Portrait of an old man in Kebran Gabriel Monastery on Lake Tana. Kebran Gabriel, the monastery near Bahar Dar, is a major tourist attraction for male visitors, as it is one of the places where women are banned. Originally established in the fourteenth century and rebuilt during the reign of Emperor Iyasy me, is a modest building, but with a different impressive cathedral. Ura Kidane Mehret is populair another attraction that is open to women. Located on the peninsula of Zeghe, the design of the monastery dates from the same period as that of the one at Kebran Gabriel, but a building is more decorative, arched over with huge wooden ceiling and frescoed inside full color depicting scenes of biblical tradition and history of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church.