Siemen Mountains

The Siemen Mountains are portions of the Ethiopian highlands. They are in northern Ethiopia. The Siemen mountain national park is essential and part of the World Heritage Site. Besides, the mountain has plateaus isolated by valleys and rising apexes. Its pinnacles incorporate Ras Dejen 4,550m, Mount Bwahit 4,437m, Silki 4,420m and Kidis Yared 4,453m above sea level.

The Siemen Mountains are volcanic in nature. They structure a 2,000m slope towards the southwest-upper east direction. Because of its geography and human land use, it has brought about high disintegration. The Siemen is extraordinary by being among the few spots in Africa where snow falls.

In spite of Siemen roughness and altitude, the mountains are speckled with villages connected by trails. Historically, the Siemen mountains were occupied by Ethiopian Jews. As a result of repeated assaults by the passionate Christian Emperors in the fifteenth century, they opted into moving to the more defensive Semien Mountains.

The mountain has a lot of natural life. These incorporate Gelada, Walia, Ibex, Caracal and the Ethiopian wolves.

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