The Agrabitt reservoir in Kairouan is an important water source in Tunisia. The design here is very local. One of the large pools is covered with sheepskin and camel skins to collect rainwater before flowing into the large Precipitation in the pond is an important source of water purification. It is really imaginative and worth visiting.
The Agrabit Reservoir is one of the sources of water for the residents of Kairouan. It is two very huge reservoirs, one large and one small. They mainly collect the precipitation here, and then filter it into the large pool. It is really a symbol of the wisdom and wisdom of the people, and it is worth visiting.
Agrabit Reservoir. It is a special device made by Arabs collecting water in the desert. Visited the Agrabit Cistern to climb the castle, overlooking the Cistern. The reservoir is divided into two pools, the small pool is used to collect rainwater, and the large pool is used to precipitate impurities to form clean water. Because Kairouan is a water-scarce area, the locals built 15 cisterns in 862, which are a symbol of the ingenuity of the people living in the desert.
Agrabit Reservoir. It is a special device made by Arabs collecting water in the desert. It is divided into two pools, large and small, the small pool is used to collect rainwater, while the large pool is used to precipitate impurities to form clean water. This device is really smart and great. It is definitely a symbol of the ingenuity of people living in the desert.
This big pool, regardless of his insipidity, was a crucial place during the Arab rule. Each reservoir is divided into two small and large reservoirs. The large one is used to store water and is isolated by the local sheepskin, while the small one is used to collect rainwater through precipitation and then pass through the two small spaces and flow into it. Large pool to collect rainwater.