Libya would be an incredible place to vacation to see historic sites. There are many tourist attractions with an abundance of remnants from the Greek and Roman time periods. These remnants are breathtaking to the point where the site of them nearly takes one back in time. Red Castle is one of the most popular tourist sites in Libya because it has an abundant variety of ancient architecture from several different ancient cultures. Tripoli, which is the capital of Libya and a major tourist attraction, is one of the most historic cities in the world. The majority of Libya’s hotels are also located in Tripoli. These hotels are an immense help to bring money into Libya. Approximately forty miles west of Tripoli is a Roman city, Sabratha which houses artifacts from a third century theater. Leptis Magna is also an ancient Roman city which was established in tenth century B.C. The biggest attraction here is a theater and the Leptis Magna Museum of Leptis Magna. Lastly, Cyrene was a Greek city that was founded in 630 B.C. and has a temple of Apollo (“T...
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