This castle, known as "African Camelot", is inscribed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Where is it?

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in Ethiopia
in Tunisia
in Senegal
Fasil Ghebbi is a fortress-enclosure located in Gondar, Ethiopia. It was built in 1636 by Emperor Fasilidies, who broke with the old tradition of the Ethiopian Emperors to travel around their possessions, living off the produce of the peasants and dwelling in tents. The unique architecture of Fasil Ghebbi shows diverse influences, including Nubian, Arab, and Baroque styles.
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