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Ethiopia is a landlocked country located within Africa, more specifically, the Horn of Africa. The country has a total land area of 1,100,000 square kilometers, or 420,000 square miles. With a total population of 123.5 million inhabitants, which makes Ethiopia the 12th most populated country in the world, and the 2nd most populated country in Africa after Nigeria. The capital, and largest city in Ethiopia is Addis Ababa. This city is home to the headquarters of the African Union. The current president of Ethiopia is Sahle-Work Zewde, while the current prime minister is Abiy Ahmed.

When it comes to the total size of the country, Ethiopia is the 28th largest country in the world based on size, and is comparable with Bolivia. A great portion of the country lies within the Horn of Africa, which is the easternmost part of the continent of Africa. There are plenty of geographical contrasts that make up the country, such as fertile plains, to forests and rivers. Ethiopia is home to the world’s hottest settlement of Dallol, which is described as a ghost town. Ras Dashen is the highest mountain within Ethiopia, with an elevation of 4,550 meters, or around 15,157 feet.Ethiopia is home to a diverse population of birds, with 856 bird species, with 20 of them endemic and 16 of them endangered or critically endangered. There are several endangered or threatened species that reside within Ethiopia. Some mammals that one can expect to see within the country include lions, leopards, elephants, giraffes, rhinoceroses, as well as wild buffalo. Smaller animals include foxes, jackals, wild dogs, and hyenas. An estimated 1,410 square kilometers of natural forest is lost annually due to firewood collecting, the usage of farmland, overgrazing from animals, and the usage of in buildings.

The economy of Ethiopia is known to be one of the fastest growing in the world. Currently, the agricultural sector is the largest in the country, and accounts for 36% of the total Gross Domestic Product as of 2020. Agriculture employs around 85% of the labor force. Principal crops from Ethiopia include coffee, legumes, oilseeds, cereals, potatoes, sugarcane, as well as vegetables. The country is often considered the birthplace of coffee as the crop has been cultivated since the 9th century. Some of the most popular exports in the country include coffee, cut flowers, dried legumes, gold, zinc and copper ore, gas turbines, soybeans, as well as oily seeds.

Ethiopia is the most populated landlocked country in the world. From the years 1983 to 2018, the population grew from a population of 38.1 million to 109.5 million. By 2060, the population is estimated to surpass 210 million. The population rate is amongst the top ten highest in the world, with an estimated growth rate of 2.46%. According to estimates from the UN, the life expectancy of Ethiopia has recently increased, with 56 years for men, and 60 years for women. In 2009, there was an estimated population of 135,200 refugees and asylum seekers.

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Old Maps of Ethiopia
Explore through our collection of Old Maps of Ethiopia.

Ethiopia is a landlocked country located within Africa, more specifically, the Horn of Africa. The country has a total land area of 1,100,000 square kilometers, or 420,000 square miles. With a total population of 123.5 million inhabitants, which makes Ethiopia the 12th most populated country in the world, and the 2nd most populated country in Africa after Nigeria. The capital, and largest city in Ethiopia is Addis Ababa. This city is home to the headquarters of the African Union. The current president of Ethiopia is Sahle-Work Zewde, while the current prime minister is Abiy Ahmed.

When it comes to the total size of the country, Ethiopia is the 28th largest country in the world based on size, and is comparable with Bolivia. A great portion of the country lies within the Horn of Africa, which is the easternmost part of the continent of Africa. There are plenty of geographical contrasts that make up the country, such as fertile plains, to forests and rivers. Ethiopia is home to the world’s hottest settlement of Dallol, which is described as a ghost town. Ras Dashen is the highest mountain within Ethiopia, with an elevation of 4,550 meters, or around 15,157 feet.Ethiopia is home to a diverse population of birds, with 856 bird species, with 20 of them endemic and 16 of them endangered or critically endangered. There are several endangered or threatened species that reside within Ethiopia. Some mammals that one can expect to see within the country include lions, leopards, elephants, giraffes, rhinoceroses, as well as wild buffalo. Smaller animals include foxes, jackals, wild dogs, and hyenas. An estimated 1,410 square kilometers of natural forest is lost annually due to firewood collecting, the usage of farmland, overgrazing from animals, and the usage of in buildings.

The economy of Ethiopia is known to be one of the fastest growing in the world. Currently, the agricultural sector is the largest in the country, and accounts for 36% of the total Gross Domestic Product as of 2020. Agriculture employs around 85% of the labor force. Principal crops from Ethiopia include coffee, legumes, oilseeds, cereals, potatoes, sugarcane, as well as vegetables. The country is often considered the birthplace of coffee as the crop has been cultivated since the 9th century. Some of the most popular exports in the country include coffee, cut flowers, dried legumes, gold, zinc and copper ore, gas turbines, soybeans, as well as oily seeds.

Ethiopia is the most populated landlocked country in the world. From the years 1983 to 2018, the population grew from a population of 38.1 million to 109.5 million. By 2060, the population is estimated to surpass 210 million. The population rate is amongst the top ten highest in the world, with an estimated growth rate of 2.46%. According to estimates from the UN, the life expectancy of Ethiopia has recently increased, with 56 years for men, and 60 years for women. In 2009, there was an estimated population of 135,200 refugees and asylum seekers.

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