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Lalibela, the center of Ethiopian Christianity, is famous for its monolithic churches built underground and undetected by enemies for hundreds of years so they still survive to this day in their original state. All the churches are active and priests still use century old books to pray, with the only source of light shining though small windows cut in the massive walls.

Lalibela, the center of Ethiopian Christianity, is famous for its monolithic churches built underground and undetected by enemies for hundreds of years so they still survive to this day in their original state. All the churches are active and priests still use century old books to pray, with the only source of light shining though small windows cut in the massive walls.