Ethiopia 's And Its Surrounding Country

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Ethiopia is in east-center Africa, bordered on the west by the Sudan, the east by Somalia and Djibouti, the south by Kenya, and the northeast by Eritrea.
The following map shows Ethiopia’s and its surrounding country.

Physical geography:
Ethiopia has several high mountains. The highest is Ras Dashan. The Blue Nile, or Abbai, rises in the northwest and flows in a great semicircle before entering the Sudan. Its chief reservoir, Lake Tana, lies in the northwest.
In 2014, the population was 96,506,031. The growth rate is 3.02%. The birth rate is 42.59/1000. The infant mortality rate is 75.29/1000, and the life expectancy is 56.56, density per sq km: 69.
The following map shows the city of Mekelle. Mekelle city located in Tigrau Region, the city is one of the fastest growing urban area in Ethiopia and the sixth largest city in the country.

Ethiopia considered to be one of the most under-developed, highest poverty level, and one of the fastest growing countries in the world with a growth rate of 3.02%. It’s one of the largest landlocked countries in the continent of Africa. According to United Nations projections, Ethiopia is the 13th most populous country. It’s the second largest country in Africa. In addition Ethiopia filled with a rich culture and heritage. It’s the home of various ethnicities, and religious. Islam and Christianity are the most practiced religious in Ethiopia. There are eighty-six known indigenous language in Ethiopia,…
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