Likes & Dislikes

Opinions

Tunesia - desert with camels - k.l. photo

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Practicals

Transport

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Tunis - street car - s.v. photo

Tunesia - Attention Camels Crossing - n.e. photo

Food

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Tunesia - couscous dish (with carrot and mutton meat) - k.l. photo

Shopping

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Tunesia - Sidi Bou Said - souvenir shops of the picturesque small town - k.l. photo

Tunesia - Sousse - medina (old town) - k.l. photo

Tunis - Rue de Marseille - the shopping street - s.v. photo

Public safety

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Tunesia - gun - k-t. g. photo

Health

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Tunesia - toilet - comfy, normal - Jetta photo

Background

Tunesia - national flag - s.v. photo

Destination in brief

Tunesia is a Mediterranean country in North Africa, and one of the so-called Maghreb countries. Neighbors: Algeria (west, south), Libya (east, south)

Size: 163,610 km²  (63,170.2 mi²)

Population (in 2020): 11,7 million

Capital city: Tunis

Languages: Standard Arabic is the official language, but the Tunisian Arabic dialect (Darija) is used in everyday communications.

Religions: Islam is the official state religion, 99,5% Muslim

Form of government: semi-presidential representative democratic republic

Currency: Tunisian dinar (TND)

Average net monthly salary (in 2020): 300 USD

Most common surname: Trabelsi

 

History

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Tunesia - El Jem - the 3rd largest amphitheater in the ancient Roman world - k.l. photo

People

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Tunesia - cell phone - K-T. G. photo

Tunesia - Sousse - hijab-wearing local ladies - k.l. photo

Tunesia - beauties - s.v. photo

Tunesia - Matmata - a Berber woman - k.l. photo

Attractions

Tunis

Tunis - Place de la Victoire (Victory Square) - s.v. photo

Tunis - Bab el Bhar (Porte De France), a city gate - s.v. photo

Tunis - Avenue Habib Bourguiba - s.v. photo

Tunis - Cathedral of St. Vincent de Paul, a Roman Catholic church - s.v. photo

Museums

Tunesia - Byrsa - Carthage National Museum - k.l. photo

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