The most important landmarks of Libya

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Libya

Libya is one of the Arab countries located in North Africa, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea on the northern side, Egypt on the eastern side, Algeria and Tunisia on the western side, and Sudan to the southeastern side, while Niger and Chad are located to the south of them, and their area is about 1.8 million Kilometer square, and occupies the fourth place in terms of the largest area in the continent of Africa, and is characterized by its contain many historical and archaeological sites and cities that encourage people to visit, and we will review in this article some of the landmarks of Libya.

The most important landmarks of Libya

Cochlear effects

It is located in the region of Wadi Qarza, and includes houses and cemeteries built in the form of structures and obelisks, which constitute seven shrines built from materials found in the surrounding area, and called the northern cemetery to separate and distinguish it from the southern cemetery consisting of seven burials, and it should be noted that the settlement of Qarza returns In its establishment until the time of “Septimius Severus” where a plot of land was given to soldiers who were demobilized from military service to serve in it, as opposed to being a defensive line against any attack from the Libyan tribes.

Villa Selene

The construction of Villa Celine dates back to the late second century and early third century AD, and it is one of the villas constructed by the wealthy Romans outside the city walls, and is considered one of the most beautiful monuments in Libya, and is characterized by its alabaster walls and gardens adorned with water fountains, and the most beautiful types of flowers and fruit trees, and in Inside the house are large halls surrounded by bedrooms for sleeping, sitting, dining, and libraries, and the floors are characterized by being tiled with mosaics and marble, and beautiful frescoes are painted on their walls, and sculptures are scattered along their sides.

The antique mane

The name Libda was mentioned in many historical sources with several names, so it was known in the Punic period, for example, by the name of “Libka”, and in the name of “Lips” in the Greek era, and in the name of “Lebes” in the Roman era, and I took the name “Lebda” in the era of Septamus Severus, in When the name “Lebdah Qudurd” was mentioned in the Policic inscriptions, specifically in the first century BC.

The history of the construction of an archaeological maneuver dates back to the sixth century B.C., and it was considered in the Phoenician era as a commercial headquarters for the importance of its geographical location, the enormity of its buildings, and the fertility of its land that helped its prosperity throughout its long history, and it fell under the Carthaginian rule until 146 BC, and under Roman rule in In 439 B.C., and in the period between 439 and 534 B.C., she was subject to the rule of “Alo Nadal” until the Byzantines eliminated them, and their rule remained until the Islamic conquest came in 642 AD. The archeological block includes: the Temple of Rome August, the theater, the Learbather temple, the wrestling ring, the market, and a bow called the Arc de Triomphe. It also contains a museum that contains its most important archaeological treasures.

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