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Sidi Bou Said
Since our time in Sidi Bou Said is limited, all we can do is walk the main street, taking the odd diversion here and there, to look at the architecture and admire the views.
Originally a place of pilgrimage for visitors to the tomb of the 13th-century Sufi holy man from whom it takes its name, Sidi Bou Said's signature colours of white walls with blue ...
Finally I get to visit the capital of Tunisia - Tunis
we travelled by louage for 3 hours from Sfax to here, my friend Priit has spotted that the city is actually pretty similar to Berlin, one main big street called Habbi Bouruiba stretching from the Medina to Marine train station (TGM) with squares and fountains in between the road. The whole road might take up to 30mins by walking.
Due to the riot yesterday, which appearantely one ...
... I'd been initially looking for. The villas are something else - mostly ruins, but the scale is impressive. it's like a small section of a town with a road, and mosaics still in place. Of course, it all overlooks the Mediterranean and is absolutely gorgeous. Ran into an English couple who were leaving, and they gave me their map. I noticed a Tunisian woman actually turned around and gave the English lady a positively filthy look, which is ...
... ruins of the old city of Carthage. The mosque is known to host one of the first and greatest universities in the history of Islam. Many Muslim scholars were graduated from the Al-Zaytuna for over a thousand years. From Ibn 'Arafa, one of the greatest scholars of Islam, Imam Maziri, the great traditionalist and jurist to the famous Tunisian poet Aboul-Qacem Echebbi and countless others all taught there
... was revealed in some of the mosaics of Greek gods that had been adopted by the Romans. We saw many impressive pieces of art including one of a giant Roman Sandaled Foot that was even larger than mine.
We drove down from the museum and around pass the large lake that at one time was capable of receiving ships from the Mediterranean. That time is long gone and La Goulette is now the main port. As we passed the lake, we could see a large flock of flamingos that ...