Albatross Village
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Amazigh village (Albatross village) is located in Libya, in the Nafusa Mountains, near Rahibat (Omsin).
Amazigh village consists of a mixture of Nafusi and Arabs, divided into tribes.
There are 4000 inhabitants in the village (70% Arabs, 30% Amazigh).
In the past, the village was one of the largest cities in the region, and was characterized by a geographical location where caravans regularly passed through. One of the leading Islamic scholars in this village was Abu Amrous bin Fatah Msakni.
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Last edited on 14 November 2020, at 05:39
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