The Grand Mosque of Zatuna is found in the heart of the old city of Medina in Tunis. "Tuna" is the meaning of the Arabic word. The mosque was constructed in 732 AD. There are numerous stone pillars in the hall of the chanting. These pillars were brought after being demolished from the Yingtaiji site. Among the Islamic cities in North Africa, the old city of Tunisia is one of the examples of city architectural planning. The Old Town is made around the center of the Zatuna Mosque.