The film opens with close up and long distance views from the National Theater of Addis Ababa formerly known as Haile Selassie I Theater. It started being built during the Italian occupation as the Cinema Marconi and was completed in 1955. In front of the theater, the Lion of Judah Statue stands like a guard.
The lens continues its wandering, on Churchill Street in Adwa Square, recording the movement of passers-by and the vehicles on the streets of Addis Ababa. We pass by a lawn-covered junction, we see aspects of the building’s structure of the center, ending up in the Commercial Bank building.
Afterwards, views from the Ethiopia Hotel and the film closes with views from the everyday life of the city’s center.