The birthplace of Ethiopian civilization
There are no mountains we would not climb
|• Total||53,638 km2 (20,710 sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+3 (EAT)|
|ISO 3166 code||ET-TI|
Tigray has 1 international airport and 4 commercial airports. The international airport is Alula Aba Nega Airport. The 4 commercial airports are Shire Airport, Humera Airport, Dansha Airport, and Axum Atse Yohannes 4th Airport.
- Ferrah Imba, 3939 metres, summit of the Tsibet massif in Endamekoni woreda ( ), and highest peak of Tigray
- Imba Alaje, 3438 metres, in Alaje woreda ( )
- Mugulat, 3263 metres, in Ganta Afeshum woreda ( ); one of its spurs is crossed by the Siqurto foot tunnel
- Upper plateaus of the Atsbi Horst at 3057 metres in Atsbi Wenberta woreda ( )
- Imba Tsion, 2917 metres, in Hawzen woreda ( )
- Ekli Imba, 2799 metres, summit of the Arebay massif in Degua Tembien woreda ( )
- Imba Aradom, 2756 metres, in Hintalo Wajirat woreda ( )
- Soloda, 2436 metres, part of the Adwa plugs in Adwa woreda ( )
- Imba Neway, 2388 metres, in Abergele (woreda)( )
Like other Regions in Ethiopia, Tigray is divided into administrative zones:
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