In the late nineteenth century, Emperor Menelik II extended the nation's outskirts to Ethiopia, a nation on the Horn of Africa. The nation lies totally inside the tropical scopes and is generally conservative, with comparable north-south and east-west measurements. The capital is Addis Ababa ("New Flower"), found nearly at the focal point of the nation. Ethiopia is the biggest and most populated nation in the Horn of Africa. elaborately and stylishly, from the religious to the mainstream. The campaigns are wealthy in shading and bursting at the seams with development and life. Numerous craftsmen have moved far from conventional organizations, grasping more extensive and more comprehensive mixes of subjects and mediums.