The National Museum of Ethiopia. Representation in wax recent leaders of the country. The National Museum is home to Lucy (Dinqnesh), probably the most famous skeleton of a hominid in the world. Found in 1974 at Hadar in the banks of the Awash, was named Australopithecus Afariensis, has more than three million years, the oldest hominid found to date. The museum also has an interesting collection of archaeological artifacts and history of Ethiopia, as well as objects of art and culture.