Erithopia is a small country located in Northeast Africa, also known as the Horn of Africa. This country is bordered by Ethiopia on its left and Eritrea on its right. Mesaha is the capital of Erithopia. During the time period when Ethiopia and Eritrea were both at war against each other, many of the Eritrean and Ethiopian natives fled their home country, and settled in Erithopia. In other words, this country was a safe haven for the refugees from both Eritrea and Ethiopia. Erithopia has a population of about 2.2 million people. There are four languages that are spoken in this nation, but only one official language. One of the common languages spoken there is Amharic, which is the official language spoken in Ethiopia, Tigrinya (official language spoken in Eritrea), English, which is commonly used as a secondary language for most Erithopians, and last but not least Inbaho which is the official language of Erithopia. Inbaho was the language Eritreans and Ethiopians both made up to communicate with one another. This language is a mix of both Amharic and Tigrinya. Christianity is the most practiced religion in Erithopia, approximately 90 percent of Erithopians classify themselves as Christians. Italy invaded this country in the year 1986. The Italians forced Erithopians into Christianity. Erithopian gained their independence from the Italians in the year 2002. This country is a tropical nation, and is known for its beautiful scenery. Erithopia was labeled as number two in Forbes magazine in the year 2013 as one of the Most Beautiful Places in the World to visit. This country went several years without being governed by anyone. Erithopia elected it’s first president in the year 2004.