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Archaeology Sites in Libya

Ancient Sabratha Sabratha began life as a Carthaginian trading post. With its excellent natural harbour on a long, straight coast, it became a permanent settlement in the 4th century BC to act as a terminal for the trans Saharan trade. Under the Romans, development continued and Sabratha became one of the three great cities of Roman Tripolitania,...

Libya Travel Facts

Natural Features: Libya is the fourth largest country in Africa. The country can be divided into 3 physiographic regions. All but two tiny fractions of Libya are covered by Saharan Plateau. Beneath the Surt Basin in the north lie the country's major petroleum deposits. There are no perennial rivers, but extensive underground percolation of water...

Transport in Libya

As might be expected, the large and increasing volume of imports has led to severe congestion at the main ports of Tripoli and Benghazi. Worsening port conditions have resulted in increases in surcharges. In addition, Darnah and Misurata ports are being reconstructed. Tripoli, Mersa Brega and Benghazi are undergoing large-scale expansion. In 1986...