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At first, I thought that this was a small pile of stones, however, after I walked inside of it I realized that this would be a mighty big palace even by more modern standards.
I recommend that you take a look for yourself, and try...More
Definitely some old ruins but the ruins of THE queen of Sheba? Well, I highly doubt that. Saba, Yemen is the more likely spot of Sheba, so say archaeologists, but even so, these are the supposed ruins of an Axumite noble from about the 4th...More
We weren't able to get a lot of information about this site (even though we had a guide) which limits understanding. But it is the Queen of Sheba's Palace and she is pretty important in the history of Ethiopia so worth a visit for that...More
We went to what is supposed to be the ruins of the castle of the Queen of Sheba. There is a platform from which visitors could view the ruins. Restoration work was going on within the structure. In the grounds is a lovely Euphorbia tree.
The ruins are not bad but definitely take a guided tour for full effect. It's alleged that the palace dates are much later than the Queen of Sheba but it's possible that her actual palace could be underneath. The ruins are in ok repair and...More