Harar, the Ethiopian colorful city located in the Horn of Africa is included in the World Heritage List and has been labeled the fourth city of Islam by UNESCO after Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem al-Quds. It is home to more than 80 mosques and around 100 shrines – one dedicated to a woman saint – not to mention its churches and cathedrals. Its people, a beautiful array of different minorities and tribes, simply refer to themselves as Gey Usu,a neutral phrase meaning the city dwellers free from any sort of prejudice . They are free from the shackles of tribal discrimination and religious bigotry.
The Islamic City of Harar tries to portray the beauties of this peaceful city with its rich history, its people and its lush geography.
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