Tagged: Tunisia

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Port el Kantaoui

Tunisia Attractions

East coast of Tunisia The more than 800 km long east coast of Tunisia offers hilly landscapes with gardens and olive, pomegranate and almond tree groves as well as long sandy beaches and rocky...

Tunisia Culture

Tunisia Economy and Culture

(Al-Jumhūrīyah-at-Tūnusīyah). State of North Africa (164,150 km²). Capital: Tunis. Administrative division: governorates (24). Population: 11,551,448 (2018 estimate). Language: Arabic (official), French. Religion: Muslims 99%, others 1%. Monetary unit: Tunisian dinar (1000 thousandths). Human Development...

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Sousse Travel Guide

Sousse, Tunisia is a colorful holiday destination with both African flavors and Mediterranean nuances. Located in North Africa, Sousse is Tunisia’s third largest city and the country’s most important port city. Even in Finland,...

Geography of Tunisia

Geography of Tunisia

Tunisia can roughly be divided into four natural geographic zones; the mountainous area in the north, the extensive steppe plateau in the central parts of the country, and further south, the area with drainage-free...

Tunisia has long craft traditions

Art in Tunisia

Prehistoric times Discoveries from the time before the Phoenician colonization consisted mainly of tools in stone and bronze. Excavations have uncovered a number of Phoenician and Carthaginian finds, including masks, amulets, jewelry, oil lamps,...

Tunisia flag

Tunisia Overview

Tunisia is located in North Africa, on the south coast of the Mediterranean. The country borders Algeria and Libya. At the beginning of the written history, the population of Tunisia consisted of various Berber...

Algeria

Mass Media in Northern Africa

Mass media in Algeria Algeria has around 20 daily newspapers and 6 weekly newspapers as well as a number of weekly magazines and magazines. The most important newspaper is the FLN body Al-Moudjahid (‘the...

Tunisia Population and Language

Tunisia Population and Language

Tunisia has perhaps the most uniform population in North Africa. Most Tunisians count as Arabs. The original Berber population has been mixed up with Arabs who came to the country beginning in the 600s....

Amina Saïd

Tunisia’s French-language Literature

While the Arabic-language literature in Tunisia has its roots back to the 700s, French-language literature in the country did not grow until the early 1900s. When it comes to today’s publications, it is thought...

Illustration of the Grand Mosque

Knowledge and Culture in Tunisia

Tunisia is part of the Arab cultural circle, while the country has cultural roots rooted in and under the influence of several periods of immigration. These include notably the country’s Berber culture and Arab...