By: Saniya and Mili l 7th period

Location of Libya

Hemisphere: Northern Hemisphere

Continent: Africa

Bordering Countries:

Egypt and Sudan; East

Chad and Niger; South

Algeria and Tunisia ; West

Mediterranean Sea; North

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How does the location effect people ?

To settle in the forever south is limited to a number of depressions where irrigated agriculture may be pursued due to easily accessible supplies of fresh water from deep aquifers. These oases produce a wide variety of fruits and vegetables and support data plantations. While these areas contain highly productive systems, they are not allowed in population size because of the limitation on amounts of water which is not pure.

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Physical Map

You can zoom in and out so we put the link on there

Man made River

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The man-made river was made because a long time ago,there was no clean water to drink. Libya was like a desert. Then a miracle happened.The man made river was formed.
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Germa Pyramids

Abandoned town on the top of hill. The first capital of Garamantes which flourished in the 9th - 1st century BC. Circular buildings were built here initially, the village was enclosed in a wall.

Effects of government

The government of Libya is called Military dictatorship. The people in Libya known as Libyans don't like their government. The government is very selfish trying to keep all the riches, water, food as much as they can. About 50,000 people have no government control in Libya. Unlike the United States the Libyan government does not allow people in Libya to vote for their leaders so when one leader dies another person from the leaders family will take over.

Type of Economy effects Libyans

Oil is the driving factor of Libya. Oil and gas production account for 65 percent of the country’s GDP, 96 percent of exports, and 98 percent of government revenues.

Explain how people use the environment

As we stated, Libya had no clean water to drink. The would have to get water that was polluted. One way they used their environment is by drinking the rain water. As you might already know that Libya is a very dry place. Libya first of doesn't get very much rain so that's what causes the dust in that area.

How has the environment been modified?

All the man-made landmarks that have been made ,have changed or modified pure Libyan soil. If all of those landmarks had not been made than Libya would not be what it is right now. Also a few effects of the environment being modified, is that Libya has stalls outside that sell vegetables,toys,utensils,etc. The vegetables have to stay moist, in order for people to buy them fresh. If people are selling things on the ground, then a few small insects may come if they are thirsty and the vegetables have water in it. The vegetables may be ruined when someone comes to buy them.
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Methods of Communication

There are 3 radio stations in Libya runned by the government. There are also 4 daily newspapers and Internet connectioms are runned by the government by a company named LTT ( Libya Telcom & Technology ).

How are people,goods,and natural resources transported ?

If you have your own car or motorcycle you have some limits like you can't drive through the southern part of Libya or you will be paying a fine. Depending on which car you have you can go according to a particular speed limit like if you have 4WD ( type of car) you can only travel 100km/hr. while the rest of the people are driving at top speed. To get goods to Libya they have them shipped or depending on their size their mailed. At first in Libya natural resources were shipped by train and then ever since 1950 trains stopped working so they found and brought the natural resources themselves.

How does the location impact the movement

Libya on the north is bordered by the mediterranean sea. For this reason, a lot of the goods are transported by boat. Transportation on boat in Libya is really popular, because train tracks were banned in the1950's.

Biomes, landforms,and Large cities

Large cities

1. Tripoli


3. Misratah

4. Tarhuna

5. Al Khums

6. Az Zawiyah

7. Zawiya

8. Ajdabiya

9. Sabha

10. Sirte


1. plains

2. plateau

3. Mountains


5. basins

6. valleys

7. river

8. Lake



11. Gulf



2. grasslands

Libya's facts

Country's Culture





Men wear loose cotton shirts upon trousers and cover them selves with a cloak ( Everyday)

Women wear a full length robe ( everyday)

This is also traditional clothing


Pasta and macaroni which are Italian foods are really popular in Libyan menus .

Also the national dishes are mutton and chicken and also bazin.


Most tradtional Libyans are Muslims and practice a simple religion. They pray 5 times a day, they give alms to the poor and fast for the month of Ramadhan.

Fun Fact

97% of the people in Libya are Muslims

3% of the people have a diffrent culture

Video about Libya's culture

Reasearch Question

What is the other 3% of the other religions in Libya?

Answer to Question

There are many diffrent types of religions in Libya. There are a lot of Muslims but some part of Libya also has diffrrent cultures. In Libya there is a very big population Sunni Muslims but there are small groups of Christians groups. Copthic Orthodax Christianinty is a church which is the largest and the most historical place in Libya. Libya was famous for the Jewish culture soon after a peroid of time the culture started to decrease then the Muslims took over. Last religion in Libya is the Budhhist they have 0.3% of Libya for there culture. As far as any other country in the Northern part of Africa Libya has the most Budhhists in any other Country. As far as we know freedom of religion is restricted in Libya except for the religions that we talked about.