Where is Libya? / Where is Libya Located in The World …

Located in the continent of Africa, Libya covers 1,759,540 square kilometers of land, making it the 17th largest nation in terms of land area.

Libya became an independent state in 1951, after gaining its sovereignty from Turkey. The population of Libya is 6,733,620 (2012) and the nation has a density of 4 people per square kilometer.

The currency of Libya is the Libyan Dinar (LYD). As well, the people of Libya are refered to as Libyan.

The dialing code for the country is 218 and the top level internet domain for Libyan sites is .ly.

Libya shares land borders with 6 countries: Chad, Sudan, Egypt, Algeria, Niger, Tunisia.

To learn more, visit our detailed Libya section.

Tripoli is the capital city of Libya. It has a population of 1,150,989, and is located on a latitue of 32.88 and longitude of 13.19.

Tripoli is also the political center of Libya, which is considered a Republic, and home to its Ceremonial head of state.

This page was last updated on October 2, 2015.

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