Lake Tana


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Noun1.Lake Tana - a lake in northern Ethiopia; the largest lake in Ethiopia and the source of the Blue Nile
Abyssinia, Ethiopia, Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Yaltopya - Ethiopia is a republic in northeastern Africa on the Red Sea; formerly called Abyssinia
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Location: The Tana Forum takes place in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia--a relaxing town located on the shores of Lake Tana, the source of the Blue Nile River.
The largest Lake Tana is the source of the life-sustaining Blue Nile.
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Lake Tana, the source of the Blue Nile, is the largest lake in which African country?
August 14, 2018 (ADDIS ABABA) - Lake Tana, Ethiopia's largest and Africa's second largest lake is gradually being overrun by an aquatic weed -- the water hyacinth.
The new record compiled by researchers from Aberystwyth, Bangor and St Andrews universities came from a 93 metre-long sediment core drilled from the bed of Lake Tana in northern Ethiopia.
Until recently, relations between Egypt and Ethiopia were governed by an agreement signed under the auspices of Britain in 1902, in which the ruler of Ethiopia officially promised that his country would not allow any projects on the Blue Nile, Lake Tana or Sobat River that may harm Egyptian interests.
As recognized by Roberts [9], the highland East African fish forms are found in Northern Rift valley lakes of Ethiopia, the highland lakes (e.g., Labeobarbus of Lake Tana) and associated River systems, and the Awash drainage basin [3].
Lake Tana, the largest lake in Ethiopia and the third largest in the Nile basin, is located in this basin.
Treaty between Great Britain and Ethiopia, 15 May, 1902 : Article III of the Treaty between Great Britain and Ethiopia states, "His Majesty the Emperor Menilik II, King of Kings of Ethiopia, engages himself towards the Government of His Britannic Majesty not to construct or allow to be constructed any work across the Blue Nile, Lake Tana, or the Sobat, which would arrest the flow of their waters except in agreement with His Britannic Majesty's Government and the Government of Sudan."
Among the places of interest are the Omo National Park, Entoto Hills, Lake Tana, Simien Mountains National Park, Rock-Hewn Churches of Lalibela and The Ruins of Aksum.

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