Ethopian dating


Ethiopia is the only African country never to have been colonized, although an Italian occupation occurred from 1936 to 1941.In addition to the monarchy, whose imperial line can be traced to King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, the Ethiopian Orthodox Church was a major force in that, in combination with the political system, it fostered nationalism with its geographic center in the highlands.The plateau is between six thousand and ten thousand feet above sea level, with the highest peak being Ras Deshan, the fourth-tallest mountain in Africa.Addis Ababa is the third-highest capital city in the world.In the highlands is Lake Tana, the source of the Blue Nile, which supplies the great majority of water to the Nile River Valley in Egypt.



Semitic-language speakers predominantly live in the highlands in the center and north.Some peaks in the Simyen Mountains receive periodic snowfall, while the average temperature of the Danakil is 120 degrees Fahrenheit in the day time.The high central plateau is mild, with a mean average temperature of 62 degrees Fahrenheit.English is the most widely spoken foreign language and the language in which secondary school and university classes are taught.

French is heard occasionally in parts of the country near Djibouti, formerly French Somaliland.

These conceptions of Ethiopia were geographically vague.