Collected mosaic floor tiles of ancient Roman style and concentrated on display. And there is a detailed introduction. When I visited at the end of May, I also met local children holding notebooks, visiting and taking notes. It is estimated that the museum is used as a classroom.
Our company is mainly engaged in making floor tiles and ceramic tiles. The company has a branch in Tunisia. In April of this year, I was actually assigned to the Tunis branch to visit and study. The study time is not very long, only about half a month. I visited the factory first, and the day before I left, I actually said to take us to visit the Yal Museum in Jem. Ok! This is not bad, you can appreciate the local culture. With excitement, I got into the car bound for the Il Museum. Jem's city is not very big, and the car reached the destination in less than half an hour. When I first arrived at the museum, the whole building gave people an unremarkable feeling. There are no decorations on the white walls. The art of floor tiles: I walked into the museum and found that the floor tiles on the ground are very beautiful. They are all made of mosaics. It's a pity that I see all kinds of floor tiles and ceramic tiles in the factory, which has made me not interested. When I walked inside, I realized that it was a bit like a company showroom. Mosaic floor tiles of various colors are displayed. There is also a figure statue in the central garden of the museum, which is also made of these small floor tiles. The key problem is that it is actually plated with gold on it, so luxurious. Reminder: Tickets: around RMB 20. Opening hours: 9 am-5 pm