A tourist group from Romania visited the ancient Kabau Palace, as it is the largest group to visit the Libya recently, according to the Ministry of Interior in the Government of National Unity (GNU).
The Tourist Police and Antiquities Protection Agency in Kabau took charge of securing the group, according to a ministry's statement on Monday.
Kabau Palace is the most important historical landmark in the town located in the Nafusa Mountains, as it is more than 900 years old.
The palace is a circular building with a diameter of about 20 meters from the inside and a height of about 18 meters. It consists of six floors, two of which are underground. It includes 360 rooms for storing agricultural products such as oil, dates, figs, wheat and barley.