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L ibya. By :Emily Meinzer, Cody H ambly, C rystal Kendrick, and Baliegh A nderson. Libya’s P eople.

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l ibya


By :Emily Meinzer, Cody Hambly, Crystal Kendrick, and Baliegh Anderson

libya s p eople
Libya’s People
  • A lot of Africa’s population is in Libya. There are a lot of important people in Libya, but the most important people are the Berber people. They are very important to the culture and actually they are the founders of Libya.
important places
Important Places
  • There are lots of important in Libya. One is an old city named Tripoli famous by the name of Medina, built by Turkish and Italian architecture.
physical features
  • Libya, once aptly called the desert kingdom of Africa, has a costal frontage of over 1,000 mi. (1,600 km.) stretching between Tunisia and Egypt in northern Africa. The shores of the three countries are washed by the waters of the Mediterranean Sea. From the coast, Libya extends from 500 to 800 mi. (800 to 1,300 km.) south, making most of the country part of the great Sahara, the sea of sand that separates North Africa from Equatorial Africa. Libya, covering an area of 679,362 sq. mi. (1,759,540 sq. km.) , is traditionally considered as three separate and diverse regions: Cyrenaica in the east, Tripolitania in the extreme northwest, and Fezzan in the Southwest.
geographic factors
Geographic Factors

Tripolitania in the west