The city of Tripoli is one of the Arab capitals located in the State of Libya, specifically in the northwestern part of the State of Libya.
Tripoli is the capital of the state of Libya and the largest city in Libya.
Location of Tripoli Arab Capital
The city is located on a rocky headland, overlooks the Mediterranean Sea, and is located opposite the island of Sicily.
Libyan Tripoli is known as Western Tripoli to distinguish it from the Lebanese Tripoli, which is called the Levant.
The area of the Libyan city of Tripoli is about 400 km²
Its population of it is about 2.3 million
It is considered one of the most important Libyan cities in terms of tourism
in addition to its political, economic, and other importance, as it contains a group of archaeological and historical monuments that made it an important tourist destination, in addition to the diversity of cultural and entertainment activities in it, and its most important features:
- old City.
- The Red Castle Museum.
- The Greek Orthodox Church.
- The memorial of the battle of Ain Zara.
- Hosh al-Karamanli was built in the mid-eighteenth century.
- Boleela Tower.
- Oujda tourist village.