The City of the White Wall: A Creative Writing about the Old City of Tripoli

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نوع المقالة

رسالة ماجستير

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كلية اللغات - جامغة طرابلس


مريم أحمد سلامة



: The Old City of Tripoli (the Medina) is one of the oldest surviving historical cities in the world, established as an (Emporium) in the second millennium B.C. Not only is it the most important urban settlement on the Libyan coast, but also one of the oldest capitals in the world. It is the city of the White Wall, and the researcher is the storyteller of its narrative in the lights of an experience of twenty years within the society of the Medina. In addition to the importance of its strategic location, some other significant dimensions of its story, architecture, culture, traditions and tourism are basically included.