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Simien Mountains

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The Simien Mountains national park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which arise in the north of the country and originated 40 million years ago, when numerous volcanic eruptions caused huge quantities of lava to flow from the bowels of the earth creating the platou, then shaped by millennia of erosion. The highest peaks exceed 4000 meters, like Mount Ras Dashen
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The Simien Mountains national park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which arise in the north of the country and originated 40 million years ago, when numerous volcanic eruptions caused huge quantities of lava to flow from the bowels of the earth creating the platou, then shaped by millennia of erosion. The highest peaks exceed 4000 meters, like Mount Ras Dashen