Funny scenes from the entertaining family game Yebeteseb Chewata season 19. A 3D virtual exhibition allows visitors to Addis Ababa to explore the world heritage sites of the Entoto Fine Arts Center. The organizers ‘Lalibela Carving Faith’ presents the archeology and landscape of rock-carved churches through virtual reality. Tourism Minister Nasise Chali said the introduction of innovation and digitalization in tourism will help promote historical, social, and cultural values. The minister invited domestic and foreign tourists to the exhibition to experience a unique guided tour of the church in 3D. Lalibela Rock Churches Administration, Tourism Ethiopia, and the French Embassy in Ethiopia are the organizers of the exhibition. French ambassador to Ethiopia, Remi Malechaux, said the exhibition was “the first of its kind in all of Africa”. Ambassador Remy said, “This exhibition is also digitally unique. “This 3D experience takes measurements at billions of points inside the church, giving visitors a closer visual reality, even more, accurate than visiting the interior.” The virtual show, which launched on October 7th, will be open to the public for two months without any changes. Constructed in the 12th century by King Lalibela, his 11 rock-hewn churches are one of the first cultural sites he was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1978. Lalibela still serves as the spiritual center of Ethiopian Christians, attracting hundreds of thousands of pilgrims each year.