Journals Libya

Libyan Memories - Part Two: Tripoli and the Western Interior

Created by koshkha on April 10, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

On our first full day in Libya we visit the National Museum and the Gurgi Mosque then head out of Tripoli to the Qasr al Haj granary and spend the night in a Troglodyte lodge.

Libyan Memories - part one: A-Z and Tripoli

Created by koshkha on March 28, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

2 Reviews
3 Stories

We took a one week tour of the ancient Greek and Roman sites of Libya in March 2010

Let loose in Libya

Created by SaraP on November 5, 2003 Best of IgoUgo

10 Reviews
1 Story

Long a pariah state, Libya is waking up and embracing visitors. The sanctions are lifted and Lockerbie grows a more distant memory as time passes and Libya seeks to move on. Its people are charming and courteous hosts, and its landscapes and history are memorable and vibrant.

Libyan Memories - Part 3: the East

Created by koshkha on May 2, 2010

2 Reviews

On Day three we head back to Tripoli to fly to Benghazi - stopping to see an abandoned Berber village and getting stuck at the airport FOREVER.

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Known As 'the pearl of the desert'

Created by mahamoud akka on January 28, 2008

1 Review

Its domestic architecture is characterized by a vertical division of functions: the ground floor used to store supplies; then another floor for the family, overhanging covered alleys that create what is almost an underground network of passageways; and, at the top, open-air terraces reserved for the women.

Tour In Libya

Created by Our Nice on November 26, 2007

1 Story

Do they think the magic of green mountains that embrace history? Does the thought of carrying human history cascade ?the magic of history in Libya

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Loose in Tripolitania, Libya

Created by hairy002000 on June 15, 2004

3 Reviews

Read about a week's wandering in Tripolitania, Libya with no bookings, a very tight budget, a great desire to see the country on the inside, and the will to go native.

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Libya opens up

Created by TravelPen on July 14, 2000

1 Review

Being in the film branch, I had the opportunity of working five days in Libya. The country has opened its' doors and is very interesting.



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