Libya is domestically called Libiya and the form of government it has is Republic.
The capital city of Libya is Tripoli and boasts a population of 2.4 million.
The Libyan flag is is made up of three horizontal bands of red (top), black (double width), and green with a white crescent and star centered on the black stripe; the National Transitional Council reintroduced this flag design of the former Kingdom of Libya (1951-1969) on 27 February 2011; it replaced the former all-green banner promulgated by the QADHAFI regime in 1977; the colors represent the three major regions of the country: red stands for Fezzan , black symbolizes Cyrenaica, and green denotes Tripolitania; the crescent and star represent Islam, the main religion of the country and is presented above.
The National symbol of Libya is star and crescent; hawk.
The National hymn of Libya is ""Allahu Akbar" ("God Is Great")" which was composed by Egyptian marching song.