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Alemneh Wase BeZehabesha – The case of Lalibela

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Ethiopia News – Zehabesha News | Alemneh Wase BeZehabesha – The instance of Lalibela August 6, 2021. In an uneven area in the core of Ethiopia, around 645 km from Addis Ababa, eleven middle age solid holy places were cut out of rock. Their structure is credited to King Lalibela who set off to build in the twelfth century ‘Another Jerusalem’ after Muslim victories ended Christian journeys to the Holy Land.

Lalibela thrived after the decay of the Aksum Empire. There are two primary gatherings of chapels – toward the north of the stream Jordan: Biete Medhani Alem (House of the Savior of the World), Biete Mariam (House of Mary), Biete Maskal (House of the Cross), Biete Denagel (House of Virgins), Biete Golgotha Mikael (House of Golgotha Mikael); and toward the south of the waterway, Biete Amanuel (House of Emmanuel).

Biete Qeddus Mercoreus (House of St. Mercoreos), Biete Abba Libanos (House of Abbot Libanos), Biete Gabriel Raphael (House of Gabriel Raphael), and Biete Lehem (House of Holy Bread). The 11th church, Biete Ghiorgis (House of St. George), is confined from the others yet associated with an arrangement of channels.

The chapels were not built in a conventional manner but instead were cut from the living stone of solid squares. These squares were additionally etched out, shaping entryways, windows, segments, different floors, rooftops, and so on This monstrous work was additionally finished with a broad arrangement of seepage ditches, channels, and stately entries, some with openings to loner caverns and tombs.

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