Leptis Magna

The spectacular Leptis Magna is an exceptionally well-preserved Roman city on the coast of Libya which has a history dating back over 3,000 years. Today the archaeological site is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With a history dating back to 1100 BC, the city gained status as a leading part of the Roman Empire in AD 193 when Lucius Septimius Severus became the first African-born Emperor of Rome. The baths at Leptis Magna Although there are loads of ruins here, most of the prominent remains date from the first and second centuries, including the incredible theatre.…

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