Landmarks of Libya

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Landmarks in Libya

Great mane

The Leptis Magna region was established by the Phoenicians in the first millennium BC, and this ancient archaeological site was isolated, quiet and impressive in Libya because of its distinction, some parts of the ancient temples and excavations in the Greater Libda have been transferred to the museums and gardens of England.

Corina

Korena or Sirin is one of the largest Greek monuments in North Africa. It is a legendary mixture of Greek temples and ancient houses on top of the mountain slopes in eastern Libya. The area was abandoned in the fourth century AD after the big earthquake, and tourists are currently visiting it to see The remains of its relics and wandering in the huge buildings in it, in addition to the presence of a cemetery and the sanctuary of Saint Apollo in it.

Ghadames

Ghadames is located between the sand dunes in the northern desert of Libya, near the Libyan-Algerian border, and is famous for its compact white houses and its winding alleys built from white brick walls. This region has been considered a world heritage site by UNESCO, and tourists are currently visiting it To explore the area and enjoy the view of roads full of palm trees.

Libya’s largest city

Tripoli

Tripoli is the capital of Libya and its most densely populated city, with a population of about 1,188,000 people. Tripoli is located in the northwestern part of Libya; it overlooks the Mediterranean, and is an economic center in Libya, as it is the first in There are several areas, such as banking, telecommunications, and finance, and there is the Tripoli International Exhibition that opened in 1927, which is the oldest trade fair in Africa, and there is the Libyan National Museum and the Red Castle Museum, which was established in 1919.

Benghazi

Benghazi, the coastal city of Benghazi, is the second largest city in Libya, with a population of 665,778 people, and it is one of the economic centers in Libya, where there is a port that is relied upon to import food and manufactured products, in addition to the presence of the headquarters of the Libyan Parliament in it, and the National Library Libyan, the headquarters of the Libyan Airlines, and the National Oil Corporation.

Misurata

Misrata is located on the northwest coast in Libya, along the Mediterranean, and it is the third largest city in Libya, with a population of 315,500 people. At the present time Misurata is a commercial center in the country, and is famous for its great organization and coordination, and there is a university Misurata was established in 1938, in addition to the presence of four football clubs, the railway line, and a port that was recently built.

Libya’s geographical location

The country of Libya (Libya) is located in the north of the continent of Africa. Most of the Libyan lands are located in the Sahara Desert, and most of its inhabitants live in the coastal regions and its capital is Tripoli and in the city of Benghazi which is also one of the largest cities in Libya. Libya includes three historical regions: Tripoli, which is located In the northwest of the country, and Cyrenaica located in eastern Libya, and Fezzan in the southwest region, these three regions were unified during the Italian rule to form a single colony.

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