Enticho is a town in northern Ethiopia. Located on the Inguya River in the Mehakelegnaw (Central) Zone of the Tigray Region, it has a latitude and longitude of 14°16′N 39°09′E / 14.267°N 39.150°E with an elevation of 1964 meters above sea level. It is the administrative center of Enticho woreda. Enticho is the location where on 1 July 1889 that Fitawrari Dabbab Araya (later Dejazmach) met Dejazmach Embaye. Dabbab was taken prisoner by Ras Alula Engida's followers two weeks later. After the Italian conquest, a telegraph office was opened in the town on 22 April 1936, and a post office on 1 July. Records at the Nordic Africa Institute website provide details of a primary school in the town in 1968. More recently, Enticho was the site where the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front defeated armed units of the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Party (EPRP) on 23 March 1978, and pursued them back to the EPRP's stronghold on Mount Asimba. Wikipedia
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