The 12th c. rock hewn alleyways of Lalibela, Ethiopia. The entire complex was built top-down by carving into the ground and cutting into the rock.
On the edge of the cliffside on the way to Daniel Korkor cave church in the Gheralta Mountains. Facing fears.
Church of St. George. Carved top-down from red volcanic rock in the 12th century. Ethiopia's signature historical sight...remarkable. Note the tiny people, right. George slew the dragon. For this, Ethiopia named a beer after him and a country was named after him, too.