Libya Surrounded by a Desert

HAVING SheLTEDED BETWEEN EGYPT, Tunisia and the Mediterranean Sea, The Country of Libya Was, ThroughHout Its History, Under The Sight Foreign Invaders: Turkish And Moorian. Byzantine and Roman, Arabic and Italian. This Circumstance Left Its Mark on the Historical and Cultural Heritage of the Country, Which Are Today Displayed in the Greek and Romanes, in the Old City of the Capital, in The Nomadic Lifestyle of the Berber and Bedouins, in the Language and Customs of The Local Population.

Libya’s Sights

The Ancient Fortress City, Tripoli, IS Characterized by Picturesque Narrow Streets, Which Lead to Majestic and Small Mosques, Peculiar Clay Houses and Bright Khan’s Broths in whhers H Life Once Seethed. Tourists, No Doubt, Will Be Interest in Visiting the Red Castle of Assai Al-Hamra, Which is Hiding Cluster of Houses and Courtyars Located on Cape ABOOVE ABOOVE THE CAPE ABOOVE THE CAPE Ital.

No Less Fascinating Is the Second City of Libya – Benghazi, Located ON THE SHORES OF THE SIRTE BAY (SIRTE). Its Main Attraction Is the Beach of Ras Alteen, Where Archaeological Excavations Reached the Amazing Tombs of the Ancient Underwater City. ALSO, Roman Civilization Also Include Attractions Such as the Arch of Severran, Raid in Honor of the Emperor Septius of the North, Marble and Granite Baths of Hidriatic, Basilicaa and amphitheater. Located Near the Desert, The Country Libya Cannot Do Without Oases. At the City of Gadades, 800 Kilometers from Tripoli, There is One Such Oasis Under the Name “Pearl of the Desert”.

National Cuisine of Libya

The Most Common Dish in Libya Iscous – Semolina Sprinkled with Oil and Water, Steamed. In the Form of Balls, This Ingredient Can BE Ussed in Various Recipes: In Sauces, To Meat Or Vegetables. In Addition, Couscous, Combined with Honey and Milk, Is Supplied to Breakfast. Most Libyan Dishes Are Served with Kasrah – Type of Local Bread. It is Immersed in Sauces Like Babaghanuj, Prepared from Eggplant, Chopped Lemon and Sesame Paste. PORK and Alcoholic Beveges are prohibited by islamic Laws, Which Follows with the Traine of Libya.

Weather in Libya

Most of the Territory of Libya Is Ocupied by a Desert, The Climate of Which Is Significy Different from the Climatic Conditions of the Coastal Areas. The Temperature Indicators of these Areas: The Average Temperature of the Winter Months Is Plus 12 Degrees, and Summer Plus 26. In July, 40 Degrees Can Reach The Rest of the Territory. Strange, But the Country of Libya Can Cool at Night to Minus Indicators, Even in the Summer.