American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A town of northwest Ethiopia on Lake Tana. It was the capital of Ethiopia from 1635 to 1867. Population: 153,000.
“Asmara was an abandoned orphan who was living in Gondar Medical College.”
“After a very short stay in Gondar (in accommodations that fell somewhat short of the Hilton, and for which I am very proud of my mother for staying in!) we headed to ‘the roof of Africa’ or the Simien mountains.”
“Gondar is now married with four children (he married another teacher from Dakar Academy), and living in British Columbia.”
“Until you come to Gondar, that is, and find yourself contemplating Hell on earth.”
“For Ethiopia, he says that means hastening development in the Ethiopian highlands of Gojjam and the Bahar Dar area bordering Gondar.”
“And I was walking across the grounds of Gondar Medical College one day, one of the docs said: Hey, Rick, you like these TB cases.”
“While the “Camelot” comparison might be due more to the creative imagination of someone on the local tourist promotion board than any actual likeness, Gondar was my favorite place that we visited in the country.”
“After Lalibela Kendra and Dad had to get back to work, mom and I, having no such reservations continued, on to “the Camelot of Ethiopia”, otherwise known as Gondar, and then to the Simien Mountains.”
“We understand that the governor is concerned about pricing students out by raising tuition, but that won't even be an issue if their program can't be found in the SUNY system," says Julie Gondar, SUNY student assembly president.”
“We got up at 4 a.m. in Ethiopia's castle town of Gondar to fight for good seats on the bus to the border.”
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