Portrait of a village in Yeha. In Yeha, in addition to visits to the ruins, it is also possible to visit some of the potters. Yeha is situated in the northern mountainous section of the Tigray region. Although this small payment survives today as a people of the shack, was once a place of great pre-Axumite civilization. Believed to be Ethiopia's first capital, Yeha was first initially discovered in an archaeological excavation around a courtyard complex of 20 C. The early settlers of this area, the Sabeans, were the founders of the Axumite Kingdom. The temple of Yeha, with one side of its walls in ruin, is otherwise still intact and testifies to the advanced level of the people of those times. There is no trace of mortar used to build the temple of the inside of the walls had been believed were paved with gold.