Libya Liberation Day

Diversity Atlas


October 23


12:00 am - 11:59 pm

Libya Liberation Day is celebrated on October 23rd and marks the day in 2011 when the Libyan people broke free from the tyrannical rule of the Gaddafi family. This national holiday is celebrated by Libyans across the country and around the world, signifying the Libyan people’s right to freedom. The newly introduced holiday is based on the country’s history and culture, and it is an opportunity for the people of Libya to celebrate their freedom and independence.