Libya

Country

Libya or, is an Arab country located in North Africa, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, Egypt to the east, Sudan to the southeast, Chad and Niger to the south, Algeria and Tunisia to the west. Libya is the fourth largest country in Africa, and occupies the 17th largest country in the world. It ranks ninth among the ten countries with the largest proven oil reserves of a country in the world.
The interim government emanating from it in November 2014, but the internationally recognized government rejected the ruling, which was declared under threat of violence. Parts of Libya are outside the control of either government, and some cities and regions are run by some tribal militias, Islamists, and rebels. The United Nations sponsored peace talks between the factions based in Tobruk and Tripoli. An agreement was signed to form a unified interim government on December 17, 2015. Under the terms of the agreement, the Presidency Council is composed of nine members, while the Interim Government, which was called the Government of National Accord, is composed of 17 ministers, with the aim of holding new elections within two years. On April 5, 2016, members of the new government arrived in Tripoli, but a dispute remained regarding some of the terms of the agreement, so that the political and institutional division in the country remained with two governments: the interim Libyan government in Al-Bayda with the support of the House of Representatives in Tobruk and the Presidential Council of the internationally legitimate Government of National Accord in Tripoli.

area

It has an area of approximately 1.8 million square kilometers (700,000 square miles)

Location

Libya is an Arab country located in 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. Libya is the fourth largest country in Africa, and the 17th largest country in the world by area. It ranks ninth among the ten countries with the largest proven oil reserves of a country in the world.

number of population

The population of Libya in 2022 is about 7,143,000. Most of Libya’s population lives in cities along the Mediterranean, where the climate is much milder than the country’s hot desert interior. Both the capital, Tripoli, and Benghazi, the second largest city, are located near the coast.

tourist

The most prominent tourist attractions in the world Egypt Arab Republic of Egypt
It is an Arab country located in the northeastern corner of Africa. Egypt is considered a world historical archive of civilizations; Where the oldest world civilizations, the Pharaonic civilization, were established on its land for more than 3000 years, in addition to the Roman, Greek, and Byzantine civilizations. In 639 AD, Islam entered Egypt and an ancient Islamic civilization was established in it as well.
Egypt is distinguished by its strategic location; Its location is characterized by its extension from the northeastern corner of the continent of Africa to the southwestern corner of the continent of Asia, and its lands overlook from the north the Mediterranean Sea, and from the east on the Red Sea, and it is bordered to the northeast by the Gaza Strip, to the south by Sudan, and to the west by the Libyan Republic. It also includes the Nile River, the longest river in the world.
Depending on the vast area covered by Egypt, its terrain and geography vary; From the river and the sea, to the desert.
Tourism in Egypt The tourism sector in Egypt is one of the most important and prominent sectors in the Egyptian economy, which attracts millions of tourists annually.

Wonderful tourist places

Ghadames city

Ghadames is one of the oldest cities in Libya, and one of the cities that has been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the city is also distinguished by the fact that it is still preserved in the desert until now.

Libda Al Kubra

Leptis Magna is considered one of the most important tourist attractions, and the Roman archaeological site in Libya; It has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and was designed by the Roman Emperor Septimius Severus. It should be noted that it was one of the most beautiful Roman cities, and is characterized by the presence of many monuments overlooking the Mediterranean, which the visitor can visit and learn about.

Cyrene

Cyrene, or Sirin, located in the eastern part of Libya, specifically on the top of a mountain slope, is one of the ancient archaeological and tourist attractions found in Libya. It is a legendary mixture of Greek temples and ancient houses. It should be noted that the area had been abandoned since the fourth century AD; Because of the earthquake that struck the area, but now it is visited by tourists; To learn about the remains of the area, in addition to visiting the Temple of Saint Apollo, and seeing the tomb located in it.

Tadrart Acacus

The Acacus Mountains, or the Acacus Tadrart, is one of the places inscribed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites; The history of the area dates back to 12,000 years since it was inhabited by settlers, and it is characterized by its rock carvings in its caves, which are represented by images of animals and humans riding horses.

Red Castle Museum

The Red Castle Museum is located in the Libyan city of Tripoli. It is distinguished by containing a large collection of archaeological pieces that reveal the ancient Libyan history until the country gained its independence in 1953 AD.

Tripoli Castle

The history of the founding of the Tripoli Citadel dates back to the seventh century AD; It was home to many peoples, and it should be noted that the castle is now affiliated with the Jamahiriya House Museum.

The crescent signifies hope and the future, and the five-pointed star symbolizes Islam and its five rules. In the middle of the dawn crescent and the five-pointed star of the black color is a symbolic signification that means “the dawn of Islam.” This flag was used by Gaddafi’s opponents in the February 17 revolution protests that spread across Libya in 2011.