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Addis Ababa

  • አዲስ አበባ (tataramon?)
  • Finfinne (tataramon?)
Capital
A montage of Addis Ababa's sights (from left to right) Top: Addis Ababa City Hall, Lion of Judah Monument, Tiglachin Monument Middle: St. George's Cathedral, Yekatit 12 Square, Addis Ababa Railway Station Bottom: Meyazia 27 Square, View of Addis Ababa from Entoto, Meskel Square
A montage of Addis Ababa's sights (from left to right)
Top: Addis Ababa City Hall, Lion of Judah Monument, Tiglachin Monument
Middle: St. George's Cathedral, Yekatit 12 Square, Addis Ababa Railway Station
Bottom: Meyazia 27 Square, View of Addis Ababa from Entoto, Meskel Square
Mga palayaw: 
City of Humans, Finfinne, Sheger, ona tufamuna
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Tagboan: 9°1′48″N 38°44′24″E / 9.03000°N 38.74000°E / 9.03000; 38.74000Tagboan: 9°1′48″N 38°44′24″E / 9.03000°N 38.74000°E / 9.03000; 38.74000
CountryPlantilya:Country data Ethiopia
Chartered cityAddis Ababa
Chartered1886
Pamamahala
 • MayorTakele Uma Benti
Hiwas
 • Capital527 km2 (203 sq mi)
 • Kadagáan527 km2 (203 sq mi)
 [1]
Elebasyon
2,355 m (7,726 ft)
Populasyon
(2008)
 • Capital3,384,569
 • Densidad5,165.1/km2 (13,378/sq mi)
 • Urban
3,384,569
 • Metro
4,567,857
 [2]
Sona nin orasUTC+3 (East Africa Time)
Area code(s)(+251) 11
HDI (2017)0.698[3]
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WebsityoOfficial website

Addis Ababa (Amharic: አዲስ አበባ, Addis Abäba IPA: [adˈdis ˈabəba] (listen), "bagong burak"; or Addis Abeba (an baybayon na ginagamit kan opisyal na Ethiopian Mapping Authority); Oromo: Finfinne "natural spring") an kapitolyo asin pinakadakulang syudad sa Ethiopia.[4] Base sa 2007 census, an syudad igwang populasyon na 2,739,551 katawong nakaistar.[2]

Mga toltolan[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  1. "2011 National Statistics". Csa.gov.et. Archived from the original on 30 March 2013. https://web.archive.org/web/20130330021225/http://www.csa.gov.et/index.php?option=com_rubberdoc&view=doc&id=421&format=raw&Itemid=606. Retrieved on 20 July 2013. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Census 2007 Tables: Addis Abeba" Archived 14 November 2010 at the Wayback Machine., Tables 2.1, 2.5, 3.1, 3.2 and 3.4. For Silt'e, the statistics of reported Shitagne speakers were used, on the assumption that this was a typographical error.
  3. "Sub-national HDI - Area Database - Global Data Lab" (in en). https://hdi.globaldatalab.org/areadata/shdi/. 
  4. "Addis Ababa | national capital, Ethiopia" (in en). https://www.britannica.com/place/Addis-Ababa.