Ethiopia is a landlocked country located in eastern Africa. An area of 1 103 600 square kilometers. The central part of the territory bulges, known as the "Roof of Africa", reaching a peak of 4,620 meters above sea level. The Great Rift Valley of East Africa runs obliquely and is steep on both sides. More than 30 large rivers originate from the central plateau, hence the name "Water Tower in Northeast Africa". The climate is complicated, and the temperature varies greatly from place to place. There are many kinds of minerals, rich in geothermal, hydraulic and forest resources. It is located on the plateau of East Africa in the southwest of the Red Sea, borders Djibouti and Somalia in the east, borders Sudan in the west, Kenya in the south, and Eritrea in the north. The territory covers an area of 1,103,600 square kilometers. The territory is dominated by mountain plateaus, most of which belong to the Ethiopian plateau. The central and western regions are the main body of the plateau, accounting for two-thirds of the entire territory. The Great Rift Valley of East Africa runs through the entire territory, with an average elevation of nearly 3,000 meters. It is known as the "Roof of Africa" . The terrain around the plateau gradually decreased. The northern Darlow depression fell to 113 meters below sea level, a national low. The coast of the Red Sea is a long, narrow plain. Deserts and semi-deserts in the north, south, and northeast account for about 25% of the country's area. Dashan Peak in the Ximen Mountains is 4,623 meters above sea level, the highest peak in the country. Affected by the terrain, the westerly wind from the Atlantic Ocean is uplifted here to form precipitation, so the precipitation is more than that of western Africa at the same latitude, forming a tropical steppe climate. Here is the more typical non-zonal. Many rivers and lakes in the territory. More than 30 large rivers nationwide originate from the central plateau. The Abay River (that is, the Luo River in Addis Ababa, Bluenia), the Texer River, and the Barrow River all belong to the Nile River system, and the Shabelle River and Juba River belong to the Indian Ocean. The larger lakes are Lake Tana, Lake Chivay, and Lake Abiata. Egypt is located in the tropics, but due to its high terrain, most regions have a mild climate, with an average annual temperature of 10-27 ° C and an annual average temperature of 16 ° C in the capital. Generally the temperature is high from March to May, and the temperature is low from November to January. The dry season is from October to February in most areas. The average annual rainfall in the plateau area is 1000-1500 mm, and in lowlands and valleys 250-500 mm. The country is divided into 12 districts and two cities, Addis Ababa and Harar.
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