Dougga is considered to be a fairly well-preserved ancient city around the world. Tunisia's historical vicissitudes and heritage can be experienced here. The great attractions, the vast expanse, and the blue sky and white clouds are great!
The scale is large and well-preserved. The urban layout and public places of the ancient Roman period are now in sight.
Independence from the world-the ancient city of Durga ruled the world. The ancient city of Durga was included in the "World Heritage List" by UNESCO as a cultural heritage in 1997. Tunisia was once the southern frontier of the ancient Roman Empire. We can experience their love for this land-there are more than 200 ancient Roman ruins in Tunisia, the most complete and spectacular is the ancient city of Durga. The ancient Romans have always been regarded as one of the most enjoyable peoples. They choose the location of the city based on three criteria: First, they have fertile land and water sources to facilitate the cultivation of crops, and people depend on them for survival. The second is that there are plenty of stones nearby to complete temples and many other buildings. The third is to smell good-where the flowers bloom. The ancient city of Durga has experienced 1,800 years of ups and downs, but the city is fully functional, living and residential areas, bathrooms, toilets, and even brothels, and there are side doors for prostitutes. Walking up the hillside, the ruins of the ancient city can vaguely see how magnificent buildings were here. They are a wonderful combination of Numidian culture, ancient Carthage culture, Greek culture and Roman culture. The most important and most magnificent site of the ancient city of Durga is the Capitolim Temple built in 166-167 AD on the top of the hill, where the Jupiter Jupiter over 6 meters high was once placed. The statue, as well as the two smaller statues of Juno and Minerva, are now only 10 meters high on the wall of the temple and six coslin-style Roman columns with grooves. There are few people in the whole scenic spot. At this time, the Capitolim Temple became my world. Standing in front of the temple, suddenly a sense of king over the world. In the sunset, the loneliness of this figure matches the king. I really want to wave my hand and say, see this is what I laid down for you. Tips Transportation: The ancient city of Durga is located on a slightly sloping plain. In addition to being surrounded by layers of olive trees, there are also large areas of cacti. Cactus fruits are also a common snack on the streets of Tunisia. There is no traffic announcement to arrive here, only self-driving or chartered car. Entrance fee: 10 dinars, a camera takes a photo with 1 dinars.
Buoyancy Travel|Tunisia Travel Photograph|Meeting Rome in North Africa Once the impression of Rome only stayed in the European regions of Greece and Italy, I came to Tunisia and learned that the Numidian Dynasty also had a representative city in Africa-horse Grebe. The local ruins and buildings have revealed the prosperity of ancient Rome. If you want to be a Roman goddess after going to Morocco in North Africa, then it is also a good choice to even visit Tunisia by the way~ Appearance: Buoyant Tunisia Brigade Group Friends Photography: Buoyancy Travel Full-time Travel Photographer
Our first stop is the ancient city of Dougga. Upon arriving in the ancient city, the sky began to float with a drizzle, the cloudy sky spread out like ink melted in the water, and the clouds floating in the sky hugged the mountain like the wings of a big bird. I still can't forget it. The first time I saw the ancient city standing on the top of the hill, the ruined walls were still majestic. The years have dyed the stone yellow-gray, and under the washing of the rain, it looked extremely desolate. An old man wearing a red hat leaned against the rugged wall, looking into the distance with a wise eyes. This was once a granary for the Romans.