• Asmara The Capital City of Eritrea is Beautiful.

    published: 16 Jul 2016
  • The capital city of Eritrea ASMARA by G.

    published: 01 Apr 2014
  • Eritrea, Asmara City Drive

    Cruisin through the streets of Asmara. This drive begins in Sembel (Enda Korea) Asmera, Eritrea and follows the Expo-Airport road, Tiravolo-Campo polo road, Fiat, Nyala Hotel and continues straight crossing Godona Harnet Ave and ending after Cinema Odeon. Left hand hold wheel, right hand hold video camera and driving through a beautiful city, priceless:-)

    published: 20 Nov 2014
  • Eritrea The Beautiful City of Asmara

    published: 15 Jun 2013
  • ERITREA/ETHIOPIA: ESCALATING CLASHES THREATEN TO SPIRAL INTO WAR

    English/Nat The guns were quiet in the Ethiopia-Eritrea conflict on Friday, but tension continued as the escalating clashes threaten to spiral into war. U-S and Rwandan diplomats were shuttling between the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa and the Eritrean capital Asmara to try to help resolve the conflict. In the Eritrean capital, Asmara, women marched and prayed for peace while people queued outside the offices of Eritrean airlines trying to leave the country. Eritrean women prayed and chanted to peace on the streets of the Eritrean capital of Asmara on Friday. Clashes on the Eritrea-Ethiopia border broke out on May 6 when Ethiopia accused Eritrea of occupying a swath of land along their border. The two sides differ over where Italy, the former colonial power, drew the bor...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Little Rome: Eritrea's capital Asmara seeks UNESCO heritage recognition

    *In an often forgotten corner of the Horn of Africa, Eritrea's capital boasts one of the world’s finest collections of early 20th century architecture and the authorities want it declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.* When Italy's colonial experiment in Eritrea ended in 1941, it left behind an array of Rationalist, Futurist, Art Deco and other Modernist styles in Asmara, a city whose historic art has changed little since the Italians lived and worked there. This. The "Miami of Eritrea". ERI… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2016/03/09/little-rome-eritrea-s-capital-asmara-seeks-unesco-heritage-recognition Africanews is a new pan-African media pioneering multilingual and independent news telling expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subscribe on ourYoutube channel : https://www.youtube...

    published: 09 Mar 2016
  • Eritrea: Heavy Icy Rain Covers Asmara| Eri-TV News

    ERI-TV: NEWS Asmara, 12 March 2014 -- Asmara city witnessed an ice rain of extensive distribution today in the afternoon hours, local time. Subsequently, a number of streets of the city experienced heavy flooding and ice clusters of 1-meter height in some cases, thus giving rise to traffic jam. A significant amount of rainfall has been registered in the capital city and its environs since last week, today's gauge being highly exceptional. =============================================== © 2014 Eritrea Ministry of Information: http://www.shabait.com

    published: 12 Mar 2014
  • Mussolini's City - Eritrea

    August 2004 In a small corner of Africa, Mussolini's unusual legacy survives. The Eritrean capital of Asmara is one of the world's best kept architectural secrets. Produced by ABC Australia Distributed by Journeyman Pictures

    published: 21 Jan 2008
  • Asmara --City -- Capital City of Eritrea

    Originally, according to Eritrean Tigrinya oral traditional history, there were four clans living in the Asmara area on the Kebessa Plateau: the Gheza Gurtom, the Gheza Shelele, the Gheza Serenser and Gheza Asmae. These towns fought each other until the women of each clan decided that to preserve peace the four clans must unite. The men accepted, hence the name Arbate Asmera. Arbate Asmara literally means, in the Tigrinya language, "the four (feminine plural) made them unite".[3] Eventually Arbate was dropped and it has been called Asmara which means "they [feminine, thus referring to the women] made them unite". There is still a district called Arbaete Asmara in the Administrations of Asmara. It is now called the Italianized version of the word Asmara. The westernized version of the name ...

    published: 07 Feb 2017
  • Eritrea - Welcome To Eritrea, Africa's Hidden Gem ©

    http://www.madote.com/ Did you know that more tourist (410,000 of them) visit Eritrea each year than all of Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia and djibouti combined?? (SOURCE: http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/eco_tou_arr-economy-tourist-arrivals ). Eritrea's Wildlife habitats: Eritrea is home to a RARE mix of inter-bred Indian and African elephants that mixed when the British invaded modern day Eritrea in 1878 with thousands of Indian elephants on a rescue mission of British hostages.(SOURCE: http://www.mcp.com.au/sinus/newsletters/newsletter-11/newsletter-11.html ) In addition to having a rare breed of Elephants, Eritrea is home to lions, greater kudu and Tora hartebeest, vervet monkey, olive baboon, pale or sand fox, common jackal, black-backed jackal, bat-eared fox, genet, African wild ca...

    published: 16 Jan 2007
  • Eritrea : Watch the spectacular fireworks display in the capital 2017

    published: 01 Jan 2017
  • Eritrea 2015/2016 Asmara City Drive Hubi und Ralph

    In Asmara ( Hauptstraße ).

    published: 17 Jan 2016
  • Eritrea

    1941

    published: 08 Jun 2015
  • ERITREA: (Little Rome, Italy) Most Beautiful City in Africa~Asmara (Capital City)

    Thank you for watching!! Please SUBSCRIBE, COMMENT, LIKE, SHARE.... The beautiful one and only Asmara!!

    published: 18 Apr 2015
  • "Eritrea-Where resilience is the enduring mindset"

    This Film will show the Eritrean People's ambitious and equally arduous journey to rebuild their war torn nation amidst a changing and hostile global environment. If any peoples to deserve to celebrate their independence in grand style-it is the Eritreans…and they did. Film - Overview 25 May 2016 marked Eritrea’s 25 Independence anniversary, an important milestone in the young nation’s history, a gallant history of triumph over successive colonialists, Ethiopia, being the last and bloodiest. Eritrea’s long and bitter 30 year struggle for independence began in 1961 after the Eritrean peoples’ right to self-determination was denied and peaceful efforts to restore Eritrea’s sovereignty and territorial integrity was denied by the powers to be. The war and endedhen the gallant Eritrean Peopl...

    published: 27 Oct 2016
  • Eritrea Travel: ASMARA's Hotels (Part 2)

    Asmara Eritrea's capital is situated on the eastern edge of Eritrea's highland plateau. Asmara enjoys a great climate, clean and picturesque streets, attractive palm trees, and a reputation as one of the safest, calm and alluring capital cities in Africa. "The people of Eritrea will always make you feel welcome and the country will always provide a diversity of activities and experiences that will have you wanting to come back for more." "Asmara is, by any standards, a very safe, picturesque and relaxed capital. " Eritrea - The Bradt Travel Guide "Constructed almost entirely between 1936 and 1941, Asmara was effectively a blank canvas on which its Italian colonizers were able to design and build their own urban utopia in East Africa...... owing to Asmara's relative obscurity and...

    published: 02 Nov 2007
Asmara The Capital City of Eritrea is Beautiful.

Asmara The Capital City of Eritrea is Beautiful.

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The capital city of Eritrea ASMARA by G.

The capital city of Eritrea ASMARA by G.

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Eritrea, Asmara City Drive

Eritrea, Asmara City Drive

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Cruisin through the streets of Asmara. This drive begins in Sembel (Enda Korea) Asmera, Eritrea and follows the Expo-Airport road, Tiravolo-Campo polo road, Fiat, Nyala Hotel and continues straight crossing Godona Harnet Ave and ending after Cinema Odeon. Left hand hold wheel, right hand hold video camera and driving through a beautiful city, priceless:-)
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Eritrea   The Beautiful City of Asmara

Eritrea The Beautiful City of Asmara

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ERITREA/ETHIOPIA: ESCALATING CLASHES THREATEN TO SPIRAL INTO WAR

ERITREA/ETHIOPIA: ESCALATING CLASHES THREATEN TO SPIRAL INTO WAR

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English/Nat The guns were quiet in the Ethiopia-Eritrea conflict on Friday, but tension continued as the escalating clashes threaten to spiral into war. U-S and Rwandan diplomats were shuttling between the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa and the Eritrean capital Asmara to try to help resolve the conflict. In the Eritrean capital, Asmara, women marched and prayed for peace while people queued outside the offices of Eritrean airlines trying to leave the country. Eritrean women prayed and chanted to peace on the streets of the Eritrean capital of Asmara on Friday. Clashes on the Eritrea-Ethiopia border broke out on May 6 when Ethiopia accused Eritrea of occupying a swath of land along their border. The two sides differ over where Italy, the former colonial power, drew the border. Eritrean forces fought a secessionist rebellion against Ethiopia for 30 years. They realised their aims in 1993, two years after helping Ethiopian rebels under Zenawi overthrow the Addis Ababa government. Neither side reported new clashes on Friday. But the Ethiopian army poured reinforcements into the front lines south of Zala Ambessa on Friday -- ten days after Eritreans captured the town. Eritreans on the front-line were expecting retaliatory attacks after Eritrean helicopters and planes bombed the Ethiopian border town of Adigrat on Thursday, killing four civilians and wounding 30. Meanwhile, people queued up outside the Eritrean airlines offices in Asmara, trying to get out. A planeload of 125 foreigners were evacuated from Asmara on Friday -- 78 of them were Filipinos, the rest Britons, South Africans, Australians and Croatians. But many others have been unable to leave. This man lives in Germany and was visiting his family in Eritrea when the clashes started. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The situation makes me nervous, you know. Lots of people, they have work there. They want to go but they don't have a chance. That's why they are nervous." SUPER CAPTION: Mensur Mohamed, Eritrean who lives in Germany A U-S negotiating team declined comment upon their arrival in Asmara on Friday. Rwandan Vice President Paul Kagame followed and left early in the evening, according to the Eritrean presidential spokesman. There was no official comment on Kagame's quick visit. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/48040c66266ec9467be0423edd3b802d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Little Rome: Eritrea's capital Asmara seeks UNESCO heritage recognition

Little Rome: Eritrea's capital Asmara seeks UNESCO heritage recognition

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*In an often forgotten corner of the Horn of Africa, Eritrea's capital boasts one of the world’s finest collections of early 20th century architecture and the authorities want it declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.* When Italy's colonial experiment in Eritrea ended in 1941, it left behind an array of Rationalist, Futurist, Art Deco and other Modernist styles in Asmara, a city whose historic art has changed little since the Italians lived and worked there. This. The "Miami of Eritrea". ERI… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2016/03/09/little-rome-eritrea-s-capital-asmara-seeks-unesco-heritage-recognition Africanews is a new pan-African media pioneering multilingual and independent news telling expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subscribe on ourYoutube channel : https://www.youtube.com/c/africanews Africanews is available in English and French. Website : www.africanews.com Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/africanews.channel/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/africanews
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Eritrea: Heavy Icy Rain Covers Asmara| Eri-TV News

Eritrea: Heavy Icy Rain Covers Asmara| Eri-TV News

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ERI-TV: NEWS Asmara, 12 March 2014 -- Asmara city witnessed an ice rain of extensive distribution today in the afternoon hours, local time. Subsequently, a number of streets of the city experienced heavy flooding and ice clusters of 1-meter height in some cases, thus giving rise to traffic jam. A significant amount of rainfall has been registered in the capital city and its environs since last week, today's gauge being highly exceptional. =============================================== © 2014 Eritrea Ministry of Information: http://www.shabait.com
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Mussolini's City - Eritrea

Mussolini's City - Eritrea

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  • Updated: 21 Jan 2008
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August 2004 In a small corner of Africa, Mussolini's unusual legacy survives. The Eritrean capital of Asmara is one of the world's best kept architectural secrets. Produced by ABC Australia Distributed by Journeyman Pictures
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Asmara --City -- Capital City of Eritrea

Asmara --City -- Capital City of Eritrea

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Originally, according to Eritrean Tigrinya oral traditional history, there were four clans living in the Asmara area on the Kebessa Plateau: the Gheza Gurtom, the Gheza Shelele, the Gheza Serenser and Gheza Asmae. These towns fought each other until the women of each clan decided that to preserve peace the four clans must unite. The men accepted, hence the name Arbate Asmera. Arbate Asmara literally means, in the Tigrinya language, "the four (feminine plural) made them unite".[3] Eventually Arbate was dropped and it has been called Asmara which means "they [feminine, thus referring to the women] made them unite". There is still a district called Arbaete Asmara in the Administrations of Asmara. It is now called the Italianized version of the word Asmara. The westernized version of the name is used by a majority of non-Eritreans, while the multilingual inhabitants of Eritrea and neighboring peoples remain loyal to the original pronunciation, Asmera. Asmara is situated in Eritrea's central Maekel Region. It is known for its well-preserved colonial Italian modernist architecture.[2] The city is divided into thirteen districts or administrative areas: Acria, Abbashaul, Edaga Hamus, Arbaete Asmara, Mai Temenai, Paradizo, Sembel, Godaif, Maekel Ketema or Downtown, Tiravolo, Gejeret, Tsetserat and Gheza Banda. Asmara (Tigrinya: ኣስመራ?, Asmera), known locally as Asmera (meaning "They [feminine plural] made them unite" in Tigrinya), is the capital city and largest settlement in Eritrea. Home to a population of just over 1,000,000 inhabitants,[1] it sits at an elevation of 2,325 metres (7,628 ft). The city is located at the tip of an escarpment that is both the northwestern edge of the Eritrean highlands and the Great Rift Valley in neighbouring Ethiopia.
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Eritrea - Welcome To Eritrea, Africa's Hidden Gem ©

Eritrea - Welcome To Eritrea, Africa's Hidden Gem ©

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http://www.madote.com/ Did you know that more tourist (410,000 of them) visit Eritrea each year than all of Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia and djibouti combined?? (SOURCE: http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/eco_tou_arr-economy-tourist-arrivals ). Eritrea's Wildlife habitats: Eritrea is home to a RARE mix of inter-bred Indian and African elephants that mixed when the British invaded modern day Eritrea in 1878 with thousands of Indian elephants on a rescue mission of British hostages.(SOURCE: http://www.mcp.com.au/sinus/newsletters/newsletter-11/newsletter-11.html ) In addition to having a rare breed of Elephants, Eritrea is home to lions, greater kudu and Tora hartebeest, vervet monkey, olive baboon, pale or sand fox, common jackal, black-backed jackal, bat-eared fox, genet, African wild cat, warthog, Soemmering's gazelle, Abyssinian hare and ground squirrel in Gash-Setit Area (Gash Barka Zone); Soemmering's gazelle, baboons, dik-dik, Dorcas gazelle, wild ass, ostrich and other small mammals in Buri Peninsula & the Gheralo-Tio-Badda Triangle; Leopard, bush buck, klipspringer, greater kudu, duiker and warthog in Semenawi & Debubawi Bahri ('Green Belt'); Gazelle in Dissei and Dahlak Kebir, oryx, dugong and green turtle Coastal & Marine Area. Eritrea's Capital city of Asmara: Asmara, the capital of Eritrea, bordering the Red Sea, is referred by many expert travelers as the beautifulest city in Africa and is also home to one of the most important and exciting architectural 'discoveries' of recent years. Built almost entirely in the 1930s and early 40's by Italian and Eritrean workers, Asmara has one of the highest concentrations of modernist architecture anywhere in the world, and has evocatively been described as "the Miami of Africa." Desperate to build quickly, the colonial government of the time allowed radical architectural experimentation that would not have found favour in the more conservative European environment. Asmara therefore became one of the world's prime locations for architectural innovation during the Modern Movement. That this occurred at all is remarkable enough, but that these buildings should have survived in such numbers today makes it one of the finest modernist cities in the World. Eritrea's unique natural features: i. Danakil Depression, 100 metres below sea level with temperatures over 50° Centigrade. ii.The Great Valley Rift, runs through Eritrea. iii.Hot Springs in many locations such as Akwaar, Mai Wui, Gahtelai and Arafayle. iv.The Escarpment providing spectacular views from the highland plateau to the coastal plains. v. Dahlak Archipelago off the Red Sea coast with over 350 islands and unexplored undersea wonders. Eritrea's Marine life: Coral: Healthy coral reefs around 350 islands off the Red Sea coast including the Dahlak Archipelago. Flat reef gardens and cliffs that slope down to the depths of the ocean floor. Varieties ranging from large mounds of brain coral (Porites) to branching Acropora; Varieties of fish: Angelfish - blue and yellow Arabian, the yellowbar and the striped emperor. Butterfly fish - the orangeface, and the brilliant yellow-masked variety with a black face patch, the endemic bannerfish with its elongated dorsal fin. Wrass - brilliant blue-green, blue-striped and other colourful varieties. Parrotfish, groupers, damselfish, animonefish, dascyllus, scissortail sergeant, blue and orange sunrise dotty back, small pipefish, red squirrelfish and cube-like box fish. Larger fish - jacks, snappers, emperors, sweetlips and barracudas. Varieties of crabs under small coral, black, white or red sea cucumbers and snails on the sandy floor beside jellyfish are common. Eritrea's Beaches: Wide sandy beaches and calm seas along the Red Sea coast include Gugusum, Buri Peninsula, Zula Bay, Mersa Gulbub, Mersa Ibrahim and Ras Kuba. Dahlak Archipelago with over 350 islands, Dissei island and Assab Bay islands also offer sandy beaches and ample opportunities for underwater exploration. Eritrea's Bird life: varieties of francolins, sunbird, shrikes, canaries, turacou, serins, starling, green pigeon, oriole, barbet, robin boubou and babblers in Semenawi Bahri; love-birds, wood dove, coucal, warblers, prinia, cisticola, woodpeckers, cameroptera, crombeck, varieties of parrots, warblers, tit and hornbill in Solomuna; coucal, Abyssinian rollers, scimitarbill, flocks of starling, buffalo weavers, varieties of grouse and wagtail in the scrubland and Red Sea coast; stork, herons, crab plovers, larks, sparrow hawk, little green bee-eaters, golden sparrow, speckle-fronted weavers, chatterers and kingfisher in Massawa and environs; francolin, massive thick-billed raven, varieties of pigeon, hornbill, wheaters, turtle dove, wagtail and seed-eaters from Massawa to Asmara.
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Eritrea : Watch the spectacular fireworks display in the capital 2017

Eritrea : Watch the spectacular fireworks display in the capital 2017

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Eritrea 2015/2016 Asmara City Drive Hubi und Ralph

Eritrea 2015/2016 Asmara City Drive Hubi und Ralph

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In Asmara ( Hauptstraße ).
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Eritrea

Eritrea

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ERITREA: (Little Rome, Italy) Most Beautiful City in Africa~Asmara (Capital City)

ERITREA: (Little Rome, Italy) Most Beautiful City in Africa~Asmara (Capital City)

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Thank you for watching!! Please SUBSCRIBE, COMMENT, LIKE, SHARE.... The beautiful one and only Asmara!!
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"Eritrea-Where resilience is the enduring mindset"

"Eritrea-Where resilience is the enduring mindset"

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This Film will show the Eritrean People's ambitious and equally arduous journey to rebuild their war torn nation amidst a changing and hostile global environment. If any peoples to deserve to celebrate their independence in grand style-it is the Eritreans…and they did. Film - Overview 25 May 2016 marked Eritrea’s 25 Independence anniversary, an important milestone in the young nation’s history, a gallant history of triumph over successive colonialists, Ethiopia, being the last and bloodiest. Eritrea’s long and bitter 30 year struggle for independence began in 1961 after the Eritrean peoples’ right to self-determination was denied and peaceful efforts to restore Eritrea’s sovereignty and territorial integrity was denied by the powers to be. The war and endedhen the gallant Eritrean People's Liberation Army entered triumphantly into Asmara, the nation’s capital on the morning of 24 May 1991.
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Eritrea Travel: ASMARA's Hotels (Part 2)

Eritrea Travel: ASMARA's Hotels (Part 2)

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Asmara Eritrea's capital is situated on the eastern edge of Eritrea's highland plateau. Asmara enjoys a great climate, clean and picturesque streets, attractive palm trees, and a reputation as one of the safest, calm and alluring capital cities in Africa. "The people of Eritrea will always make you feel welcome and the country will always provide a diversity of activities and experiences that will have you wanting to come back for more." "Asmara is, by any standards, a very safe, picturesque and relaxed capital. " Eritrea - The Bradt Travel Guide "Constructed almost entirely between 1936 and 1941, Asmara was effectively a blank canvas on which its Italian colonizers were able to design and build their own urban utopia in East Africa...... owing to Asmara's relative obscurity and distance from Europe, the architects and engineers who came to practice there could escape the constraints imposed on their activities in the more conservative European environment, making it an even more exceptional city" Asmara - Africa's Secret Modernist City Source: http://www.asmera.nl/ Asmara is located in E. Africa Africa Travel Destination
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