I made 12 visits to Addis Ababa during the last 3 and a half years and seldom find time for tourism due to my busy schedule. I did find time to visit the holy trinity cathedral and loved the stain glass and rich history. It was described to me as the Ethopian equivalent of Westminster Abbey. The honourable Halie Selassi's tomb is pretty impressive, though taking a photo can be hard as there is no flash permitted. Worth a look if you have someone knowledgeable to show you around.
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