Zehabesha Enjoy 1:15 long stretches of astounding Blue Nile Falls! This video highlights amazing regular view and cascade sounds that are ideal for rest, study, reflection, and yoga. The Blue Nile Falls is a cascade on the Blue Nile stream in Ethiopia. It is known as Tis Abay in Amharic, signifying “incredible smoke”. It is arranged on the upper course of the waterway, around 30 km downstream from the town of Bahir Dar and Lake Tana. The falls are one of Ethiopia’s most popular vacation destinations.
The falls are 42 meters high, comprising of four streams that initially shifted from a stream in the dry season to more than 400 meters wide in the stormy season. The guideline of Lake Tana presently diminishes the variety to some degree, and since 2003 a hydroelectric station has removed a significant part of the stream from the falls besides during the stormy season. The Blue Nile Falls segregate the biology of Lake Tana from the nature of the remainder of the Nile, and this confinement has assumed a part in the development of the endemic fauna of the lake.
A brief distance downstream from the falls sits the primary stone scaffold developed in Ethiopia, which worked at the order of Emperor Susenyos in 1626. As indicated by Manuel de Almeida, stone for making lime had been found close by along the feeder Alata, and an expert who had come from India with Afonso Mendes, the Orthodox Patriarch of Ethiopia, directed the development.