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Jado (Fess'at'u)

Tmuget, Jado

Tmuget, Jado.

Jabal (Jabel) Nafusa (Nafousa Mountain) is a hilly limestone massif in western Libya, extending in a west-northeasterly direction. The height of the chain ranges from 1,500 to 3,200 feet (460 to 980 m). The town of Jado, or Fess’at’u as it is known to its Berber natives, is one of the main Berber settlements in the Western Mountain. Places of interest include the rare spring of Nanna Tala at the base of the valley, waterfalls, streams, farms, troglodyte dwellings, cliff-top houses, and magical groves.

Jado

jado

 

Jado

Tmuget, jado

 

 

Jado Tmuget

The local people of Jado have created a private museum, housing several artifacts of ethnographic nature. Al-Barouni Museum is considered among the best museums in the region, embodying the Berber heritage of the mountain. The visitor will be rewarded with models of traditional crafts and industries as well as ancient archaeological stone artifacts, including a model of a traditional oil press, andour in Tamazight ('Berber language').

 

 

 

berber tomb altar

Ancient Berber tomb, showing an altar with candles, from Termisen or Termisa, Jado, Nafousa.

 

 

Ain Azzerga Spring

Ain Azzerga (The Blue Spring), Jado, Nafousa.

 

berber architecture

Berber architecture.

 

 

 

 

 

Nanna Tala Spring

Nanna Tala Spring

The sacred spring of Nanna Tala, 15km south-west of  Arhibat, Nafusa Mountain.

Berber sacred site relating an ancient Berber myth thought to be thousands of years old.