About Shashemene, Ethiopia
Shashamane (or Shashemene, Oromo) is a town located 155 miles south of Addis Ababa in central Ethiopia. It was a first founded in 1941 by the Italian troops on withdrawing trip from the British and Ethiopian's attack. Later in 1948 the Emperor Haile Selassie gave a out a large piece of land in dedication to the support of the Rastafarian movement which resulted to a lot of Jamaicans and other parts of the Caribbean immigrants coming in to occupy the land space. it is known for its Jamaican Rastafarian movement started in the 19th century.
The only university in Shashamane is the Africa Beza University College (ABUC) which is an extension from Awassa where it was originally established.
Best Hotel in Shashamane
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The 4 star hotel Haile Resort and Framont Hotel are luxuriously and reputable hotels in Shashamane. Framont Hotel is located close to downtown and Shashamane bus station. This Hotel offers modern accommodation facilities and amenities, inclusive of an on-site bar that serves a range of drinks and beverages. Haile Resort is close to Wondo Genet Hot Springs, Lake Hawassa and Rastaferian Village.
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