Zuara language resources
Zuara is spoken on a daily basis in: Libya
Additional background on
Zuwarah (Arabic: ?????) is a port city in northwestern Libya, with a population of 45,000. It is situated 68 miles west of Tripoli and 37 miles from the Tunisian border. It is the capital of the An Nuqat al Khams shabiyah (municipality). Its population mainly belongs to the Ibadi branch of Islam, and speaks a Zenati Berber language. The town is mentioned by Leo Africanus; it was here that Muammar al-Qaddafi first proclaimed the Libyan "Cultural Revolution" in 1973.
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