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Beautiful Salty Lakes Of Ubani Sand Sea

Beautiful Salty Lakes Of Ubani Sand Sea
Oum al-Maa Lake.Photo credit
Ubani sand sea situated in the Fezzan region of south-western Libya. It is a beautiful sight to visit. 200,000 years ago, it was the region that is fertile and wet. Its quality was to rainfall and flowing rivers. There was a beautiful vast Lake. It is called Lake Megafezzan. The maximum level of this lake is 120,000 square kilometers during humid periods. Its weather change caused the region, a little part of Sahara. The incredible thing in that was dry between 3,000 to 5,0000 years ago, due to evaporated into thin years. Some beautiful lakes still exist so Traces is the great lake that still exists today. There are almost 20 lakes in the Ubari Sand Sea. It has many qualities, beautiful palm, fringed oases. There is also the harsh desert environment. Gabweroun and Umm al-Maa (the mother of water) are the beautiful lakes among these lakes. These lakes are located in the old village. The most visited place of the Ubari Sand is Gaberoun. Many tourists visit these amazing places. Umm- al H'isan (the mother of the horse) is located in the North of Gaberoun. These are mind-blowing places to visit.
Beautiful Salty Lakes Of Ubani Sand Sea
Oum al-Maa Lake, Ubari Sand Sea. Photo credit: unknown
Beautiful Salty Lakes Of Ubani Sand Sea
Mandara lake, Libya.Photo credit
Beautiful Salty Lakes Of Ubani Sand Sea
Oum al-Maa Lake. Photo credit: George Steinmetz
Beautiful Salty Lakes Of Ubani Sand Sea
Oum al-Maa Lake.Photo credit
Beautiful Salty Lakes Of Ubani Sand Sea
Oum al-Maa Lake.Photo credit
Beautiful Salty Lakes Of Ubani Sand Sea
Oum al-Maa Lake.Photo credit
Beautiful Salty Lakes Of Ubani Sand Sea
Gaberoun Lake.Photo credit
Beautiful Salty Lakes Of Ubani Sand Sea
Gaberoun Lake.Photo credit
Beautiful Salty Lakes Of Ubani Sand Sea
Gaberoun Lake.Photo credit
Beautiful Salty Lakes Of Ubani Sand Sea
Gaberoun Lake.Photo credit
Sources: Nat Geo / Temehu / Webecoist / Libya Herald

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