Konso people


  

  



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More than 20 diffrent ethnic groups are found in ethiopia . . .
More than 20 diffrent ethnic groups are found in ethiopia . . .More than 20 diffrent ethnic groups are found in ethiopia . . .More than 20 diffrent ethnic groups are found in ethiopia . . .More than 20 diffrent ethnic groups are found in ethiopia . . .
 

Karo people

The Karo live primarily in the village of Duss along the banks of the Omo and today their number is less than 600 individuals. As such, they are an endangered people. The Karo are especially noted for their exuberant body painting dances and celebrations. They differ from all of the other ethnic groups of the Omo in that they live in one main village. They are directly related to the Hamar, speaking a ditect of Hamar. The two tribes are descendants of a very ancient indigenous Omotic population whose origin has been never been determined. The Karo gaze their Goat and cattle on the same pastures as the Hamar


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Timket
The greatest festival of the year falling on 19 January, just two weeks after the Ethiopian Christmas. It is commemorated of Christ baptism in the Jordan river by John the b...

MESKEL
The word actually means “Cross” and the feast commemorates the discovery of the true cross by the empress Helena, which Jesus Christ was crucified (the mother of...

Enkutatash

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