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The mercurial French poet Arthur Rimbaud found a refuge from his earlier life in his ‘beloved Harar,’ where he became a merchant and arms dealer.

Where Rimbaud Found Peace in Ethiopia

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Emirs Place, the gated city of Harar, Ethiopia 16th Century

Emirs Place, the gated city of Harar, Ethiopia Century

Harar Ethiopia.

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The Fasil Ghebbi Castle also called the Camelot of Africa. Located in the country of Ethiopia. This is NOT a slave castle and was NOT designed and built by European people NOR Arab people.The most prominent of several castles in the fortress-city of Fasil Ghebbi in Gonder, known dreamily as the Camelot of Africa, Fasilides Castle is named after the Ethiopian Emperor who had it built during the Mid 17th century. Gonder is home to several other castles, including those of Yohannes and David…

The Fasil Ghebbi Castle also called the Camelot of Africa. Located in the country of Ethiopia. This is NOT a slave castle and was NOT designed and built by European people NOR Arab people.The most prominent of several castles in the fortress-city of Fasil Ghebbi in Gonder, known dreamily as the Camelot of Africa, Fasilides Castle is named after the Ethiopian Emperor who had it built during the Mid 17th century. Gonder is home to several other castles, including those of Yohannes and David…

Getting to the Monastery. Debre Damo, Ethiopia.

Debre Damo Monastery - Debre Damo Monastery Debre Damo is the name of a flat-topped mountain, or amba, and a century monastery in northern Ethiopia.

Abyssinia. In a village. - BM Archives

In a village.

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