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   History of Tunisia
The most Tunisian Towns are old Phoenician counters, heritages of Greek or Roman towns, or Arab medinas as well. The Amphitheaters, thermae, odeums, Coliseums, witness the glory of an emperor and of a civilization. But beyond the triumph of the ancient times, the Arab architects had known how to show the genius of their arts: The great mosque of Kairouan is a splendid example of this art. ... More
Tunisia is located in the extreme north-east of Africa, in the center of the Mediterranean basin. Tunisia, marked off by the thirtieth and the thirty-seventh degrees of north latitude, is washed in the north and in the east by the Mediterranean. ... More
Don't worry: the Tunisian HOTELs make the best international cooking. But why do you not let yourself be attempted, when the opportunity presents it self, by the Tunisian cooking which is different from REGION to another. ... More
   Culture and Traditions
Men are cutters of stones, however women weave the farachias, cloths with bright colors, and the filij, long ribbons which are sewn together to form the Bedouins tents. ... More
the rule of the road in force in Tunisia is as the same as the western Europe one. The speed is fixed at 50 Km / h within the city and 90 Km / h on the long distances, unless otherwise stated. (70 Km / h on the whole road system of Djerba), 110 Km / h on the highways ... More

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