Location within Ethiopia
|Elevation||2,743 m (8,999 ft)|
|Time zone||EAT (UTC+3)|
Goba is a town in south-central Ethiopia. NOTE This intro is the result of careful NPOV work Please do not make potentially controversial edits to it without first discussing on the talk page Oromia (sometimes spelled Oromiya and spelled Oromiyaa in the Oromo language) is one of the nine ethnic divisions ( kililoch) of Bale is one of the 12 Zones in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. The elevation of a Geographic location is its height above a fixed reference point often the mean sea level. The metre or meter is a unit of Length. It is the basic unit of Length in the Metric system and in the International A foot (plural feet or foot; symbol or abbreviation ft or sometimes &prime – the prime symbol) is a non-SI unit East Africa Time, or EAT, is a time zone used in eastern Africa. UTC+3 is used in the following locations Moscow Time Eastern European Summer Time West Asian Summer Time NOTE This intro is the result of careful NPOV work Please do not make potentially controversial edits to it without first discussing on the talk page Located in the Bale Zone of the Oromia Region approximately 446 km southeast of Addis Ababa, this city has a latitude and longitude of and an elevation of 2743 meters above sea level. Bale is one of the 12 Zones in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. Oromia (sometimes spelled Oromiya and spelled Oromiyaa in the Oromo language) is one of the nine ethnic divisions ( kililoch) of |||} Ethiopia has the following administrative divisions Regions and chartered cities See also Regions of Ethiopia The 9 regions or killoch are The kilometre ( American spelling: kilometer) symbol km is a unit of Length in the Metric system, equal to one thousand Addis Ababa (sometimes spelled Addis Abeba, the spelling used by the official Ethiopian Mapping Authority Amharic It is the administrative center of Goba woreda. Goba is one of the 180 Woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. Woreda (also spelled wereda) is an Administrative division of Ethiopia (managed by a local government equivalent to a District.
The town is known for its Wednesday market and for honey, basketry and cotton shawl making; Bale National Park is 10 km to the southwest. Sao Paulo Stock Exchangejpg|thumb| Virtual market arena where buyer and seller are not present and trade via intemediates and electronical information Honey is a sweet and Viscous fluid produced by Honey bees (and some other species and derived from the nectar of Flowers According to the Basket weaving (also basketry, basket making, or basketmaking) is the process of Weaving unspun Vegetable Fibers into Cotton is a soft staple Fibre that grows around the seeds of the cotton plant ( Gossypium sp A shawl ( Persian شال Shāl from Sanskrit: साडी śāṭī is a simple item of Clothing, loosely worn over the shoulders upper body and arms The Bale Mountains National Park is a National park in the Oromia Region of southeast Ethiopia. A few kilometers outside of Goba are the remains of an old rock church.  Goba shares Robe Airport (ICAO code HAGB, IATA GOB) with neighbouring Robe, from which Ethiopian Airlines operates flights to Addis Ababa. Robe Airport is an airport in between Goba and Robe, Ethiopia. The International Civil Aviation Organization ( ICAO) an agency of the United Nations, codifies the principles and techniques of international air navigation Robe is a town in south-central Ethiopia. Located in the Bale Zone of the Oromia Region, this town has a latitude and longitude of Ethiopian Airlines (የኢትዮጵያ አየር መንገድ የኢትዮጵያ in short is an Airline based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, this town has an estimated total population of 50,650 of whom 24,256 were males and 26,394 were females. The Central Statistical Agency ( CSA; Amh: የማዕከላዊ ስታቲስቲክስ ኤጀንሲ is an agency of the government of Ethiopia designated  The 1994 national census reported this town had a total population of 28,358 of whom 13,155 were males and 15,203 were females.
Goba was the capital of the former Bale Province, until the province was abolished with the adoption of the constitution of 1995. Bale (also known as Bali) is the name of two polities located in the southeastern part of modern Ethiopia The province-kingdom of Bale Year 1995 ( MCMXCV) was a Common year starting on Sunday. Events of 1995 A telephone line connected Goba to Addis Ababa at least as early as 1936. Addis Ababa (sometimes spelled Addis Abeba, the spelling used by the official Ethiopian Mapping Authority Amharic  During the Bale revolt, rebels attacked the capital twice between November 1965 and March 1966.  In 1970 the town had the only high school in Bale Province; that year the school had 682 students, of whom 86 were Muslims in a province where Islam claimed over 90 per cent of the population. A Muslim (مسلم pronounced Muslim, not Muzlim) is an adherent of the Religion  As Gebru Tareke grimly concludes, "Between February 1970, when the revolt ended, and February 1974, when the imperial regime collapsed, precious little had changed in Bale, as indeed in the rest of Ethiopia. "
According to the third edition of the Lonely Planet guide to Ethiopia, "Goba is in a state of decline and Ethiopian Airlines has even cancelled its flights here. Lonely Planet Publications (usually known as Lonely Planet or LP) is one of the largest travel Guidebook publishers in the world "
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