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Italo-Eritrea Archeologists Discover Horn of Africa’s Oldest Churches

…. dates back to the second half of the 4th century.

The oldest churches in the Horn of Africa has been discovered in the ancient city of Adulis by a group of researchers from Eritrea and Italia. (photo: Ansa)

BY ANSA *

An Italo-Eritrean mission found remains of two early Christian churches, which dates back to the second half of the 4th century, and, therefore, it is estimated that the Horn of Africa Christianity would have extended few decades after the Decree of Costantino, who, in 313 AD, made the practice of faith free. Continue reading Italo-Eritrea Archeologists Discover Horn of Africa’s Oldest Churches

Northern Red Sea Region: Hub and Origin of All-Round Development

The Economic hub and beautiful port city of Massawa

By Kesete Ghebrehiwet,

THE Northern Red Sea region which embraces different historic sites and which possesses vast agricultural areas is also believed to be a cradle of human beings and all sorts of civilizations.

While it is the longest of all, Northern Red Sea region ranks second from all regions of Eritrea in its overall geographical area. This region is bordered on the south by Southern Red Sea region, on the west by Anseba, on the south eastern by Southern and Central regions, on the north by Sudan, and on the east vastly by the Red Sea. Continue reading Northern Red Sea Region: Hub and Origin of All-Round Development

The Breath Taking Beauty of Dessei Island

Dessei Island Eritrea – Miraculously Beautiful

By Berhane Woldu,

A frenzied sprawl of 1 million people, Northern Red Sea Region is the third largest of the six regions of Eritrea and covers an area of 23,384 square kilometers of which 49 percent is plain land, 44 percent mountains and hills and the seven percent is of volcanic land.  Continue reading The Breath Taking Beauty of Dessei Island