The Site of Carthage is located in Tunis, the capital of Tunisia. "Carthage" means "new city" in Phoenician. According to the written records, the ancient city of Carthage was built in the late 9th century BC. After the city was built, the national strength gradually became stronger, the territory expanded continuously, and it became one of the political, economic, commercial and agricultural centers of the Mediterranean region at that time. The main remains of the Site of Carthage are stone pillars, original dwelling houses, and rest rooms. Visitors can overlook the Mediterranean Sea from here and the scenery is beautiful.