Because the building looks more like a palace, it can be bathed in the first ray of sunlight every day next to the sea.
This palace is located in the famous Carthage site. It is a museum, but it is not open to the public. Everyone can only watch some statues of the Jiataiji site around him. It is said that many precious cultural relics in the collection are only on a specific date. Will be open to the outside world. If you want to visit, you must learn about his opening practice online, otherwise you can only take a look outside.
Dar Nejma Ezzahra Palace is similar to a natural museum. Artists, writers and musicians from all over the world gather here, listening to soothing music, drinking strong coffee, and capturing the most beautiful scenery of the blue and white town.
This is the most important museum of Carthage ruins in Tunisia. It is still in the archaeological stage, so it is not open to the public. You can only go in and visit if you get a special pass. The historical span of the palace ruins is very long. The old cultural relics are more than 3,000 years old, and your new ones are only a few hundred years old. However, judging from the stone pillars of the leftover buildings, this place should have been very glorious before. It was from the ancient Roman period. Important cities.
Tunisia is located at the northernmost point of the African continent. It faces the Mediterranean Sea to the north and east. It faces the Italian island of Sicily across the Tunis Strait. It is the main point for east-west shipping in the Mediterranean. It borders Libya to the southeast and Algeria to the west. Tunisia is one of the few countries in the world where beaches, deserts, mountains and forests and ancient civilizations are concentrated. It is a place where ancient civilizations and diverse cultures blend. The famous Jasmine Revolution broke out here, and finally succeeded in overthrowing Ben Ali’s regime and triggered a chain reaction in the Arab world. Speaking of jasmine, it reminds me of the Chinese song "Jasmine" that almost everyone can sing a few sentences~ What a beautiful jasmine... Do you know why this song is so famous? When Li Hongzhang visited Europe on behalf of the Qing Dynasty, every country in Europe had its own national anthem, but at that time our country was in the Qing dynasty with internal and external troubles, and there was no national anthem. So Li Hongzhang used this song "Jasmine" to represent the Qing Dynasty at that time. Too shameless in front of European powers