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Massawa.. On the way to the island

Meala Tesfamichael posted a photo:

Massawa.. On the way to the island




Massawa

Grand Dahlak Hotel




The serenity of the Red Sea in the port city of Massawa.

Meala Tesfamichael posted a photo:

The serenity of the Red Sea in the port city of Massawa.




Asmara market

One of Eritrea's wealth is the variety of healthy, bio, non-GMO food available.




On the way to Massawa

On the road to Massawa from Asmara, about 2 hours drive.




Keren

Walking around the city of Keren.




Asmara market

Eritrea is known for its natural, non-processed and no-GMO food.




Beautiful school girls

Just met a group of Eritrean school girls near the mosque of the city of Nakfa.
©Meala Tesfamichael / Eritrea 2011




Adi Quala

Walking towards my village near Adi Quala. Contemplating the water dam.

©Meala Tesfamichael/Eritrea 2012




The Faces of Nakfa

The beauty of a simple life in the historic city of Nakfa is shown through the beautiful smile and warm hospitality of its people.

Nakfa is the city known as the place of resilience for Eritreans. Indeed, during the Eritrean armed struggle for independence, Nakfa was the only place not occupied by the Ethiopians and home to the Eritrean People Liberation Front (EPLF). Although the town was bombarded and only the minaret of the mosque was standing.
The EPLF built trenches, underground hospitals, radio stations, printing press, factories. A must see town synomym of self-determination, self-reliance, struggle, independence.

©Meala Tesfamichael/Eritrea 2013




Nakfa: the place of Resilience

Walking around after the rain and happily surprised to see the amount of water pouring .

Nakfa is the city known as the place of resilience for Eritreans. Indeed, during the Eritrean armed struggle for independence, Nakfa was the only place not occupied by the Ethiopians and home to the Eritrean People Liberation Front (EPLF). Although the town was bombarded and only the minaret of the mosque was standing.
The EPLF built trenches, underground hospitals, radio stations, printing press, factories. A must see town synomym of self-determination, self-reliance, struggle, independence.

©Meala Tesfamichael/Eritrea 2013





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