Sabratha is considered the most beautiful ruins along the Mediterranean and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Originally a Carthaginian (500 B.C.) Trading Post, then an important settlement to the Greeks around 2nd century B.C., the city prospered under Romans which are the ruins we see today.
Shown below are some of the mosaics still on the ground at Sabratha (I think at the seaward baths).
Next stop on this tour was Tunisia where the recent troubles started. Tomorrow I will show the photographs from Tunisia.