Abou Nawas Montazah Tabarka
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History and colors of Tunisia....Tunis is the capital city and we spent a great better part of the day walking thru souk market, perfume shop, seeing a carpet seller and also bussed over to the Bardo a fantastic museum of mosaics and collection found from Carthage. It was housed in an old 13 th century palace and was ...
A free day to wander around Tunis city at our leisure was just what we needed. We had been travelling for eleven days and it was time to stop, rest and relax before our flight the following day to Morocco where we would be travelling extensively for another twelve days.
Breakfast was very welcome. We had not eaten for 24 hours and a long, relaxed buffet meal was just what we needed. Amr had apparently left to fly back home to ...
"AROUND NORTHERN TUNISIA IN ONE - VERY LONG - BUT FABULOUS DAY"
Neatly dressed in a crisp white shirt and carefully pressed long black trousers, our driver Mohammad was once a senior manager with an Italian road construction company. A victim of the 2011 Tunisian Revolution, he was unemployed for several years after the Italian company, fearing the savagely dealt with riots and political uncertainty, pulled its operations out of Tunisia. And like ...
In order to better appreciate the historical sites we saw in Tunsia and to enhance an understanding of the rich historical fabric of this tiny country, I am providing a brief timeline of the ancient and modern historical events which have moulded the unique face of Tunisia today.
CIRCA 1100 BC
Phoenicians settle the north Africa coast. The city of Carthage, near present day Tunis, becomes a significant naval power. Tunsia ruled by ...
... quite a large Roman town.
From here we drove south east to Dougga, another Roman town built on a hillside overlooking another fertile plain. Here there was a beautifull partly restored temple & a magnificent 3500 seat theatre which was built into the hillside still with some of the pillars of the stage. Again this had been a Numidian site before the Romans ...