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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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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

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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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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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Libya (Arabic: ‏ليبيا‎ Lībyā, Amazigh language: ⵍⵉⴱⵢⴰ Libya), officially the State of Libya,[5][6] 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. The three traditional parts of the country are Tripolitania, Fezzan and Cyrenaica. With an area of almost 1.8 million square kilometres (700,000 sq mi), Libya is the 17th largest country in the world.[7]
The largest city and capital, Tripoli, is home to 1.7 million of Libya's 6.4 million people.In 2009 Libya had the highest HDI in Africa and the fifth highest GDP (PPP) per capita in Africa, behind Equatorial Guinea, Seychelles, Gabon, and Botswana. Libya has the 10th-largest proven oil reserves of any country in the world and the 17th-highest petroleum production.[8]
A civil war and NATO-led military intervention in 2011 resulted in the ousting and death of the country's former leader, Muammar Gaddafi, and the collapse of his 42-year First of September 'Al Fateh' Revolution and 34-year-old Jamahiriya state. As a result, Libya is currently undergoing political reconstruction, and is governed under an interim constitution drawn up by the National Transitional Council (NTC).[9][10] Elections to a General National Congress were held on 7 July 2012, and the NTC handed power to the newly elected assembly on 8 August.[11] The assembly has the responsibility of forming an assembly to draft a permanent constitution for Libya, which will then be put to a referendum. Source :
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Sabratha (Libya) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Sabratha in Libya.
Around seventy kilometres west of the Libyan capital of Tripoli are the remnants of an ancient city that has been in ruins since ancient times. As with Oea and Leptis Magna, Sabratha was one of the last large trading cities of the former Tripolitania.A re-constructed theatre that could accommodate an audience of five thousand is the ancient city’s most impressive building and dates back to the second century B.C. It was built by the Romans whose cultural influence on Sabratha lasted for several centuries. Several baths, among them the Thermal Salt Water Baths on the coast, give an insight into the high living standards of the city’s former inhabitants and trade with the farmers of the surrounding region helped to make life in the town extremely pleasant. In the seventh century A.D. the city was conquered by the Arabs. However, they selected another Tripolitanian metropolis as their capital city. Thus the once-glorious Sabratha fell into decay and lay forgotten for several centuries.

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Tales From Traveling in Libya

Travel always produces some great stories. And as the youngest American to travel to every country in the world, you can imagine our friend Lee has some crazy ones. Listen to his craziest travel story from Libya.
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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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Top 9 Beautiful Places to Visit in Algeria

Top 9 Beautiful Places To Visit in Algeria. Is Algeria Safe to Travel or Work? Read full articles before your journey.

Algeria (Country in North Africa) Despite many western advisory warnings against visiting Algeria, the security situation is getting better. Terrorism in 2005 was focused only in isolated areas such as heavily wooded mountains in less developed regions of the center and attacks near the Libyan or Malian border caused by war in those two countries. Security forces are doing their best to protect visitors to these areas, but tourists must take caution when visiting these places. They have to give their itinerary and plans to the local police before taking the road.

Do not travel after nightfall; travel by plane if you can rather than car; avoid minor roads; ask the police if you are unsure about your surroundings and nothing unusual should happen to you. Also, you should trust only official travel advisories when it comes to personal safety when you travel to a foreign country.

As with most Muslim countries, prostitution is illegal and punishments are severe, so it's best to avoid it while staying here.

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#1. Algiers (Capital of Algeria)
Algiers is the capital city of Algeria, on the country’s Mediterranean coast. It’s known for the whitewashed buildings of the Kasbah, a medina with steep winding streets, Ottoman palaces and a ruined citadel. The 17th-century Ketchaoua Mosque is flanked by 2 large minarets. The Great Mosque has marble columns and arches. The clifftop Catholic basilica of Notre-Dame d'Afrique features a large silver dome and mosaics.

#2. Oran (City in Algeria)
Oran is a port city in northwest Algeria, known as the birthplace of rai folk music. Fort Santa Cruz, an Ottoman citadel rebuilt by the Spanish, sits atop Mount Murdjadjo and has views of the bay below. Nearby is the whitewashed Chapelle Santa Cruz, built after a cholera epidemic. In La Blanca, the Turkish old town, is the 18th-century Pacha Mosque with an octagonal minaret. Nearby, Kasr El Bey is an Ottoman palace.

#3. Constantine (City in Algeria)
Constantine, also spelled Qacentina or Kasantina, is the capital of Constantine Province in north-eastern Algeria. During Roman times it was called Cirta and was renamed Constantina in honour of emperor Constantine the Great. It was the capital of the same-named French département until 1962. Slightly inland, it is about 80 kilometres from the Mediterranean coast, on the banks of the Rhumel river. Regarded as the capital of eastern Algeria and the centre of its region, Constantine has a population of 448,374, making it the third largest city in the country after Algiers and Oran. There are museums and important historical sites around the city. It is often referred to as the City of Bridges due to the numerous picturesque bridges connecting the mountains the city is built on. Constantine was named the Arab Capital of Culture in 2015.

#4. Tamanrasset (City in Algeria)
Tamanrasset is an oasis city and capital of Tamanrasset Province in southern Algeria, in the Ahaggar Mountains. It is the chief city of the Algerian Tuareg. It is located an altitude of 1,320 metres.

#5. Béjaïa (City in Algeria)
Béjaïa, formerly Bougie and Bugia, is a Mediterranean port city on the Gulf of Béjaïa in Algeria; it is the capital of Béjaïa Province, Kabylia. Béjaïa is the largest principally Kabyle-speaking city in the Kabylie region of Algeria.

#6. Annaba (City in Algeria)
Annaba is a port city in northeast Algeria. On the Cours de la Révolution, the main street with a broad central promenade, architecture reflects the city’s French colonial past. St. Augustine Basilica, completed in 1900, towers on a hill to the south. Below it sprawls the ruined city of Hippo Regius, with the remains of Roman villas and baths. The Musée d’Hippone exhibits mosaics and objects from the site.

#7. Tlemcen (City in Algeria)
Tlemcen is a city in northern Algeria. It’s known for Moorish buildings, such as the 11th-century Grand Mosque, with a tall minaret and elaborate mihrab (prayer niche). The tomb of Sidi Boumediene, a 12th-century Sufi teacher, is a place of pilgrimage. Its adjacent mosque is an example of Almoravid architecture, with carved stucco. In the city center, the 12th-century palace of El Mechouar is protected by high walls.

#8. Ghardaïa (City in Algeria)
Ghardaïa is the capital city of Ghardaïa Province, Algeria. The commune of Ghardaïa has a population of 93,423 according to the 2008 census, up from 87,599 in 1998, with an annual growth rate of 0.7%.

#9. Djémila (Village in Algeria)
Djémila, formerly Cuicul, is a small mountain village in Algeria, near the northern coast east of Algiers, where some of the best preserved Berbero-Roman ruins in North Africa are found.
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Libya. Warm sun, warm hearts. A great country with a great history, a country of breathtaking beauty. High mountain chains are just one of the beauties of its fabulous landscape with green fields and sun-drenched Mediterranean beaches. The desert, watered by magnificent oasis, extends far into Africa. Fabulous villages and cities scattered amongst meadows, with oasis everywhere. Historical monuments forests, towering mountains...

and a warm Libyan Arab welcome. Libya's strategic, geographical position and profound history make it a vital link between the eastern and western parts of the Arab world, and between Europe and Africa. The country has known its ups and downs, but the historical monuments are a testimony of the great Libyan civilization of old. Look at the engravings of the AKAKUS mountains, the drawings in the MATCHANDOUSH caves.

The cities of JARMA, ZAKAKRA, and SABHA' in the south, and the historical city of GHIRZA in the centre. Libya has played host to many civilizations, and has enriched civilization in its turn, with writings, drawings and engravings in the caves of TADRART mountains, and archaeological treasures from ATAFT. The Phoenician, Roman, and Byzantine ports of TRIPOLI, SABRATAH, LIBDAH, SHAH'HAT, SUSAH, TUKRAH, and TALMITHA. The old Islamic cities such as SIRT, DARNAH, and AJDABIYA, and other cities in the heart of the desert, including GHADAMES, ZUWAYLAH, JALU, OJLA, GHAT, and FEZZAN. Not forgetting the places and fortresses of GHARYAN, MIZDAH, AL-QARYAT, YIFRAN, JADU, NALUT, MISALLATAH, and AWINAT. The first site most tourists visit is TRIPOLI, Libya's biggest city, the queen of the seas.

It is an historical site. the city of Islamic civilization, Arab art and handicraft, where every monument tells a story. TRIPOLI has changed little since its foundation in the first millennium BC: it is still a lush garden filled with olive trees, palms, grapevines, and orange groves. The city has a wealth of old and new monuments. Travel east or west, to nearby LIBDAH or SABRATAH, and soak up all the history.

Shopping is a great pleasure, especially in the popular markets where you can buy a great variety of Libyan handicrafts such as traditional clothes, carpets, handmade gold and silver jewellery, copper and silver dishes, leather goods, and pottery. Every kind of aquatic sport is practised in the resorts along the coast, where you will also find the port of BENGHAZI, which combines magnificent buildings with large, open spaces.

In nearby SULUQ stands the mausoleum of OMAR MOKHTAR, hero of the Libyan Resistance during the Italian occupation. Take the highway east to the magnificent cities of the Green Mountain: DARNAH with its falls and splendid coast; AL BAYDA', a quiet city high up in the mountains; ancient SHAH'HAT (Cyrene) and beautiful SUSAH (Apollonia), TULMAYTHAH, TUKRAH, RA'S AL HILAL.... Libya offers you two thousand kilometers of splendid beaches, and some beautiful small cities each with its typical architecture and special characteristics, like AUWARAH, TUBRUQ, MISRATAH, AZ ZAWIYAH, AL-KHUMS, and ZLITAN. Explore Libya's desert in WADI ASH SHATI, the plain of AWAYNAT, BRAK, MURZUQ, and the oasis of AL KUFRAH, ZALLAH and BAZIMAH. Then cool off in AL BAYDA' or near AL MARJ, or on the plain of DARNAH.

As you go further and further into the desert, all you meet are waves and waves, the great sand sea, but then there are the refreshing oasis. The history, the monuments and tales told by the locals make this place unique. It is a feast for the senses.. The jewel of the desert is GHADAMES, a mélange of natural beauty, important monuments and a distinctive architectural style for which it is famous. Libya may be the land of ancient civilizations, but it also looks to the future. It is a country of peace. Libya, a land touched by history.
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Libya is lined with some stunning beaches.
Libya overlooks the Mediterranean Sea with a coast line around 2.000 km long. This makes Libya's resort beaches among the longest along the Mediterranean Sea. Libya's beaches are characterised by variations in their natural appearances from sandy beaches under the shadows of palm trees to rocky beaches overlooked from above by great hills, such as the one that enjoyed at the Green Mountain Sea Resort.
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10. Nubra Valley: The green canopy springing up in the cold white sand desert of Ladakh nestled in the northern tip of India in one of Asia’a best kept secret. Nubra valley can be reached from the city of Leh in the Karakoram Ranges. Foreigners need an inner line permit to visit the place. In Nubra valley one can enjoy view of Bactrian camel plying in the desert. These camels were brought by the caravan who once crossed this place to reach China along the Silk Route.
9. Fish Spring National Wildlife Refuge: This splendour of nature is carved in the Southern end of the Great Salt Lake Desert in the Juab County Utah. The area used to be the ancient Lake Bonneville which no longer exists. Sometimes the old shorelines are visible at stretches. The marshy oasis attracts several life forms particularly birds.
8. Siwa Oasis: This beacon of life with olive and palm trees glitters in a no-man’s land in the Libyan Desert 560 Kms from Cairo. ‘Siwa’ means protector of the Egyptian Sun God Amon-Ra. The oasis is known for the Greek Oracle temple dedicated to the Egyptian Sun God Amun once visited by King Alexander. The mystical Siwa also boasts of a pool where Queen Cleopatra is believed to have swim according to the legends.
7. Ein Gedi: Ein Gedi finds its mention in the Bible and is often referred as an oasis in the Garden of Eden. It provides a rare blend of history, architecture and wilderness of nature. This pretty oasis is located west of Dead Sea in the Judean desert between Masada and Qumran Caves in Israel.
6. Zulganai Oasis: The magic of the Gobi desert does not end in China but extends into its neighbour Mongolia. The beautiful oasis of Zulganai located in South Mongolia owes its existence to the river Zulganai which originates in the Mountain of Altan flows through the desert and vanishes into the sands.
5. Pica: Situated in the inland of the Atacama Desert in North Chile the charming and happy town of Pica has formed around the oasis of Pica. The fog of the Pacific Ocean helps greenery sprout in this desert land. The pleasant oasis is also frequented by the Chilean flamingos.
4. Chebika Oasis: Tucked away in the African country of Tunisia at the foot of mountains of the Djebel el Negueb is the mountain desert oasis of Chebika. The place is often rightly referred to as ‘the castle of the Sun’. In the past Roman soldiers used the place as an African outpost which is nowadays frequented by tourist. Drawn by its remote other worldly beauty one of the Star Wars movies was shot here.
3. Crescent Lake: An ancient oasis renowned for its role in providing solace to the Silk-route traders rests peacefully under the scorching sun south of the city of Dunhuang in China in the Gobi Desert. Here one can collect Chinese souvenir and enjoy camel ride in the desert. Try imagining what the oasis will look like in a full moon night!
2. Huacachina: Hard to believe it is not the creation of a painter’s brush but an actual grace of Mother Nature! Huacachina is a wonderland concealed in the undulating sand dunes of Peru complete with a shining lagoon and loads of greenery off the city of Ica.
1. Seba Oasis:It is located near the city of Sabha in South Western Libya. This oasis glitters in the heart of the Sahara desert the world’s largest desert. The tall green palm trees standing strong on a foundation of endless spread of the yellow sand is a treat to the eyes.

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Akakus (Libya) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Akakus in Libya.
Acacus is an enchanting world of sand and stone, a fairy-tale like natural area in the south west of Libya. Although the journey can be quite demanding, it is well worthwhile as it leads into a little known world that is full of remarkable beauty.
The Guelta Taschunt is a wadi that is known for a very narrow canyon that can only be entered on foot. Today, the mighty rocks and endless desert landscape form a natural border between Libya and neighboring Algeria.
Today, around 1,300 members of the Tuareg, a nomadic Berber tribe, inhabit this region and it was here in 1850 that a German archaeologist discovered prehistoric remains, as well as rock paintings, proof of an ancient culture.
The desert mountains of Acacus are far more than just a fascinating landscape. The rocks in its dried out river valleys are like a historic picture book that provides us with a remarkable insight into what was once a magnificent Saharan culture.

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