Wednesday, 2 November 2011

Look what i got!

I got this copy of the first Libyan Constitution today at a gallery for Old/Vintage photographs for Libya, it was so very much fun to look at photos of streets that today have nothing to resemble to how they looked like in 19011.. YES 19011!!!  a hundred years worth of photography in one gallery, it was a fun and a pleasure as well as feeling proud.

Photos from the late King's Palace...a.k.a Libya Museum 

Coming Soon: My personal diaries of the first days of the Libyan Revolution 17/02/2011...


  1. Ema, I was smilled with your joie and feelings, about the old Rules in your Lybia!
    I hope that the new Constitution Rules are better for the Lybian Citizens, more refreshed, more Democratics! Its a great chance for all!Now in these days, just the future is important!
    Have a nice day!

  2. Thank you for your sweet feelings, we lived for 42 years without a constitution (imagine that!) so now when i started to read this i realized how we were living .... no freedom no human rights no nothing.... and worst of all no dignity... thank god that we had this revolution in time...
    the new constitution is based on the old one in parts of it but refreshed as you said to fit our life in the new age...

  3. Hi Ema,

    Could I use your photo of the Libyan Constitution for an article? I will credit your photo.

    Thank you,


  4. NZ
    Yes yes feel free to use the image :)
    Thank you for crediting it.

  5. Thank you very much....much appreciated.

    Best Regards,



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