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  • Andrea Gentile

    LAGOS UBARI (LIBIA). En medio del desértico paraje del Sáhara, en Libia, varios manantiales de agua salada brotan bajo la arena para formar ...

  • Mar ia

    El lago Umm al-Maa, madre de las aguas, en Libia.

  • Pardha Pothana

    Libya is home to some of the driest, most remote and most forbidding reaches of desert in the world. The southwest quadrant of Libya is known as the Fezzan -- a largely uninhabited region of burning hot sand dunes and menacing rock-lands. The places in the region where water flows can form oases where life can survive, but the majority of the Fezzan is remote and empty.

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