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Rock-Hewn Churches, Lalibela

Reviewed March 2, Save your favorites. It seems likely that churches continued to be built as well as hewn cut out of rock. The Ethiopian calendar is approximately seven years and three months behind the Gregorian calendar. Spanish Has a very nice view of the valley.

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This was my second visit and I was just as blown away. Do you belive the 11 churches all carved from single rock?? I waas crying when to see the 2 story building of bete -Amanuel,bete merkorios Additionally the local guides awaiting us from Hotel facilitated us horse ride to another country side, hilly church Asheton Mariam and Yimrehne Kirstos. This scene is a community sustainable development run by locals I Never seen such kind of church freestanding and monolithic church in the world.

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Filter reviews. Traveler rating. Excellent 1, Very good Average It is a sacred place of devotion to this day, with a large population of priests, nuns and monks, and a place of pilgrimage, especially for Ethiopians. Its character, ecclesiastical objects, and spiritual practices are an important part of the local community and the country's traditional way of life. The conservation challenge is to safeguard all this.

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As a recently published book, Lalibela: Wonder of Ethiopia, points out: "The whole site is unbelievable--a capital city of which the religious edifices were hewn from the rock It required not only master builders and craftsmen of great talent, but much more than that, at the highest level, the vision and the will to achieve such an audacious and sophisticated project, to hew out of the rock in a limited amount of time so many statements of churches , each so different from the others.

A "monolith" is a large upright block of stone or rock. And Lalibela is most famous for the creation of perfectly monolithic churches--entirely rock-hewn structures in imitation of constructed buildings.

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Although there have been other rock-hewn churches in Ethiopia and also in other parts of the world, certain of those at Lalibela are incomparable. For example, at Abba Libanos House of the Abbot Libanos , a church appropriately dedicated to a miracle-worker, only the base is attached to the rock, all four sides detached. More than churches have been hewn from rock in Ethiopia, and 12 of these were created at Lalibela alone, a concentration in location and supposedly in time like no ocher, famous for their unmatched quality of architecture and decoration.