Ethiopia (Cultures of the World, Third)

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Nestled in the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia is the oldest independent nation on the continent. This culturally diverse country has a rich and tumultuous history dating back thousands of years. In this book, readers will learn about the diverse landscape of Ethiopias past and present, including its peoples, geography, religion, economy, and culture.

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