Here is the tomb of the Islamic saint Hedi Hasab. The wooded walls are covered with various exquisite Islamic patterns, which are very luxurious and solemn. There is a hall in Suzuki. The floor is covered with very beautiful carpets. It is definitely a symbol of identity here. You must pay to worship and open your eyes.
The Mausoleum of Sidi Hasab is buried an Islamic saint, and it is also called the Mausoleum of Beards. The scale is very large, and the walls are surrounded by exquisite twig murals, which are very beautiful. At the same time, there are exquisite tiles, which are also very beautiful and mysterious.
Sidi Sahbe Mausoleum, Sidi Sahbe Mausoleum is the mausoleum of Sidi Sahab, a close friend of the Prophet Muhammad. After Sidi Sahbe returned to Tunisia from the Holy Land Mecca in the seventh century, he not only brought back a large number of scriptures, but also Three beards of the precious prophet. After the saint's death, the locals built this unique Sidi Sahab mausoleum for him, which was also called the "Three Beards Mosque". The entire mosque is centered on the mausoleum, decorated with ceramic tiles, and decorated with various exquisite patterns, which is very beautiful.
The officials should really do something about this. There are no hours posted on none of the attractions listed in the local maps and books. You are really taking your chances. There are even closed when mosques are not in service or people praying. One good story I read..they stole the stone from the El Djem Amphitheater, the old Roman amphitheater to build this or part of this mosque. It looks nice from the curb but this is all I can comm net on. Plan your visit in the Tunisian cities carefully, you will encounter a bunch of places closed at any hour of the day.
Sidi Hasab’s Mausoleum is buried in an Islamic saint. He is also called the Mausoleum of the Beard. The entire mosque is centered on the mausoleum and decorated with intricate ceramic tiles. It is very beautiful. It is different from other mosques. It has a strong Andalusian style, very spectacular and beautiful.