Libya is located north of Niger, and chad, west of Egypt and Sudan and west of Algeria.
Libya is located in northern Africa, and is in both the eastern and northern hemispheres. The Tropic of Cancer runs through the bottom half of the country. Libya is bordered by the the Gulf of Sidra and Mediterranean Sea.
This video shows beautiful and well known places in Libya,
I accidentally put the education system with human-environment interation, but it is meant to be with region.
The first 9 years of school education in Libya are compulsory and free. This basic education program includes lessons in Arabic, Islamic languages, Jamahiriyi society, mathematics, natural sciences, history, geography, art, music, and technical and physical education.The first 6 years of this take place at primary school.
The final 3 years of basic education take place at middle school. Upon completion, a basic education certificate may be awarded, following which pupils have the choice of finding work, or going on to secondary school.
Grades 10 to 12 at secondary school complete the Libyan schooling cycle at general level, where students may choose between science and arts to prepare to go on to university. Should they prefer to go to technical secondary school instead, then they may spend 4 years studying one of economics, arts and media, biology, engineering or social sciences there, with a view to perhaps spending time at a higher institution later too.
Yearly Population Growth Rate (%) Country Continent World. The current population of Libya is 6,381,299 as of Saturday, February 25, 2017, based on the latest United Nations estimates. Libya population is equivalent to 0.09% of the total world population.
However, its population density is one of the world's lowest – with only 3.6 people living in every square kilometer of Libyan territory (9.4 people per square mile) Libya is the 185th most densely populated country in the world of 192 countries in tota
According to the latest WHO data published in 2015 life expectancy in Libya is: Male 70.1, female 75.6 and total life expectancy is 72.7 which gives Libya a World Life Expectancy ranking of 93. You can see the top 20 causes of death data and rankings for Libya by clicking on the links below or select the full country health profile at the bottom of the page.
Within Libya as many as five different climatic zones have been recognized, but the dominant climatic influences are Mediterranean and Saharan. In most of the coastal lowland, the climate is Mediterranean, with warm summers and mild winters. Rainfall is scanty, and the dry climate results in a year-round 98-percent visibility. The weather is cooler in the highlands, and frosts occur at maximum elevations. In the desert interior the climate has very hot summers and extreme diurnal temperature ranges.
Exports and imports.
Libya is the 72nd largest export economy in the world and the 126th most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI). In 2014, Libya exported $18.4B and imported $16.1B, resulting in a positive trade balance of $2.32B. In 2014 the GDP of Libya was $41.1B and its GDP per capita was $15.6k.
national flag consisting of three unequal horizontal stripes of (top to bottom) red, black, and green, with a white crescent and star centred on the larger black stripe. It has a width-to-length ratio of 1 to 2.
Under Italian colonial rule from 1911 until 1942, Libya had no flag of its own. Subsequently, under British and French administration, only the Union Jack and the French Tricolor were flown. Nevertheless, the Sanūsiyyah (Sennusiya), a powerful Islamic sect, had long displayed flags of black with inscriptions from the Qurʾān. In 1947 the Sanūsī leader became the king of Cyrenaica, which, with Tripolitania and Fezzan, became the United Kingdom of Libya.
When Libya declared its independence on December 24, 1951, it was the first country to achieve independence through the United Nations and one of the first former European possessions in Africa to gain independence. Libya was proclaimed a constitutional and a hereditary monarchy under King Idris.
Imagine your world being taken over and having to fight for what is rightfully yours. This is exactly what people in Libya had to deal with when their homes were taken over by foreigners. The two options for Libya, or a country that has been taken over, is either to just let it be or fight for independence.