Ethic-Djibouti Train Stations – Leghar Babur Tabiya

Posted: March 17, 2014 in Ethiopia - the Secret of Africa
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It was established by Ethiopian and French government in the South central of Addis Ababa. Discussion of an Ethiopian Railway was initiated by Alfred IIg, an advisor to Emperor Menelik II (1889-1913). He had attempted to interest the previous emperor and other Ethiopian political figures in the construction of a railway to replace the six-wee mule trek between the capital and the French port city, but had no success. When Menelik acceded to the throne in 1889, negotiations began a new and a decree was granted on February 11, 1893, to study the construction of rail line.

Ethio-Djibouti Train Stations – Leghar Babur Tabiya

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