A carpet weaver develop typical Ethiopian town of Lalibela. It is difficult to find an Ethiopian pilgrimage to Lalibela has not, or at least, that does not reflect on his face mixed feelings of joy, pride and devotion when someone mentions the name of the most sacred place in Ethiopia. It is also difficult to find somewhere else to the depth of faith is so evident as in this ancient capital, where are some of the most extraordinary churches that the world has known. I refer to the numerous temples carved into the rock, which, taken together, are now part of the great World Heritage Site. One of the things that most impresses the traveler arriving first modern Ethiopia is the religious devotion that permeates-like water, almost unnoticed-whole social fabric. Do not forget that this country was the world's first Christian state after Armenia, and unswervingly follows the Orthodox rite since the fourth century. Although it was not until the twelfth century, when the emperor of ancient Roha, Lalibela, a fervent Christian who, according to legend, God himself appeared on several occasions, to undertake this massive project, to be completed in only twelve .