The Great Manmade River Stadium (GMR or GMMR stadium) is a football stadium situated just a few metres away from the 11 June Stadium in the heart of Tripoli's sporting city. The stadium is named after the Great Manmade River.
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Farin Ruwa Falls is a waterfall found in the central region of Nigeria. It is among the highest waterfalls in Nigeria.
The Extramural Sanctuary of Demeter and Persephone at Cyrene, Libya is located on a coastal plateau of Libya, beyond the boundaries of the city (extramural). In approximately 630 BC Greeks from the island of Thera colonized Cyrene. Other Greek colon…
Castelverde, also named Gasr Garabulli, is a town in the Tripoli District (Tarabulus), of the Tripolitania region in northwestern Libya.
Quba or Qoba (Al Qubah) was one of the 32 districts of Libya. In 2007 it became part of the Derna District.
Hizam al Akhdar (Arabic: الحزام الأخضر Al Ḥizām al Aḫḍar, English: Green Belt) was one of the 32 districts (shabiyat) of Libya, prior to the 2007 administrative reorganization. The former capital city was Abyar. The territory of Hizam al Akhdar was…
The 23rd July Lake or Benghazi Lake (Arabic: بحيرة بنغازي أو بحيرة 23 يوليو) is a lagoon located between Benghazi's downtown, and the Mediterranean Port of Benghazi.
Zhaoyang District (Chinese: 昭阳区; pinyin: Zhāoyáng Qū) is a district in Zhaotong Prefecture in Yunnan Province, China.
Yafran or Yifren (Arabic: يفرن) was formerly one of the districts of Libya. It was located in the northwest part of the country and its capital was Yafran.
Tajura wa Arba' (Arabic: تاجوراء والنواحي الأربع Tarjūrāʾ wa an-Nawājī al-ʾArbaʿ) was one of the districts of Libya from 2001 to 2007. It consisted of eleven Basic People's Congresses, similar to townships, and its capital was Tajura.
SS Erinpura was a passenger liner built for the British-India Steam Navigation Company in 1911. She was the first British India ship built for Eastern service to be fitted with radio.
Marsa Brega Airport (IATA: LMQ, ICAO: HLMB) is an airport serving Brega in Libya.
Ma'tan as-Sarra is an oasis in the Kufra District municipality in the southeast corner of Libya. It is located in the Libyan Desert, 322 kilometres (200 mi) southeast of Kufra. A marginal oasis, with few palms and substandard water, it allowed the c…
Jalo Oasis (or Jalu, or Gialo) is an oasis in Cyrenaica, Libya, located west of the Great Sand Sea and about 250 km south-east of the Gulf of Sidra. Quite large, 19 kilometres (12 mi) long and up to 11 kilometres (7 mi) wide, it supports a number of…
Darnah Province (called in Italian Provincia italiana di Derna) was one of the provinces of Libya under Italian rule. It was established in 1937 with the official name: "Commissariato Generale Provinciale di Derna".
Alasaba is a Libyan town located in Nafusa Mountains about 120km west of Tripoli.
Al Oroba Street (Arabic: شارع العروبه ) (ratio to Al Oroba Pan-Arabism) is one of the main streets of the city of Bayda in Libya as the length of the street, 7.5 km and is divided into five sections: Al Oroba 1 to Al Oroba Street 5. Street is going…
Al Awaynat or Alawinat (Arabic: العوينات) or Serdeles is a small town located in the Sahara Desert in Libya. It lies at the entrance of the Djebel Al Akakus. It is located 240 km south west of the city of Ubari and 120 km north of the city of Ghat.…
Athrun (also spelled Lathrun, or Latrun) is a small town in northern Libya about 40 kilometres (25 miles) east of Cyrene. Its name comes from Greek "Ἐρυθρόν" (Erythron), neuter of "ἐρυθρός" (erythros) "red", due to the color of the local soil.
7 October Stadium is a grass football stadium based in center of Tripoli, Libya. The stadium holds 5,000 people and was built in 1939. It was the only football stadium in Tripoli, Libya before the June 11 Stadium was built in the 1970s.
Zaawia Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Zawiya, Libya.
The Wadi ash-Shati' (Wadi ash Shatti) is a valley in west-central Libya, arising out of the Sawda Mountains, situated between the towns Wanzarik and Umm al-'Abid in the west and east, respectively.
Tumu is a border checkpoint in Libya at the Libya–Niger border in the Murzuq District. It is 310 kilometres south of Qatrun, the closest Libyan settlement on the desert road.
Tmassa is a small town in the Sahara Desert of central Libya about 482 kilometres (300 mi) from the Gulf of Sidra.
Suliman Ad-Dharrath Arena is an indoor sporting arena located in Benghazi, Libya. It is used mainly for indoor sports such as volleyball and basketball.
Sirte Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Sirte, Libya. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Khaleej Sirte.
Qawat is an oasis and a crossroad town in Murzuq District, Libya.
Misurata Province (Italian: Provincia di Misurata) was one of the provinces of Libya under Italian rule. It was established in 1937 with the official name: "Commissariato Generale Provinciale di Misurata".
Darnah Governorate (Derna Governorate, Arabic: درنة محافظة) was one of the governorates (muhafazah) of Libya from 1963 to 1983. Its capital was the town of Derna.
Bin Jawad District, (Arabic: جالو, Baladiyah Bin Jawwad) was one of the districts (baladiyah) of Libya from 1983 to 1987. It lay in the northern part of the country bordering the Gulf of Sidra. Its capital was Bin Jawad. Under Italy it was in Misra…
Bani Hasan is a town in western Libya lying on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea.
Sheikh Chadae Stadium or Stadium Club Al Akhdar, (Arabic: ملعب شيخ الشهداء) or is a multi-purpose stadium in Bayda, Libya. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Al Akhdar Al Bayda'.
Khoms or Al Khums District (Arabic: الخمس ) was a district of Libya from 1983 to 1995. It lay in the northwest of the country, on the Mediterranean Sea.
Ghiran is a coastal town in Libya.
Al Bayda Stadium, otherwise known as Al Watheeq al Khadhraa Stadium (Arabic: ملعب البيضاء) or is a multi-purpose stadium in Bayda, Libya. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Al Akhdar Al Bayda'.
‘Aziziya or El Azizia (Arabic: العزيزيه Al ʿAzīzīyah) was one of the districts of Libya (baladiyah), located in the northwest of the country, south of Tripoli District. The town of ‘Aziziya was the former district's capital, and it covered an area…