Tunisia photo albums
The northern region of Tunisia is the most populated area of the country and more active. We find not only the capital Tunis but also tourist attractions such as Carthage, El Jam with its great Roman amphitheater, Sbeitla with the remains of the Roman city of Sufetula and Kairouan, the ancient capital of Tunisia fourth holiest city after Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem.
The southern Tunisia area is largely occupied by the desert. The island of Djerba rappresnta one of the most important bathing sites thanks to its sandy beaches. Inside we are actually how Matamata, Berber village with troglodyte architecture, Douz called "the gateway to the desert", the depression of Chott el Jerid and Tozeur with several opportunities for excursions.
The Bardo Museum, after the Egyptian Cairo is the most important in all of northern Africa. Located in a beautiful nineteenth-century house in a suburb of Tunis, it contains primarily the largest collection of Roman mosaics in the world. The museum includes six sections, prehistoric, Punic, Roman, pagan, early Christian, Arab-Muslim.
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