Driving the historic Route B30
Route B30 is a winding mountain road located in northern Ethiopia. Most of the road was built by the Italians during the occupation from 1936-1941.
The road has been recently asphalted. The road links Gondar (or Gonder) a city in the Amhara Region at an elevation of 2,133 m (6,998 ft) above the sea level, and Adwa, at 1,907 m (6,257 ft) above the sea level. It's 361 km (224 miles) long.
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