Outline of Libya - Geography of Libya

Geography of Libya

  • Libya is: a country
  • Location
    • Libya is situated within the following regions:
      • Northern Hemisphere and Eastern Hemisphere
      • Africa
        • North Africa
        • Sahara Desert
      • Greater Middle East
    • Time zone: Central Africa Time (UTC+02)
    • Extreme points of Libya
      • High: Bikku Bitti 2,267 m (7,438 ft)
      • Low: Sabkhat Ghuzayyil −47 m (−154 ft)
    • Land boundaries: 4,348 km
Egypt 1,115 km
Chad 1,055 km
Algeria 982 km
Tunisia 459 km
Sudan 383 km
Niger 354 km
  • Coastline: Mediterranean Sea 1,770 km
  • Population of Libya: 6,160,000 - 102nd most populous country
  • Area of Libya: 1,759,541 km2
  • Atlas of Libya

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