Tunis
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Town
D29***23this is an amazing old part of the city and definitely a must see on your trip to Tunis . full of small handicraft shops and souvenirs, small places to eat ( must try the local version of fried dough with sugar ). you walk through this gallery of old buildings all in white with blue ornaments set on a hillside with beautiful trees and flowers . on the top of the hill there is the amazing coffeehouse built into the clog with views over the ocean. I loved this place and the atmosphere.
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Museum
迈科普梁士彦Un authentic place, the mesuem is just outstanding, mesmerizing are peoples there, you can find a lot of traditional dress and gifts, a lot of wonderful food. It's just a place to be.
4.5/5
45 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
SYaqoobit’s one of the loveliest place in Tunisia, I enjoyed my travel to medina here
4.5/5
16 Reviews
Historical Site
juki235The ruins of the city of Carthage is the most famous ancient city ruins in Tunisia. It has a history of more than 2,000 years. The area of the entire site is very large and there are many architectural relics. Many exquisite statues from the ancient Roman period have been unearthed here. They are definitely a symbol of ancient Roman civilization and are worth visiting.
4.9/5
12 Reviews
Bathhouse
juki235The ancient Roman baths in Tunisia are located in the famous ruins of the ancient city of Jiataiji. There are many designs here that are very similar to the current bathrooms. I really have to admire the wisdom of the ancients.
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Historical Site
燃烧生命的小胖妞The oldest part of the ancient city of Carthage is located at the foot of Mount Birsa near the coast, which is also the core of the city of Carthage. On Mount Birsa, the Carthaginians built strong fortifications. The walls there are 34,000 meters long, 13 meters high, and 8 meters wide. There is a watchtower every 60 meters. After excavation, archaeologists discovered that in addition to the vaguely recognizable architectural relics such as palaces and residences, there are also many sarcophagi, burial objects, and palace ruins from the Byzantine era.

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