Gaberoun (Arabic: قبر عون, alternate spelling Gaberoun, Gaber Awhn, Gabr Awhn, Gabr Own, Gabraun) is an oasis with a large lake in the Idehan Ubari desert region of the Libyan Sahara Desert.
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Brak (sometimes written Biraq or Birak) (Arabic: براك) is a town in the Wadi al Shatii District in west-central Libya.
Zawiya (Arabic: شعبية الزاوية Az Zāwiya) is one of the districts of Libya.
Nuqat al Khams (Arabic: النقاط الخمس Nuqāṭ al Ḫams) is one of the districts of Libya. It is in the northwest of the country, in what had been the historical region of Tripolitania.
Tarhuna (/tɑrˈhuːnə/; Arabic: ترهونة), also Tarhoona or Tarhunah, is a Libyan town 65 kilometres (40 mi) to the southeast of Tripoli, in the Murqub District. The city derives its name from that of its pre-Roman-era inhabitants, a Berber tribe. The …
The Sarir Field was discovered in southern Cyrenaica during 1961 and is considered to be the largest oil field in Libya, with estimated oil reserves of 12 Gbbl (1.9 km3).
Kebira Crater (Arabic: فوهة كبيرة) is the name given to a circular topographic feature that was found in 2007 by Farouk El-Baz and Eman Ghoneim using satellite imagery, Radarsat-1, and Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) data in the Sahara dese…
Wadi al Shatii (Arabic: وادي الشاطئ Wādī aš Šāṭi' ), sometimes referred to as Ash Shati (Arabic: الشاطئ Aš Šāṭi' ), is one of the districts of Libya in the central-west part of the country. Its capital is Brak.
Wadi al Hayaa (Arabic: وادي الحياة Wādī al Ḥayāh) is one of the districts of Libya.
Sabha (Arabic: سبها Sabhā) is one of the districts of Libya. It is located near the center of the country, in the Fezzan region. The capital is the city of Sabha, with a population of 130,000.
Nalut (Arabic: نالوت Nālūt, Berber: Nalut Lalūt, is one of the districts of Libya. Its capital is the city of Nalut.
The Maaten al-Sarra Air Base is an airbase in southernmost Libya located near the Ma'tan as-Sarra oasis in the Kufra district.
University of Benghazi (Arabic: جامعة بنغازي), formerly known as the Garyounis University, is a public university in Benghazi, Libya.and it is one of the most important institutes of higher education in Libya. It is located in Benghazi the second l…
Jufra or Jofra (Arabic: الجفرة Al Jufrah) is one of the districts of Libya. It is in the centre of the country.
Jabal al Gharbi (Arabic: الجبل الغربي Al Ǧabal al Gharbi, English: The Western Mountains) is one of the districts of Libya. It is named after the Nafusa Mountains. It was formed in 2007 from the former districts of Yafran, Gharyan and Mizda.
Yafran /ˈjɑːfrən/ (Arabic: يفرن Ifrin), also spelled Jefren, Yefren, Yifran, Yifrin or Ifrane, is a town in northwestern Libya, in the Jabal al Gharbi District in the western Nafusa Mountains.
RAF Gambut (or RAF Kambut) is a complex of six abandoned military airfields in Libya, located about 5 kilometres (3 mi) north-northeast of the village of Kambut, and 50 kilometres (31 mi) east-southeast of Tobruk. During World War II, the complex wa…
RAF Castel Benito (later RAF Idris) was a Royal Air Force station near Tripoli in Libya between 1943 and 1966.
Ghat (Berber: Ɣat; Arabic: غات Ġāt) is one of the districts of Libya.
Gamal Abdul El Nasser Air Base is a Libyan Air Force (Arabic: القوات الجوية الليبية, Berber: Adwas Alibyan Ujnna) base, located about 16 km south of Tobruk.
Jafara or Al Jfara (Arabic: الجفارة Al Jifārah) is one of the districts of Libya, in the historical region of Tripolitania.
Maydan al-Shajara (Arabic: ميدان الشجرة; English: The Tree Square), is a major town square in Benghazi, the second largest city in Libya. A large native Atlas Cedar tree was located in the center of the square, giving it its name.
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Jalu, Jaloo, or Gialo (Arabic: جالو) is a town in the Al Wahat District in northeastern Libya in the Jalo oasis. From 2001 to 2007 it was part of Ajdabiya District.
The BP Structure, also known as Gebel Dalma, is an exposed impact crater in Libya.
The Arkenu structures, also known as the Arkenu craters, are a pair of prominent circular geological structures.
Murqub (Arabic: المرقب Al Murqub), sometimes spelt Al Murgub or Al Marqab or al-Morqib, is one of the districts of Libya. According to the 2006 census, the population was 432,202. The main city and capital is Khoms.
Marj (Arabic: المرج Al Marǧ, English: The Meadows) is an administrative division (shabiyah or district) of northeastern Libya, lying on the Mediterranean Sea coast. Its administrative seat is the city of Marj, which was formerly known as Barca. Mar…
Sebha International Airport is an airport in Sabha, southern Libya - (IATA: SEB, ICAO: HLLS).
March 28 Stadium (Arabic: ملعب 28 مارس) is a multi-purpose stadium in Benghazi, Libya. Also known as 'Sports City Stadium' It is a part of Benghazi Sports City. It was used mostly for football matches and it also has athletics facilities.
Benghazi Cathedral is a former Roman Catholic cathedral in the city of Benghazi, Libya.
The Port of Tripoli is the principal sea port in Tripoli, the capital of Libya, and one of the oldest ports in the Mediterranean.
Mechili (Arabic: المخيلي) is a small village in Cyrenaica, Libya and the site of a former Turkish fort.
Martuba Air Base is a Libyan Air Force (Arabic: القوات الجوية الليبية, Berber: Adwas Alibyan Ujnna) base in the Derna District of Libya, located approximately 27 kilometres (17 mi) south-southeast of Derna, 268 kilometres (167 mi) east-northeast of…
Kufra Airport (IATA: AKF, ICAO: HLKF) is an airport in Kufra, southeastern Libya.
Al Jufra Air Base (FAA LID: HL69) is a Libyan Air Force base located near Jufra.