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Visit Eritrea 13h
A really great city to visit
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Visit Eritrea Sep 17
"Asmara was first settled in 800 BC with a population ranging from 100 to 1000. The city was then founded in the 12th century CE after four separate villages unified to live together peacefully after long periods of conflict."
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Seble Ephrem Sep 16
These not by 😎🤣 spotlessly blue skies of - . As seen from???
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Paulos M Natnael Sep 17
Yes, but I think you meant Arbaete ኣርባዕተ (four) indicating the number of villages involved, not the women. ኣስመራ (Asmera) of course referring to the women. Over the centuries, the “four” was dropped and alone continued to used.
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Eritrea Forever 🇪🇷 Sep 13
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History of Eritrea Sep 14
This Day in |n History. On Sept. 15 1952, the relinquished power in Eritrea & mandated Federation against the will of Eritrean ppl wz took effect. Ethiopian military occupied , , & Mai-Habar. A DARK DAY TO ERITREAN PEOPLE 1/3
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world_trade_bot Sep 17
We arrived in the city of . The residents were triumphant and eager. We traded many 🦐 in exchange for a few 👠.
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world_trade_bot Sep 17
We came by ferry to the city of . The habitants were enthralled and astonished. We traded a lot of ⚽️ in exchange for heaps of 🤟.
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world_trade_bot Sep 16
We arrived by car to the city of . The locals were content and surprised. We traded a mix of 🎟 in exchange for a giant 🐲.
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fedayeen Sep 14
Replying to @semaetatina
What a joke🤣🤣🤣. That is lame. U must be be out of your mind to expect socio-economic prosperity from a junta that can not provide drinking water to residents 3 decades after independence. Pls revisit your tweet
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Visit Eritrea Sep 14
Asmara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its well-preserved modernist architecture
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Teme Sep 17
My absolute favorite house in
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Woldeab Berhane Sep 15
Replying to @bereketbwoldeab
principled & no-nonsense veteran of z liberation struggle who gave 30 yrs of his life for z liberation & freedom of only to be banished 18 yrs back. His mother would go to her grave grieving his loss; &, were he to return to his house in today, he will 2/11
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world_trade_bot Sep 12
We entered the city of . The natives were optimistic but depressed. We traded a giant 🐚 in exchange for loads of 💄.
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The Revolution is coming!! Awet N' Hizbi 13h
WHEN ARE WE GOING TO TAKE OUR STRUGGLE FACE TO FACE BOOTS ON THE GROUND?
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Eritrean Action Group 1h
Aida makes noise where there is no noise.. is this high-level barking or is 's robocall activity working? Two romancer in one family trying portraying scare scenarios must be result from confused cheap propaganda rather than from objective facts in . Peace naysayer!
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Eritrea Forever 🇪🇷 16h
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Senaey Abraha Sep 16
The current longest-ruling Dictator in the history of the , , had concluded a visit to , where no one was particularly looking forward to seeing him, and made it back to , where no one had ever wished for his return!
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frank cardoza Sep 14
My Road to Past, Present, Future Tita by Frank
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Mussie Sibhatu 🕇☪️ 🇪🇷 Sep 13
Freestyle dance in downtown. 🇪🇷🇪🇷
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