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Nessa 1 year ago
Qal’eh Dokhar looks like a GofT location. Veeery cool. Even the name Kal Eh Dok Har.
       
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Dungur Palace is in the Ethiopian village of Aksum—once the bustling capital of an African empire stretched from southern Egypt to Yemen. The 6th-century mansion contains approximately 50 rooms, including a bathing area, kitchen, and (possible) throne room.

Little is known about the history of the building itself. Its nickname—“the Palace of the Queen of Sheba”—is wishful thinking. However, discovering a carving of a “beautiful woman” during excavation has fueled hope that remains of the queen’s real residence may hide beneath Dungur.

 

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