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On the road with Stawberry Fields Eco-Lodge, Konso, Ethiopia
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We enjoyed wandering through this old village. It’s been actively inhabited for hundreds of years. It’s actually a small city! The meeting areas and homes have an ancient feel to them!
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Konso tribe which has a variety of clans has very elaborate villages all of which are curiously surrounded by large walls, with especially impressive compounds for their kings. They also have large community dwellings for ceremonies. It is not surprising that UNESCO included
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I will not write for the museum.I will write for the experience that I met for first time after visiting 109 countries all around the world.Coming out of the 4WD a had a transparent bag with pencils and candies.As all around Ethiopia a lot of children are appeared from nowhere
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We hired Haile Ethiopian Tours-Arba Minch for a day trip from the Emerald Resort. Arriving at the Konso Visitor Center at 11 AM, our driver registered and paid for the guide who directed us to this Museum. From its elevated position over the town, he first pointed out the New
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We were looking forward to visit the place after spending time in the village. The place itself is nicely built, but the exhibits are all in semi-darkness, and you basically need a torch to read the interesting texts. The staff is totally bored, no knowledge and no inclination
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