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Abiy Addi (also spelled Abi Addi or Abi Adi; meaning “Big town”) is a town in north central Ethiopia, in the region of Tigray. Located about 470 kilometres north of the capital Addis Ababa, it has an elevation ranging from 1917 to 2275 meters above sea level. Abiy Addi has an estimated total population of 13,718, of whom 6,657 are men and 7,061 are women. The local language is Tigrigna. You can read more about it here on Wikipedia

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