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Libya Cities by Population


49 cities shown of 49 total Libya cities that are over 1,000 in population...

1. Tripoli 1,150,989
2. Benghazi 650,629
3. Misratah 386,120
4. Tarhunah 210,697
5. Al Bayda' 206,180
6. Al Khums 201,943
7. Harat az Zawiyah 186,123
8. Ajdabiya 134,358
9. Sabha 130,000
10. Surt 128,123
11. Al Jadid 126,386
12. Tobruk 121,052
13. Zlitan 109,972
14. Sabratah 102,038
15. Tagiura 100,000
16. Al Marj 85,315
17. Gharyan 85,219
18. Darnah 78,782
19. Yafran 67,638
20. Al Qubbah 53,064
21. Bani Walid 46,350
22. At Taj 46,050
23. Zuwarah 45,000
24. Murzuq 43,732
25. Awbari 42,975
26. Birak 39,444
27. Az Zintan 33,000
28. Al Abyar 32,563
29. Waddan 27,590
30. Nalut 26,256
31. Mizdah 26,107
32. Surman 25,235
33. Ghat 24,347
34. Masallatah 23,702
35. Al `Aquriyah 23,164
36. Az Zuwaytinah 21,015
37. Hun 18,878
38. Al Jawf 17,320
39. Zaltan 16,291
40. Suluq 15,543
41. Al Burayqah 13,780
42. Bardiyah 9,149
43. Ghadamis 7,000
44. Awjilah 6,610
45. Giado 6,013
46. Idri 4,611
47. Al 'Aziziyah 4,000
48. Gialo 3,334
49. Al Jaghbub 2,768





Libya History

although in ancient Greece the term had a broader meaning

encompassing all of North Africa west of Egypt. Later on

at the time of Ibn Khaldun

the same big tribe was known as Lawata."""

Libya has the fifth highest GDP per capita of Africa, behind Botswana, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Seychelles. This is largely due to its large petroleum reserves and low population.

The Libyan flag is the only national flag in the world with just one color - green - and no design, insignia, or other details.







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