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What zone is kirkos?

What zone is kirkos?


Kirkos ቂርቆስ ክፍለ ከተማ
• Total 235,441
Time zone UTC+3 (East Africa Time)
Area code(s) (+251) 11

How many woredas are there in Kirkos Sub City?

11 Woreda
Kirkos sub-city has 11 Woreda and 41 Sub-Woreda, former kebele.

How do I get a PO box in Ethiopia?

Apply In-Person:

  1. Application for a postal address rental P.O. Box in Ethiopia is available in Ethiopian Communications Authority contact link.
  2. Applicant must provide all information that is requested in the application form.

How many zones are there in Addis Ababa?

In the table below, I have grouped the five special wereda together into a single listing, and listed Harari and Dire Dawa as if they were zones….Zones of Ethiopia.

Zone Gambela Zone 3
Population 92,414
Area(km.²) 6,023

Which sub city is the biggest in Addis Ababa?

Bole sub- city
The Bole sub- city, the focus of this study, is one of the largest sub- cities located in the eastern part of Addis Ababa. The sub city has 14 woredas (districts) and covers an area of 122.8 km² (Fig. 1).

What are the 11 sub cities of Addis Ababa?

Summary. English: Map of the 10 districts (subcities) of Addis Ababa. 1: Addis Ketema – 2: Akaky Kaliti – 3: Arada – 4: Bole – 5: Gullele – 6: Kirkos – 7: Kolfe Keranio – 8: Lideta – 9: Nifas Silk-Lafto – 10: Yeka.

How much does it cost to ship a package to Ethiopia?

Country Conditions for Mailing – Ethiopia

Weight not over (lbs.) Parcel Post Rate
1 $16.75
2 19.50
3 22.65
4 25.30

Does DHL deliver to Ethiopia?

Parcel delivery and courier service to Ethiopia Our services can serve the capital Addis Ababa and the many towns that can be found across Africa’s second most populated nation, meaning you can send parcels to friends or family or trade with business partners.

What is the strongest region in Ethiopia?

Tigray Region

Tigray Region ክልል ትግራይ
Country Ethiopia
Capital Mekelle
• Chief Administrator Disputed between Debretsion Gebremichael and Abraham Belay

How many Oromo live in Addis?

The Oromos are the largest ethnic group in Ethiopia (34.9% of the population), numbering about 37 million. They are predominantly concentrated in Oromia Region in central Ethiopia, the largest region in the country by both population and area. They speak Afaan Oromoo, the official language of Oromia.

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