Libya being a less explored country has always fascinated me. From the descriptions my father gave me about this place where he worked added on to my eagerness. When I got to be there I couldn't find how this African country is so different from others. Then we started exploring this neighbour of Egypt curiously. First I was keen to make a visit to the famous ruined city called Leptis Magna which was an extended part of the Roman empire in Libya. It was enthralling experience to just picture those times and just to feel that hard work put into each stone arches, pillars and just imagine an amphitheatre. It was worth visiting and just revelation that Libya is not just never ending roads and a country a suffering in dictatorship (the time when I made this trip). It has an exciting past too. After that we went to the next destination which actually changed its name much to the pleasure of people ruled at each time. The names are here Italian square of course a selection of an Italian emperor during Italian colonisation. Then it came to be known as freedom sure according to the monarchs and then came September square or green square by Gaddafi and finally the latest name is Martyr's square. After that we went to the museum in Martyr's square called Jamahiriya Museum .
P.S :- BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO VISIT LIBYA MAKE SURE OF THE POLITICAL TURMOILATION GOING ON IN THE COUNTRY.