Lucy is a pre-hominid skeleton of the species Australopithecus afarensis, 3.5 million years old. It is in the National Museum in Addis Ababa and it was one of my dreams in this fabulous journey through Ethiopia, to see Lucy. Her name is because when she was discovered at the Beatles song "Lucy in te sky with diamons" was playing. The museum located in the city center is small but very well kept, has a bit of everything yes very interesting, has paintings of Lalibela, the thrones of the emperors, and utensils. The clothes really are worth a visit, a museum in Africa it is not common and this is worth a visit.
The Waga or totem pole of wood sculptures of Konsor is dedicated to their heroes. It is placed in the middle of the fields where the hero had died. He was a soldier who was represented by a gun. To protect it, a small museum was built with a wonderful artefacts. It is also declared a World Heritage site.