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    Site of Carthage

    Carthage was founded in the 9th century B.C. on the Gulf of Tunis. From the 6th century onwards, it developed into a great trading empire covering much of the Mediterranean and ...

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    Medina of Tunis

    Under the Almohads and the Hafsids, from the 12th to the 16th century, Tunis was considered one of the greatest and wealthiest cities in the Islamic world. Some 700 ...

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    20, rue du Tribunal

    This cultural club is located in the former stalls of the Dar Lasram palace, in a calm alley and is one of Medina's best surprises. The vaulted ceilings and ...

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    4, Place du Ch√Ęteau

    This splendid palace is now occupied by the offices of the Institut National du Patrimoine (the National Heritage Institute) so it is not possible to visit it, but you can take a look to its beautiful ...

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    A city steeped in history, Kairouan has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It occupies an important place in the hearts of Muslims around the world, with the ...

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    Place de l'UNESCO

    The Punic city of Carthage was first erected on the hill of Byrsa which provides some amazing views of the Tunis Gulf and the town. The hill is home to the archeological ...

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    60, Rue Tourbet El Bey

    Tourbet El Bey is the Ottoman mausoleum of the Husseinite dynasty that ruled Tunisia for more than two centuries. The marble graves of almost all the Husseinite Beys lay there, along with ...

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    10 Rue Dar El Jeld

    Diwan opened in 1997 near its sister restaurant, Dar El Jeld . They share an owner and rely on the same concept: Tunisian cuisine in the setting of a lush Ottoman mansion (the mansion that houses Diwan ...

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    Souk El Attarine

    The Souk El Attarine is one of the oldest Souks of the medina, dating from the Hafside times (13th century). Its refined activity of perfume selling gave ...

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    3, Rue Charles de Gaulle

    The Central Market is a large covered market, located in the middle of the downtown. Swarms of city-dwellers browse at the stands of meats, fish, and ...