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The Libyan Sports Cities. An Illustration of Overseas Work by British Engineers

In Libya, which is quickly developing as a large oil exporter, two Sports Cities are under construction at Tripoli and Benghazi. These Sports Cities will be the venue for the next Pan-Arab Games and incorporate most Olympic facilities. W.J. McDowell and C.J. Shippen