Gerba Guracha (otherwise called Kuyyuu or Roobi; Afaan Oromo: Garba Gurraacha) is a town in focal Ethiopia. Situated in the North Shewa Zone of the Oromiya Region. It is an inland port city in Selale. It has a scope and longitude of 9°48′N 38°24′ECoordinates: 9°48′N 38°24′E and a height somewhere in the range of 2515 and 2547 meters above ocean level. It is the regulatory focus of Kuyu woreda.
This town has had telephone utility in any event as right on time as 1967. C.F. Rey specifies going through Gerba Guracha (which he depicts it as a town) in January 1927. Records at the Nordic Africa Institute site give subtleties of an elementary school there in 1968. In light of figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, Gebra Guracha has an expected all out populace of 19,830 of whom 9,184 were guys and 10,646 were females. The 1994 public statistics revealed this town had a complete populace of 11,113 of whom 4,981 were guys and 6,132 were females.
Fiche is a town in focal Ethiopia. It is the authoritative focus of the North Shewa Zone of Oromia and a different District. It is situated around three km from the principle Addis Ababa-Debre Marqos street, Fiche has a scope and longitude of 9°48′N 38°44′E and a height somewhere in the range of 2,738 and 2,782 meters above ocean level. Outstanding milestones in Fiche incorporate the holy places Fiche Giyorgis Bete Kristiyan and Fiche Medhane Alem Bete Kristiyan. The town is likewise home to a few eminent Ethiopian painters of strict topics: Alaqa Gebre Selassie Adil (1881–1975), Emealaf Hiruy (1907–1971), and Alefelege Selam (1924-).