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Featured Archaeological Site of Cyrene Print

Sheep graze at the ancient Greek and Roman ruined city of Cyrene in modern-day Shahaat

Sheep graze at the ancient Greek and Roman ruined city of Cyrene in modern-day Shahaat, eastern Libya March 26, 2011. Founded in 4th century BC by Greeks and later Romanised, Cyrene was one of the principal cities in the Hellenic world. Near Cyrene, one of the most important cities of the Hellenic world, are the lush hills and cool climes of Jebel al-Akhdar, but no facilities for tourists. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (LIBYA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS TRAVEL IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Featured Archaeological Site of Cyrene Print

Funerary statue from Cyrene

Funerary statue from Cyrene, dated to the 4th century BC, of Persephone, goddess of the Underworld and wife of Hades, Jamahiriya Museum, Tripoli, Libya, North Africa, Africa

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Featured Archaeological Site of Cyrene Print

Libya, Cyrenaica, Cyrene, Ptolemaion (later called Cesareum)

Libya - Cyrene, archaeological site (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1982). The Ptolemaion (later called Cesareum)


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