El Agheila


El Agheila

El Agheila

Señalización en el mapa de distritos de Libia
Centro de la ciudad

El Agheila: también Ajdabia,Ajdabya o Egdabya, es una ciudad en Libia, con 140.558 habitantes en el 2006. Se encuentra a 154 km al oeste de Bengasi, a 12 de la costa y a 87 de Brega, importante centro petrolífico. El puerto de la ciudad, Suitina (en árabe, olivar pequeño) es su principal areteria comercial. El 70 % de su población pertenece a la etnia beduina de los Al-Magharba.

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