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Libya

Currency:

ل.د Libyan Dinar
Capital:
Tripoli
Area:1,759,540 km2
Languages: Arabic
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Leptis Magna
Leptis Magna is an archaeological site in the northern part of Libya. It is located in the Al Khums region, with the Mediterranean coast on one side and the Sahara Desert on the other. Owing to its location near the Mediterranean Sea the area has a more temperate climate than the interiors of the country. The impact of the desert keeps the climate dry with very hot summers and pleasant winters, rainfall is minimal. http://www.libyan-tourism.org/tourist-attractions-of-libya/
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Tripoli
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The Old City (Medina)
The Old City (or Old Medina), with its labyrinthine dark lanes, is an exotic place to see, bustling with life and shoppers and oozing with rich aromas of spices, coffee, nuts, falafel and freshly-made sweets. https://www.temehu.com/Cities_sites/Tripoli.htm
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Tripoli
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Fortress of Ghat
Ghat is a Tuareg oasis, located in southern Libya, very close to the Algerian border, at the base of the enigmatic Tadrart Acacus. Like many other desert settlements, the old village is connected via narrow streets, archways and passageways, very reminiscent of those of Ghadames, where Tuareg blacksmiths display their unique silver jewellery, and traders offer their leather products and indigo coloured fabrics https://www.temehu.com/Cities_sites/Ghat.htm
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Tripoli
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The Karamanli (Qaramanli) House
The House of Karamanli, or al-Qaramanli House, was built in the second half of the 18th century, during the reign of Ali Pasha Alqaramanli, and was used by Yousuf Pasha until his death. The house was restored during the early 1990s and became known as Tripoli Historical Exhibition. https://www.temehu.com/Cities_sites/Tripoli.htm
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Tripoli
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