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Libya is one of the Arab African countries located in the northern side of it, and its land area is 1.8 million km2, as it occupies the fourth place among the countries of Africa in terms of area, and its capital is the city of Tripoli, and the number of its states is twenty two states, and this name was named in relation to the Libo tribe that settled since thousands of years. The system of government in Libya is parliamentary, and its population according to 2014 statistics reached 6,258,984 people.

Tourist attractions in Libya

Ancient cities

  • The archaeological city of Sabratha, which was established at the beginning of the first millennium BC, and includes: the Punic temples, the Forum Square Forum, the Municipal Council (Korea), the basilica, the Punic mausoleum, the Justinian Church, and the Sabratha theater.
  • The archeological town of Libda, which was established in the sixth century BC, has been known as the remains of the Punic period, and is worn in the Greek era, and clothing in the Romen era, and the town in the era of Septamus Severus, and includes both: the Learbather temple, the wrestling arena, the Temple of Rome August, and the Arch Victory.
  • The ancient city of Sousse, known in ancient times by several names such as Apollonia and Suzusa, and includes: Romen baths, the Duke’s Palace, the Greco-Romen theater, and Byzantine baths.
  • The ancient city of Shehat, dating back to the Greeks, was established in 631 BC, and includes: the Shura Council, the Agora, the Temple of Apollo, the Acropolis Castle, the Temple of Zeus, the Greek baths, and the Hercules Corridor.
  • The archaeological city of Germa, established in the first century AD by the Germans, and includes both: royal tombs that feature tombstones designed in the form of palm trees, and burials built in the form of domes and pyramids.

Other parameters

  • The inscriptions of Sidi Gharib, dating from prehistoric times, are located in the Sidi Gharib area in Tarhuna.
  • Villa Celine, built by the Romens during their rule of the state, features arches decorated with reliefs, terraces for seating, and a floor tiled with mosaics and marble.
  • The city wall of Tokra, which includes thirty-one towers, three main gates, the playground, Byzantine churches, and baths.
  • The palace of King Idris Al-Senussi, known as the Royal Palace, was built at the beginning of the rule of the Libyan Kingdom, and it is located to the west of the city of Al-Baida, specifically behind the Al-Kawa neighborhood.
  • The library of the Libyan Attorney General, located in the city of Tarhuna, and it has more than 2500 books, and was opened in 2013.
  • The ancient mosque, which is located in the city of Benghazi, specifically in the municipality square, and is one of the oldest mosques that were built in the city, as it was built in 1577 AD by the Ottomans.
  • Ain Sharkara is located in the city of Tarhuna, and is considered one of the most famous waterfalls in Libya.

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