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Eritrea: Nieshtey Hawey kndi Hamutey "Milenu" (Part 1, 2)
Acknowledgement: Special thanks to a fan who sent this ERI-TV Movie Series to share with our Movie club.




Eritrea: Nieshtey Hawey kndi Hamutey "Milenu" (Part 3, 4)
Acknowledgement: Special thanks to a fan who sent this ERI-TV Movie Series to share with our Movie club


                                                                                                                                Eritrea: Nieshtey Hawey kndi Hamutey "Milenu" (Part 5, 6)     



Eritrea: Nieshtey Hawey kndi Hamutey "Milenu" (Part 7, 8)








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Eritrea offers an untamed landscape of astonishing diversity, an interior rich in historical remains, a coastal gateway to some outstanding diving spots, and a broad, hospitable welcome. Eritrea will prove irresistible to those seeking adventure.
Asmara, Eritrea's capital is situated on the eastern edge of Eritrea's highland plateau. Asmara enjoys a great climate, clean and picturesque streets, attractive palm trees, and a reputation as one of the safest, calm and alluring capital cities in Africa.

Eritrea one of world’s top tourist destinations: Lonely Planet Institution

Asmara, 12 February 2008 - A well-known tourism institution, Lonely Planet, indicated that Eritrea is one of the world’s top tourist destinations.
The institution, citing the year 2008, pointed out that Eritrea is one of the world’s seven best tourist destinations. It further indicated that Eritrea is endowed with breathtaking landscape and pristine coral reefs.
It is to be noted that visiting tourists from different parts of the world have been expressing admiration to Eritrea’s rich tourism potentials and its hospitable people, noting that Eritrea is an island of peace.
                                               

                                                                                     
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