Addis Ababa Map
Established on November, 1887 by Emperor Menelik II and Empress Taitu, Addis Ababa is the capital of Ethiopia and a chartered city with 3 layers of administrative government.
The city government leads the three by being the main administration, with ten sub-city administration centers directly below. Furthermore, at the bottom are ninety-nine kebele administrations, who handle most of the day to day activities for Addis Ababa.
The Addis Ababa map (offline) at the bottom of this page includes the location of all the areas making up the capital city of Ethiopia.
The location of Addis Ababa on a map has the following coordinates: Between 8055' and 9005' North Latitude and between 38040' and 38050' East Longitude.
The map of Addis Ababa covers a total land area of 54,000 hectares or 13,3436 acres, making it the largest city in Ethiopia also by population, with a total Addis Ababa population of 3,384,569 according to the census taken in 2007 (widely believed to be inaccurate and underestimated).
The Addis Ababa map has its average elevation at 2,500 masl (meters above sea level), and also, the seat of the African Union (AU) and the United Nations Economic Commissions for Africa (UNECA).
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Addis Ababa, a city with:
• Internationally recognized high safety levels.
• International oriented and friendly populace.
• Hotels and conference centers recognized as world class.
• A wide variety of national and international cuisines.
• Comfortable weather conditions that require neither cooling in summer nor heating in winter.
• Known for the absence of vector-born tropical diseases.
• The city has a low cost of living and a low rate of inflation.
• Close proximity to recreational areas such as Langano, Sodere and the Rift Valley lakes region.
• Addis Ababa’s Bole International Airport, offers connections to any place in the world.
• Availability of health and educational.
The following is a complete offline Addis Ababa map, zoom in for closeups.