Women at Gondar Castles, Ethiopia by Bonnie MacAllister

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748 kilometres from Addis Ababa is the city of Gondar, founded by Emperor Fasilidas in 1635. The city was Ethiopia’s capital until the reign of the would-be reforming Emperor Tewodros II, also known as Theodore. During its long years as a capital city, the settlement emerged as one of the largest and most popular cities in the realm. It was a great centre of commerce. Gondar is famous for its many medieval castles and the design and decoration of its churches.



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Bonnie MacAllister is a multimedia performance artist who has shown work in museums and galleries in Australia, Ethiopia, France, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, UK, United States, and Uruguay.

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