By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 8 April 2015:
The Coordination Society in Shahat intends to improve parks and plant more trees in the . . .[restrict]Jebel Al-Akhdar town.
The organisation has already tasked itself with the responsibility of performing yearly spring maintenance on Shahat’s Garden of the Martyrs, which includes mowing the park’s grass and ensuring that the fountain is working properly.
This year, however, the organisation has additional plans to replace the trees that were destroyed during this past year’s clashes both in the gardens and all over the town.
The Garden of the Martyrs opened in Shahat on 26 December 2013. Shahat, also known as Cyrene, lies at the edge of sprawling ancient Greek and Roman ruins spanning seven kilometres and now a Unesco World Heritage site.