List of facilities, industries, buildings, cultural heritages, and infrastructures destroyed, looted, burned, or damaged by Ethiopian Army, Eritrean troops and Amhara forces in the war on Tigray

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(Source: Tghat) –

This is a list of facilities, industries, buildings, cultural heritages, and infrastructures that have been destroyed, looted, burned, or damaged by the invading forces in the war on Tigray.

  Property Type Location Damage Source Remark
1 Almeda Textile Textile Factory Adwa Burned, destroyed and looted 1, 2 It is a one of EFFORT companies. Check its website
2 Saba Dimensional Stones PLC Marble, granite, limestone production company Adwa Looted   It is a one of EFFORT companies. Website.
3 Addis Pharmaceutical Pharmaceutical Factory Adigrat destroyed and looted 1, 2 Company profile, see 1, and 2
4 Adigrat University Public University Adigrat Looted   It is one of the public universities in Tigray. Wikipedia.
5 Goda Bottle and Glass Factory Manufacturing plant Adigrat Looted    
6 Zenith Hair Oil Factory Hair oil factory Shire Burned, destroyed, and looted 1, 2  
7 Axum Airport Airport Axum Bombed 1 It is an airport serving Axum, a city in the northern part of Tigray.
8 Axum University Public University Axum Looted   It is one of the public universities in Tigray. Website.
9 Al-Nejashi Mosque Mosque Negash, Wukro Damaged and looted. 1 It is believed to be the oldest mosque in Africa.
10 Welkait Sugar Factory Sugar Factory Welkait Bombed   It is a sugar factory found in Welkait, Tigray.
11 Yeha Monastery Historical Monastery Yeha Looted by the Eritrean soldiers. 1 A historical monastery.
12 Cherkos Church Church Zalambessa Destroyed by the Eritrean forces 1, 2 An Orthodox Christian Church found in Zalambessa.
13 Semayata Dimensional Stones Factory Stones Factory Wukro Destroyed and looted by the Eritrean soldiers. 1 A dimensional Stones factory found in Wukro, Tigray.
14 Debre Damo Monastery Adigrat Destroyed and looted by the Eritrean soldiers. 1, 2 A 6th-century monastery in Adigrat, Tigray.

 

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