To the west of Lake Abaya , on the slopes of Mount Guge lies Tribe Dorze of Omotic language. These ancient warriors are converted in agriculture and weaving.
The enset groves (false banana ) , sorghum and corn are grown in a humid and cool climate . The mist reveals a unique architecture : a Gothic house, which can reach 10 m high. The bamboo frame , lined sheets of false banana , form an elongated dome pledged a projection forming the entrance to a high dark room porch. The home is dug in the ground and some bamboo partitions , blackened by smoke, define interior spaces. Many utensils and gourds are hung on the walls , and the wheels to crush the Kocho share the ground with small three-legged stools .
When the base of a house is damaged by moisture or termite population is assembled to cut the damaged part , then moves the sound structure to an appropriate location using bamboo poles . While ¬ retre cissant every move the life of a house is about 40 years, its construction , community, calls for a fortnight. Dorze excel in weaving and their fine fine cotton stoles is known throughout Ethiopia. Only men tis ¬ feels and trades are stuck at ground level , the craftsman slipping into a cavity in the earth lante ¬ col .