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Leptis Magna is an ancient city buried in sand, and an archaeological site. Leptis Magna, Great Leptis, or simply Leptis, known as Lebda to modern-day residents of Libya, was a prominent city of the Roman Empire

Part of a tour to Libya to see the 2006 Total Solar Eclipse in the Libyan Sahara Desert in March 2006.
Raised floor hypocaust heating system for the  Laconica, or sweat room, Hadriactic BathsHuge painting of Mu'ammar GaddafiMarble statueStone carvings in the museumBronze statue Septimus Severus, outside the Leptis Magna MuseumLeptis Magna HarbourThe eastern quay, Leptis Magna HarbourWide angle of the whole theatreThe theatre stage with the Mediterranean Sea behindThe theatre with the Mediterranean Sea behindTwo roads leading to the theatreMy group walking down the Roman road to the theatreThe MarketThe MarketStone tabletDecorated pillars in the Basilica beside the Forum of SeverusBasilica beside the Forum of SeverusMedusa in marble, The Forum of SeverusShops along the perimeter of the Forum of SeverusArches in the Forum of Severus

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Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory Detail:Libya