Bayda Governorate
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Bayda Governorate
Location of Bayda Governorate (1963-1983) within Libya
Bayda Governorate at 1966

Bayda Governorate (Bayda Governorate, Arabic: ?‎)[1] was one of the governorates (muhafazah) of Libya from 1963 to 1969. Its capital was Bayda.Other important towns in the governorate were Marj, Al Qubah, Shahhat and Apollonia.

On 23 May 1971, the governorate was renamed Jabal al Akhdar Governorate,[2] but the boundaries remained unchanged. The governorate's population was 131,940 in 1963.[3]

See also


  1. ^ Libyan groups of countries University of Michigan, Published: 1968.
  2. ^ Politics and government of revolutionary Libya Author:Henry Habib, Publisher: Cercle du livre de France, 1975.
  3. ^ Districts of Libya

Coordinates: 30°46?00?N 21°44?00?E / 30.7667°N 21.7333°E / 30.7667; 21.7333

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