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Ancient Greek and Roman ruins, unspoiled, not crowded. The climate in the Green Mountains is great. As another reviewer said, you can walk all day and not see it all. It's an experience you will never forget.
I arrived in sharm on the 2nd off July 😊😊😊 one of my best holidays yet ....... On my arrival at the airport I was met by my driver Salah who then took me on to my hotel the Cyrene Resort .... On my arrival...More
I've been in Shahat (the popular name for Cyrene in Libya) in 2012 few months after the civil war in 2011. This historical place was a little bit far from Benghazi but the road trip was worth it. I hadn't known that Libya was part...More
amazing Roman and Greek ruins in such a large area with good atmosphere, you can walk for the whole day and still can not see everything, some bad additives are there like Apollo`s fountain which is disfigured with the new!! pipes!!!, but in general it...More
If you are traveling from Benghazi, Cyrene or popularly known to us as Shahat is a two hours drive away with stop over by the bridge with a view and a must stop at the New Al MArj hospital for Photo opportunity with friends. If...More
Hundreds of years ago people like us lived in this most "developed" circumstances not far from where queen Cleopatra ( Kilopatra) has had a bath/pool in the Mediterrean Sea. The little city of Cerene (Shahat), full of Italian/Greek methology is "alive" and pulses hope in...More
All the delegates present during the first international conference on Water Resources of Al Jabal Al Akhdar: Reality & Prospective5 -7 June 2012 organized by University of Omar Al Mokhtar Faculty of Natural Resources & Environmental Sciences Al Baiyda Libya supported the following resolution read...More
Libya has much to offer in the way of Roman/Greek Ruins, and Cyrene (or Cyrenica) is one of those sites to behold! It was a large city, and it was neat to walk the old streets and see the former buildings. Much church history is...More
Americans have only been allowed entry to Libya since June 2010 and this privilege is subject to change, so check on your current status. I was on the cruise ship M/V Discovery. We docked in Benhazi and traveled by bus to the Global Heritage site...More