to the east; the Amhara Region, the Afar Region and the Benishangul-Gumuz Region to the north; South Sudan, Gambela R ...

                                               

Lake Abijatta

According to the Statistical Abstract of Ethiopia for 1967/68, the lake is 17 kilometers long and 15 km wide, with a surface area of 205 square kilometers. It has a maximum depth of 14 meters and is at an elevation of 1.573 meters. Along the nort ...

                                               

Abijatta-Shalla National Park

Abijatta-Shalla National Park is one of the National Parks of Ethiopia. It is located in the Oromia Region and the Ethiopian Highlands region, 200 kilometers south of Addis Ababa, and east of the Ziway–Shashamane highway. It contains 887 square k ...

                                               

Abul Kasim (mountain)

Abul Kasim is a mountain in southeastern Ethiopia. Located in the Arsi Zone of the Oromia Region, this mountain has an elevation of 2.573 metres above sea level. It is the highest point in Seru woreda. Although this mountain has great importance ...

                                               

Ahmar Mountains

The Ahmar Mountains is a mountain range of the Ethiopian Highlands, located in the eastern Oromia Region of Ethiopia. The range has an average elevation of 2.965 metres 9.728 ft above sea level. The mountain range is located approximately 11 km 7 ...

                                               

Akaki River

The Akaki is a river of central Ethiopia. It is a tributary of the Awash River on the right side. Two smaller rivers join the Akaki at the Aba-Samuel reservoir. These two rivers are the Little Akaki and the Great Akaki; the former is on the weste ...

                                               

Urgoma Mountains

The Bale Mountains, in the Oromia Region of southeast Ethiopia, south of the Awash River, are part of the Ethiopian Highlands. They include Tullu Demtu, the second-highest mountain in Ethiopia, and Mount Batu. The Weyib River, a tributary of the ...

                                               

Baro River

The Baro River is a river in southwestern Ethiopia, which defines part of Ethiopias border with South Sudan. From its source in the Ethiopian Highlands it flows west for 306 kilometres to join the Pibor River. The Baro-Pibor confluence marks the ...

                                               

Mount Chilalo

Mount Chilalo is an isolated, extinct silicic volcanic mountain in southeastern Ethiopia. Its highest point, in the Arsi Zone of the Oromia Region, is located on the border between the Hitosa and Tiyo woreda. The mountain has an elliptical base a ...

                                               

Dabus River

The Dabus River is a north-flowing tributary of the Abay River in southwestern Ethiopia; it joins its parent stream at 10°36′38″N 35°8′58″E. The Dabus has a drainage area of about 21.032 square kilometers. This river was formerly known as the Yab ...

                                               

Didessa River

The Didessa River is a river in western Ethiopia. A tributary of the Abay River, it rises in the mountains of Gomma, flowing in a northwestern direction to its confluence where the course of the Abay has curved to its southernmost point before tu ...

                                               

Ganale Doria River

The Ganale Doria River is a perennial river in southeastern Ethiopia. Rising in the mountains east of Aleta Wendo, the Ganale flows south and east to join with the Dawa at the border with Somalia to become the Jubba. The rivers tributaries includ ...

                                               

Gebba River

The Gebba is a river of southwestern Ethiopia. It is a tributary of the Baro River, which is created when the Gebba joins the Birbir at latitude and longitude 8°14′28″N 34°57′39″E. The river is the planned site for the twin Gebba Hydro electric p ...

                                               

Lake Basaka

Lake Basaka is a shallow, saline lake in the Oromia Region of central Ethiopia. It is located in the Great Rift Valley about 200 kilometres south east of the capital Addis Ababa. The lake is at an elevation of 950 metres.

                                               

Lake Shala

The lake is 28 kilometers long and 12 wide, with a surface area of 329 square kilometers. It has a maximum depth of 266 meters and is at an elevation of 1.558 meters. As such, it is the deepest of Ethiopias Rift Valley lakes. Known for the sulphu ...

                                               

Mount Fentale

Fentale is a stratovolcano located in the Oromia Region, Ethiopia. It is the highest point of Fentale woreda. Philip Briggs describes Mount Fentale being crowned by a 350 meter deep crater. Briggs concludes that this volcano "is responsible for t ...

                                               

Mount Welel

Mount Welel is a mountain in southwestern Ethiopia. Located in the Mirab Welega Zone of the Oromia Region, it has an elevation of 3.301 metres above sea level. Characterized by twin peaks, Welel is the highest point in the Zone and Hawa Welele wo ...

                                               

Muger River

The Muger River is a north-flowing tributary of the Abay River in central Ethiopia, which is notable for its deep gorge. Its confluence with the Abay is at: 9°55′07″N 37°55′50″E. Tributaries of the Muger include the Labbu. The Muger has a drainag ...

                                               

Abiy Addi

Abiy Addi is a town in central Tigray, Ethiopia. It has a latitude and longitude of 13°37′23″N 39°00′06″E with an elevation ranging from 1917 to 2275 meters above sea level. Abiy Addi is at the southeastern edge of the Kola Tembien woreda, of whi ...

                                               

Sesemat

Addi Azmera is a tabia or municipality in the Dogua Tembien district of the Tigray Region of Ethiopia. The name refers to good spring rains, in relation to the local microclimate. The tabia centre is in Tukhul town, located approximately half-way ...

                                               

Chiwa

Addi Walka is a tabia or municipality in the Dogua Tembien district of the Tigray Region of Ethiopia. The tabia centre is in Kelkele village, located approximately 16 km northeast of the woreda town Hagere Selam.

                                               

Dagiyergis

Addilal is a tabia or municipality in the Dogua Tembien district of the Tigray Region of Ethiopia. The tabia centre is in Addilal village, located approximately 19 km to the east of the woreda town Hagere Selam.

                                               

Segenet

Amanit is a tabia or municipality in the Dogua Tembien district of the Tigray Region of Ethiopia. The tabia centre is Addi Qeshofo village, located approximately 15 km to the southeast of the woreda town Hagere Selam.

                                               

Medayq

Arebay is a tabia or municipality in the Dogua Tembien district of the Tigray Region of Ethiopia organised around the Arebay mountain peaks. The tabia centre is in Arebay village, located approximately 13 km to the east-northeast of the woreda to ...

                                               

Mahba

Aregen is a tabia or municipality in the Dogua Tembien district of the Tigray Region of Ethiopia. The tabia centre is in Addi Gotet village, located approximately 11 km to the west-southwest of the woreda town Hagere Selam.

                                               

Raisot

Ayninbirkekin is a tabia or municipality in the Dogua Tembien district of the Tigray Region of Ethiopia. The tabia centre is in Halah village, located approximately 8 km to the east of the woreda town Hagere Selam.

                                               

Qalaqil

Debre Nazret is a tabia or municipality in the Dogua Tembien district of the Tigray Region of Ethiopia. The tabia centre is in Togogwa village, located approximately 19 km to the east-southeast of the woreda town Hagere Selam.

                                               

Dabba Selama

Degol Woyane is a tabia or municipality in the Dogua Tembien district of the Tigray Region of Ethiopia. It includes Dabba Selama, the oldest monastery of Ethiopia, and the most inaccessible in the world. The tabia centre is in Zala village, locat ...

                                               

Mitslal Afras

Emni Ankelalu is a tabia or municipality in the Dogua Tembien district of the Tigray Region of Ethiopia. The tabia centre is in Mitslal Afras village, located approximately 20 km to the east of the woreda town Hagere Selam.

                                               

Ruba Weyni

Haddinnet, also transliterated as Hadnet, is a tabia or municipality in the Dogua Tembien district of the Tigray Region of Ethiopia. The tabia centre is in Addi Idaga village, located approximately 6.5 km to the northeast of the woreda town Hager ...

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