Harmil is an uninhabited island in Eritrea.
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75 Articles of interest in Eritrea
Adi Quala (Tigrinya: ዓዲ ዃላ? IPA: [ʕadi xʷala]) is a market town in Eritrea.
The 2010 Eritrean–Ethiopian border skirmish was an armed skirmish between soldiers of the Eritrean and the Ethiopian armies fought at the border town of Zalambesa after Eritea claimed that Ethiopian forces crossed the border.
Segeneiti (alternatively, Segenetti or Seganatti) is a small town in the Southern Region of Eritrea.
This article is a list of the railway stations in Eritrea.
Dahlak Kebir is the largest island of the Dahlak Archipelago.
Cicero Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Asmara, Eritrea.
Assab International Airport (IATA: ASA, ICAO: HHSB) is an international airport in Assab, the capital of the Southern Red Sea region of Eritrea. It serves as a dual public and military facility.
Itapetinga, Bahia, Brazil is a municipality in the state of Bahia in the North-East region of Brazil.
Foro (Tigrinya: ፎሮ?) is a town in the Northern Red Sea region (Zoba Semienawi Keyih Bahri) of Eritrea.
Debre Bizen is the best-known monastery of the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahdo Church. Located at the top of Debre Bizen the mountain (825 meters) near the town of Nefasit in Eritrea.
Arkiko (alternately Archigo, Arqiqo, Ercoco, Hirgigo, Hargigo or Harkiko) is a town in the Northern Red Sea region of Eritrea.
Shambuko (Tigrinya: ሻምቡቆ? IPA: [ʃambukʼo]) is a small town in the Gash-Barka Region of Eritrea.
Nefasit (Tigrinya: ነፋሲት? IPA: [nɐfasit]), also known as Tappa Nefasit, is a small town in the Northern Red Sea Region of Eritrea.
This is a list of active and extinct volcanoes in Eritrea.
Haykota is a small town in the western Gash-Barka region of Eritrea.
The extreme points of Ethiopia include the coordinates that are further north, south, east or west than any other location in Ethiopia; and the highest and the lowest elevations in the country.
Edd is a town in the Southern Red Sea region of Eritrea. It is situated on the main highway that connects Asseb, the former province of Denkalia, and Massawa.
Beilul (alternatively, Beylul) is a small cape town in the Southern Red Sea Region of Eritrea.
Nora (also transliterated: Norah) is the second largest island in the Dahlak Archipelago, Eritrea, and one of the three inhabited islands of the archipelago. It has an area of 105.15 km².
Lake Kulul is the lowest point in Eritrea.
The Gulf of Zula, also known in various accounts as Annesley Bay, the Bay of Arafali (or Baia di Arafali), or the Gulf of Arafali, is a body of water on the Eritrean coastline on the Red Sea, located at (15°10′N39°46′E).
The Dubbi Volcano is a stratovolcano located in the Southern Red Sea Region of Eritrea. Its peak elevation is 1625 m. There have been four known eruptions. In 1400 lava was determined to have reached the Red Sea while in 1861 ash was thrown over 250…
Dogali is a town in eastern Eritrea.
Adi Tekelezan (in Tigrinya, Ad Tekelezan in Tigre and Arabic) is a small town in the Hamasien region of Eritrea. It is located on the route between Asmara and Keren.
The 1921 Massawa earthquake that took place off the coast of Massawa, Eritrea on August 14. The first aftershock after the initial earthquake was of similar magnitude. Significant damage was caused to the harbour at Massawa with a number of deaths r…
Manda-Inakir is a system of fissure vents and cinder cones located along the border between Djibouti and Ethiopia. Last erupting in 1928, it produced a cinder cone called Kammourta.
The Jalua Volcano is a volcano located in the Northern Red Sea region of Eritrea.
Bishia is a small locality in western Eritrea.
Gulomakeda (also spelled Gulomahda) is one of the woredas in the Tigray Region of Ethiopia. Its name partly comes from the legendary Queen Makeda, also known as the Queen of Sheba. Part of the Misraqawi Zone, Gulomakeda is bordered on the south by G…
Filfil is a town in Eritrea, lying north of Asmara. Based on plantations, it is known for its surrounding rainforest and its animals. It is also within one of Eritrea's protected national forests.
Baresa is a small town in the Northern Red Sea region of Eritrea.
The Asseb Volcano is a volcanic field located in the Southern Red Sea region of Eritrea.
Aligider is located ten kilometers to the west of Teseney and was home to the Barattolo cotton plantation where Hedareb tribes and 1500 ex-fighters and their families farm cotton, sesame and sorghum.
Elit is a village in western Eritrea approximately 30 km north-east of Teseney.
Dairo Paulos (alternatively Da'iro P'awlos or Dahro Caulos) is a village on the outskirts of Asmara, Eritrea. The name means "Fig of Paul" and is reported to refer to a characteristic tree of the area and a founder of the village.