Ethnographic Museum

Toward the end of our second day in Addis Ababa, we went to the Ethnographic Museum of the Institute of Ethiopian Studies. The name sounds a bit musty, and the museum lives up to its name, but there's still a lot of interesting stuff.

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One out of hundreds of icon paintings in Ethiopian Orthodox style.


Pages of a sacred book.


Portrait of Haile Selassie, reflected in a mirror in his bedroom.

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