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Libya is a country in the Maghreb region of North Africa, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, Egypt to the east, Sudan to the southeast, Chad and Niger to the south, and Algeria and Tunisia to the west.

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Benghazi Zoo.
Gurgi Mosque.
Leptis Magna.
Mausoleum of Bes.
Red Castle Museum.
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Tadrart Acacus.
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LIBYA Top 38 Tourist Places | Libya Tourism

Libya (Things to do - Places to Visit) - LIBYA Top Tourist Places
A country in North Africa

Libya, officially the State of Libya, is a country in the Maghreb region in North Africa, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, Egypt to the east, Sudan to the southeast, Chad to the south, Niger to the southwest, Algeria to the west, and Tunisia to the northwest.

Libya extends over 1,759,540 square kilometers (679,362 sq mi), making it the 16th largest nation in the world by size. This is a southern wind blowing from one to four days in spring and autumn. There are also dust storms and sandstorms. Oases can also be found scattered throughout Libya, the most important of which are Ghadames and Kufra.

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TOP 10 MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACES IN LIBYA

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جميلة الأماكن في ليبيا ,

1) Tripoli, Libya
2) Jamahiriya Museum, Tripoli, Libya
3) Assaraya al-Hamra, Tripoli, Libya
4) Benghazi, Cyrenaica, Libya
5) Dirj, Libya
6) Ghadames City, Ghadames District, Libya
7) Leptis Magna, Khoms, Libya
8) Cyrene, Libya
9) Sabratha, Zawiya District, Libya
10) Tadrart Acacus, Ghat District, Libya
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Libya Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Libya.
Libya is one of the most interesting desert countries and it is gradually opening its doors to the outside world. It is a veritable treasure trove of history. Ancient art and culture of various epochs as well as the fascinating exotic flair of the Orient make Libya a wonderful and fascinating holiday destination. The capital, Tripoli, awakes early in the morning as fishermen return from their nocturnal work at sea along with their catch which is fresh and tasty and ready for market. In antiquity Tripoli was called Oea and was one of the three cities of Tripolitania. Seventy kilometres west of Tripoli and also located on the Mediterranean coast are the remains of the ancient trading town of Sabratha. Its Theatre has been rebuilt and is an impressive structure that dates back to the second century A.D. It was originally built by the Romans who came here after the Phoenicians and gave the city a completely new appearance. It could accommodate up to five thousand onlookers. Just like the country’s former explorers we venture further and further into the desert and spend the night in Kirkiba Camp in circular straw huts at the foot of huge sand dunes. Next day we visit Garma, now in ruins, but whioch around two thousand years ago was the capital of the Garamantes Realm. From the Sahara we travel to the country’s eastern Mediterranean coast and to ancient Cyrenaika, the largest city in today’s Benghazi. Of the historic city of the Pentapolis, the Greek five-city alliance, nothing remains today as it is now covered by modern city buildings. Magnificent history, untouched coastlines and endless desert landscapes with oasis settlements, salt lakes, rock paintings and Berber towns: Libya, a little known land in amazing North Africa.

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TRIPOLI Top 9 Tourist Places | Tripoli Tourism | LIBYA

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Capital of Libya

Tripoli is the capital city and the largest city of Libya, with a population of about 1.158 million people in 2018.

It is located in the northwest of Libya on the edge of the desert, on a point of rocky land projecting into the Mediterranean Sea and forming a bay.

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THIS IS LIBYA ????????(I can't believe I am here...)

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I HAVE MADE IT SAFELY TO LIBYA, COUNTRY #184!

All of the stress of getting the visa and acting as a business consultant is behind me now, and I have REALLY ENJOYED exploring the capital and biggest city of Tripoli. This city really caught me by surprise!

My intention from making this video is to give you a glimpse of the local life, and tell you what it's like to visit Libya as a tourist from my perspective.

There will be more stories to follow from Libya over the coming days. Thanks for watching, and share if you enjoyed :)

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Tunisia to Libya trip-Part 1 (travel day) Vlog #027

My trip to Libya via Houmt Souk, Tunisia.

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Libya (12/2010) - Tripoli, Medina

Tripoli (Arabic: طرابلس‎ Ṭarābulus)- also طرابلس الغرب Ṭarābulus al-Gharb Libyan vernacular: Ṭrābləs pronunciation; derived from Τρίπολη; the Greek word for three cities in Greek: Τρίπολις Tripolis) is the largest city and capital of Libya.
The Tripoli metropolitan area (district area) has a population of 1,065,405 (2006 census). The city is located in the northwest of the country on the edge of the desert, on a point of rocky land projecting into the Mediterranean Sea and forming a bay. Tripoli was founded in the 7th century BC by the Phoenicians, who named it Oea.
Tripoli is the largest city, the principal sea port, and the largest commercial and manufacturing center in Libya. It is also the site of Al-Fateh University. Due to the city's long history, there are many sites of archaeological significance in Tripoli. The climate is typical Mediterranean, with hot, dry summers, cool winters and some modest rainfall.
The city's old town is still unspoiled by mass-tourism, though it is increasingly being exposed to more and more visitors from abroad, following the lifting of the UN embargo in 2003. However, the walled Medina retains much of its serene old-world ambiance. The Assaraya al-Hamra (the Red Castle), a vast palace complex with numerous courtyards, dominates the city skyline and is located on the outskirts of the Medina. There are some classical statues and fountains from the Ottoman period scattered around the castle.
The Gurgi and Karamanli mosques, with their intricate decorations and tilework, are examples of the artistic skills of local craftsmen. Just outside the Gurgi mosque is the Arch of Marcus Aurelius, the only surviving Roman monument in the city. More and more palaces (especially from the Karamanli period) are also being restored and opened to the public. The basic street plan of the medina was laid down in the Roman period when the walls were constructed as protection against attacks from the interior of Tripolitania, and are considered well planned, possibly better than modern street plans. In the 8th century a wall on the sea-facing side of the city was added.
Three gates provided access to the old town: Bab Zanata in the west, Bab Hawara in the southeast and Bab Al-Bahr in the north wall. The city walls are still standing and can be climbed for good views of the city. The Bazaar is also known for its traditional ware; fine jewelery and clothes can be found in the local markets.
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What Can $10 Get in DAKAR, SENEGAL? (Budget Travel)

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DAKAR, SENEGAL IS AMAZING and this video was so much fun to make!!

Join me as I hit the street markets one of Africa's most vibrant, colorful and energetic cities to see how many things I can get for just $10 USD!

Truth be told, Dakar lives up to all of the hype. This place is just about as good as a city can get -- kind people, beautiful beaches, delicious food, and amazing architecture including the newly opened largest mosque in West Africa.

Have you ever wanted to go to Dakar? Ask me any questions in the comments below and I'll get back to you!

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I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS (Leptis Magna, Libya)

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LIBYA.. WHO KNEW? Today was one of those days where I truly can't believe what I saw with my own two eyes.

Located in Northern Libya, Leptis Magna is widely considered to be (one of) the world's most preserved ancient Roman cities.

I had the entire place to myself and I have been in a constant state of shock by how impressive this is. By now, I've had the chance to thoroughly explore 5 or 6 Roman cities -- and Leptis Magna is by far the best.

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Welcome To Libya Tourism - Unravel Travel TV

Tourism in Libya is an industry still in its infancy but one that will gradually start growing. The country is best known for its ancient Greek and Roman ruins and Sahara desert landscapes. There are five UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the country, three of which are classical ruins. The Roman cities of Sabratha and Leptis Magna in Western Libya and the Greek ruins of Cyrene in the East are big tourist attractions. One of the attractions of Libya's archeological sites, is that they are not as heavily populated by tourists as are other ancient sites in North Africa and southern Europe.

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Why I Don't Like This Country ????????

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While I constantly try to find the positives in every place I visit, there are few places that I just simply didn't enjoy.

The country of Brunei is one of them.

I went to Brunei back in 2014, three years before I made videos, but my negative experiences in the country have stuck in my mind ever since. That, combined with its absurd human rights laws such as stoning to death LGBT members, I was pushed to make this video.

Have you ever visited any countries that you didn't enjoy? Please share below, I'm curious to know.

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10 Things Not to Do in Algeria

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Algeria, that unknown and yet wonderful country. Not everybody thinks about it when thinking about their holidays but they should. So, to help you prepare your trip we bring you these Things not to do in Algeria.

1) Don't forget your visa
The visa to Algeria isn’t particularly the easiest one and, unfortunately, it’s required for most countries in the world. So try to have it ready before you start your trip and you'll avoid a lot of trouble.

2) Don't Expect Sleep to Be Cheap
Mass tourism doesn’t really exist in Algeria, so hotels are very expensive if we compare them with how cheap anything else is in the country. You can find prices from 30€ to 200€, although, most of them are over 50€ a night. If you're travelling with a lower budget you can always get a youth hostel instead where you'll pay around 2 € per night. On the other hand, you could always try CouchSurfing, making sure the people you choose look safe and have many positive references. It’s a great way to meet local people!

3) Don't forget your dictionary
Most of the younger people do know English but don't hold on that because, it’s not that easy to find people who speak English. The official language in Algeria is Arabic and some people speak French as it was a French colony. So if you want to be able to communicate bring a dictionary in French.

4) Don't get a taxi
Taxis are expensive and they usually try to cheat tourists. You can use the Yassir mobile app which is basically the same as Uber, or get a bus. Although, they don't tend to follow their schedules. Renting a car isn't that cheap either. And if you go to the desert try to book a flight, they're not too expensive and you’ll save some time too.

5) Don't forget your cell
If you want to be able to move freely without a guide and find historical places, hotels or restaurants by yourself, don't forget to bring your cell phone and install the Waze app which is a free driving directions & live traffic map app that works the best in Algeria.

6) Don't travel everywhere
Borders with Libya, Mauritania, Mali and (nisher) Niger are absolutely no-go zones in Algeria, they're the most dangerous ones, as are remote or mountains areas. But don't worry because these areas are far from all the tourist attractions.

7) Don't rely on having Wi-fi everywhere
Sure big hotels, offices, and random apartments are sure to have a wifi connection. However, if you’re out and about and want to use the internet in Algeria you'll need to get a local sim card with data which will cost you around 5-10€ per month. And, out of the 3 different networks they have, choose Mobilis, it has a better range.

8) Don't forget your money
Here, the local currency is Algerian dinar. And there are not many places where ATM machines accept international bank cards. Sure, you could try the airports, huge hotels like Sheraton or regular banks, but sometimes they're out of money. So to avoid being left without money, bring some emergency cash too .

9) Don't start your diet
In Algeria, they eat a lot of fast food such as shawarma and fries, they're very cheap and you'll find them everywhere. But you can always go to a restaurant to eat nice food, if you prefer, which will cost you about the same as western European restaurants do. Oh, and don’t forget, drinking alcohol in public is forbidden.

10) Don't think it’s all just sand
When people think of Algeria they imagine riding camels in the desert. But, guess what? There are also cars, buses and trains, just like your city, yep. This is a civilized country! Sure, the Sahara desert occupies four-fifths of the Algerian territory, but they also have a coastline, ancient Roman Empire ruins and stunning heritage of the Ottoman Empire, Spain, France and much more.

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☝ How I lived Libya under Gaddafi, Tripoli ☝ Как жила Ливия при Каддафи, Триполи

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Tripolitania (Libya) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Tripolitania in Libya.
Tripolitania: at first sight there are few traces of this ancient and legendary place in northwest Libya but it once had three great cities, Sabratha, Leptis Magna And Oea, Tripoli, once named Oea, dates back to the 7th century B.C. when Tripoli was an important trading centre for the Carthaginians. As much as anything else it is the local plants, majestic palm trees and impressive cacti that give Tripoli its Mediterranean atmosphere. Clearly, the influence of the sea is only present close to the coast as a few kilometres inland is endless desert. An eye-catching landmark that dates back to the time of the corsairs is the Citadel in Tripoli’s harbour. The Arabs enlarged the original Byzantine complex to a fortress and for a short spell the city fell into the hands of the Spanish. Sabratha is the youngest of the three great cities of Tripolitania. Thanks to much restoration work the Theatre is one of the most impressive architectural monuments of this once legendary trading city. The restored façade of the Roman stage building is one of the most beautiful to be seen anywhere. Columns of green-white Cipollino Marble with artistic capitols underline the extraordinary architectural charm of Sabratha’s ancient theatre. Around a hundred and twenty kilometres east of Tripoli is Tripolitania’s third ancient metropolis of Leptis Magna, a unique excavation site. The oldest finds in Leptis Magna were made in a Punic cemetery that had been built on by the Romans. Under the rule of Carthage, Leptis Magna became an important trading metropolis until it fell into the hands of the Numidians. The remains of the legendary Tripolitania of antiquity continue to inspire even today and are proof of a great and golden epoch.

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MYANMAR HAS CHANGED ????????(so happy to be back!!!)

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HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY FROM MYANMAR! ❤️

I'm so happy that I FINALLY made it back to Myanmar after 5 loooong years, and I am shocked my how much this country has evolved.

5 years ago, there weren't any ATM machines and now there's about 10 on every street. 5 years ago there was a huge shortage in hotels, and now there are hundreds to choose from. 5 years ago the domestic airport was a tiny shack and now it's as modern and glorious as the one in Bangkok.

All I can say is that I am thrilled to be back in this incredible country, and I hope you're ready to hear some of Asia's most unique stories here over the coming 5 days!

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Tripoli Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Tripoli in Libya.
Tripoli is the capital of the desert state of Libya. The old town is known as the Medina and with its narrow lanes and squat buildings it is a combination of Arabian, North African and Mediterranean cultures. The joie de vivre of the local people is obvious and music and dance are part of their daily life. In antiquity the city was called Oea that was one of the three cities of Tripolitania and in Roman times this section of the coast contained the trading towns of Leptis Magna and Sabratha. Since 1963 Tripoli has been the capital of the Great Socialist Libyan-Arab People’s Republic. The old town contains a souk that was almost fully abandoned following the Great Revolution as private trading was then forbidden but when the law was abolished in 1988 it once again sprang to life. Modern Tripoli is undergoing constant development. Contemporary architecture is everywhere with skyscrapers that contain offices and apartments that have been built on the periphery of the city. Around seventy kilometres west of Tripoli and also located on the Mediterranean coast are the remains of the ancient trading town of Sabratha. Its Theatre has been rebuilt and is still an impressive structure that dates back to the second century A.D. Tripoli, along with the historic towns of the former Tripolitania, is one of the most spectacular places of ancient culture in North Africa and the heritage of an advanced civilisation located on the edge of the Sahara.

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