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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

Post by Cigar » 11 Jun 2019, 18:18

Wardi and Yemane baria together on stage.
Can't get bigger than that in praising Eritreanism and Asmarinism.


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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

Post by Zmeselo » 11 Jun 2019, 18:49

Brother cigar, like you said, it never ends. I could go on & on.

There's even an arab singer, named Asmara. :lol:


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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

Post by Temt » 11 Jun 2019, 18:52

Sudanese Singers at 22nd Eritrean Independence Day Asmara Stadium 2013


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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

Post by Cigar » 11 Jun 2019, 19:54

Al'Amin Abdeletif.
This song is about where majority of the parents and grandparents of the snotty, filthy and ungrateful agames of this site were residing, while begging in the Eritrean households, prostituting, slaughtering sheep and goats, selling dryed up hides, empty bottles, selling beles for and from the Eritrean families, shoe shining in the street of Asmara and of course thieving.
Leflafi adghi and degnet were frequently seen holding their parents hands when their parents were using their ugly faces as sympathy magnet for a better left over dinners.


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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

Post by pushkin » 11 Jun 2019, 20:20

Asmara Bela Classical Music

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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

Post by Selam/ » 12 Jun 2019, 08:28

No question Asmara is a unique city in that it is a show case of art-deco and classical architecture. Its palm trees combined with the tropical highland breath, the building landmarks, cleanliness and serenity are remarkable. I would love to go back for a few weeks visit. I wonder though who owns all these historical buildings. Are they privately owned or just public properties?
Fed_Up wrote:
11 Jun 2019, 15:57

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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

Post by Degnet » 12 Jun 2019, 08:40

Fed_Up wrote:
11 Jun 2019, 15:57
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It is just like the Oromo talking about Addis Abeba

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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

Post by kerenite » 12 Jun 2019, 12:40

pushkin wrote:
12 Jun 2019, 08:53

Wow!!!, welcome to the justice seekers eris bitsay pushkin aka kuasmeda (better late than never as they say).

Thanks for sharing the sad song of the famous Hussain mohamed ali who happens to be a nephew of the famous alamin abdeletif. BTW, he is living in diaspora (saudi arabia) as we speak and fighting for our rights by singing (above song in the video clip is one among many) :mrgreen:

Welcome to the YIAKIL group :mrgreen:

P.S. part of his lyrics in our tgrayit language (tgre ethnic group) goes: KEFENA...KEFENA and its literal translation in tigrigna is YIAKLENA or YIAKIL. :mrgreen:
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Re: Asmara - the city of serenity

Post by pushkin » 12 Jun 2019, 12:51

Kereneiti wedi Shire! Every Song Regarding Eritrea or Asmara doesn't represent Agames borrowed Yiakil banner.

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