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[UPDATE] Ethiopia: What's New in Amhara! Today Tuesday 23 Oct 2018

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Alamata is a town and separate wereda ('Alamata Town') in northern Ethiopia. Located in the Debubawi (Southern) zone of the Amhara region (or kilil), it has a latitude and longitude of 12°25′N 39°33′E and an elevation of 1520 meters above sea level and is located along Ethiopian Highway 2. It is surrounded by Alamata

On 14 December 1895, Emperor Menilek's passed through Alamata on their way northwards against the Italians. Arbegnoch under British leadership, liberated the town from Italian control during the Second World War on 5 May 1941; it was at the southern edge of the Woyane rebellion of 1943.[1] On 14 December 1895, Emperor Menilek's passed through Alamata on their way northwards against the Italians.


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