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Ethiopia is the tenth biggest nation in Africa, covering 439,580 square miles (1,138,512 square kilometers) and is the significant constituent of the landmass known as the Horn of Africa. It is verged on the north and upper east by Eritrea, on the east by Djibouti and Somalia, on the south by Kenya, and on the west and southwest by Sudan. 

 

The focal level, known as the good countries, is encircled on three sides by desert with an essentially lower rise. The level is between 6,000 and ten thousand feet above ocean level, with the most noteworthy pinnacle being Ra Eshan, the fourth-tallest mountain in Africa. Addis Ababa is the third-most elevated capital city on the planet. 

 

The Great Rift Valley (known for revelations of early primates, for example, Lucy, whose bones live in the Ethiopian National Museum) divides the focal level. The valley expands southwest through the nation and incorporates the Anakin Depression, a desert containing the least dry point on the earth. In the good countries is Lake Lana, the wellspring of the Blue Nile, which supplies the extraordinary lion's share of water to the Nile River Valley in Egypt. 

 

Ethiopia is the tenth biggest nation in Africa, covering 439,580 square miles (1,138,512 square kilometers) and is the significant constituent of the landmass known as the Horn of Africa. It is verged on the north and upper east by Eritrea, on the east by Djibouti and Somalia, on the south by Kenya, and on the west and southwest by Sudan.

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