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Libya, Land and Resources

Gulf of Sidra, barren desert, southern border, sand sea, Mediterranean Sea

The Sahara covers most of Libya. Much of the land consists of barren, rock-strewn plains and sand sea. Two small areas of hills rise in the northwest and northeast, and the Tibesti massif rises near the southern border. There are no permanent rivers or streams in Libya. The coastline is indented midway by the Gulf of Sidra, where barren desert touches the Mediterranean Sea.

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