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Asabot is a town in eastern Ethiopia. Named after a nearby mountain, this town is located in the Mirab Hararghe Zone of the Oromia Region, with a latitude and longitude of {{#invoke:Coordinates|coord}}{{#coordinates:9|15|N|40|34|E|region:ET_type:city|| |primary |name= }}. It is served by a railway station on the Addis Ababa - Djibouti Railway.

Between 1954 and 1967 telephone service reached the town.<ref name=NAI-web>"Local History in Ethiopia" The Nordic Africa Institute website (accessed 26 July 2009)</ref> Mobile telephone service was introduced to Asabot May 2009.<ref>"Six towns in W. Hararge get access to mobile telephone service", Ethiopian News Agency 23 May 2009 (accessed 30 May 2009)</ref> A local landmark is the church, dedicated to Haile Selassie ("Holy Tinity"), which was decorated with paintings by the artist Emailaf Heruy in the 1930s.<ref name=NAI-web/>

Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, this town has an estimated total population of 13,130, of whom 6,767 are men and 6,363 are women.<ref>CSA 2005 National Statistics, Table B.4</ref> The 1994 national census reported Asabot had a total population of 7,335, of whom 3,670 were men and 3,665 were women. It is one of five towns in Mieso woreda.

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