The Rock-Hewn Churches in Lalibel refer to 11 different churches carved into the side of a mountain during medieval times. Historians estimate the cave churches to be from the thirteenth century.
Dallol is a famous volcanic crater which can be found in the Danakil Depression in Ethiopia. Dallol is known for the many hot springs in the area, which expel an acidic type of liquid. This gives the nearby water a greenish tint.
Ethiopia’s flag is green, yellow, and red and represents land, hope and peace, and strength. The yellow pentagram stands for the equality, diversity, and unity of the people.