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The 12th c. rock hewn alleyways of Lalibela, Ethiopia. The entire complex was built top-down by carving into the ground and cutting into the rock.

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Lalibela Rock-Cut Churches, Ethiopia [360-Degree Panorama]

Take a spin around the 12th century rock cut churches of Lalibela, Ethiopia with this 360-degree panorama.

There be castles in Ethiopia. This 17th c. one: Fasiladas' Palace in Gondar. I'm fast realizing I knew little of the depth of this country's history.

Church of St. George. Carved top-down from red volcanic rock in the 12th century. Ethiopia's signature historical sight...remarkable. Note the tiny people, right. George slew the dragon. For this, Ethiopia named a beer after him and a country was named after him, too.

Late afternoon descent, Gheralta heights. Phenomenal hike and rock climb to the hilltop monasteries of Maryam Korkor. This is peak Ethiopia.

Gnarly banyans at the baths. Fasiladas Bath complex - Gondar, Ethiopia

''Güzelliklerde bir ahenk saklıdır.'' It's Nice to Live Together. Turkey's natural rock pools Toll Free: 1-866-666-4066

Markets, where you meet the people. Also where you find chili peppers to make berbere, the masala crucial to Ethiopian cuisine. Taken in Debark, Ethiopia.

Busy blessing. The Ethiopian Orthodox priest inside the 12th c. Bet Danaghel (House of Virgins) - Lalibela, Ethiopia