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I hope Libya and the rest of North Africa recover from the troubles that have been plaguing them, as they have a wonderful heritage and very friendly people. This ancient attraction is one of the most beautiful and intact Roman ruins I have ever visited....More
I had the opportunity to visit the ancient town of Sabratha and was overwhelmed by a feeling that I was surrounded by souls of the past. I’m not really a believer in the supernatural, but there is no doubt that I was surrounded by unseen,...More
I visited Sabratah in October 2010 and far prefered it to Leptis Magna, this was mainly due to our guide, who was an archeology proffessor and explained thw who, why and where of every street. One such nugget was the reason why there are so...More
A Roman site in excellent condition. It was not your stereotypical tourist attraction when I went, as there was no fancy signs or people trying to sell you miniature versions of the ruins or food and drink etc.. It was quite simply the Roman ruins....More
Sabratha is not as big nor as impressive as Leptis but still worth the visit especially as the theatre is in a better state that that in Leptis. As you walk through the doors you can see the theatre on your right, the sun shinning...More
Fantastic Ruins, a whole town to explore in amazing condition. The best I have ever seen.
Hopefully they will keep looking after it, atthe moment anyone can wander in, with no security but I think The Libyans are rightly proud of this site so no...More
A very enjoyable morning walking among the ruins (and reconstructed facades), the site is perfectly nestled overlooking the shoreline. The theatre area is the primary attraction, and gives a very good sense of what the area was like when built. It's worth walking down to...More