Yadis Ibn Khaldoun
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... mosque. Probably got snowed somewhat with the items since everything was a la carte: I probably won't pay 26.5 TD for many dinners. Had salad, cous cous and grilled lamb, sharing a large water with Tony. Don't think knives are a big thing here or at least I was not offered one to cut my grilled lamb.
Tony brought his mustard with him. He's a creature of habit. There was a dwarf with a gimpy leg standing outside one of the myriad of jewelry stores. Tony thought he might be ...
... screen of my camera and the next thing I knew I was tripping over the ledge of the baptismal tub and immediately found my life in slow motion. I began to fall towards the first stair in the tub, but somehow managed to get both feet under me and in one motion lept forward into the tub. Yea you read that right … I jumped into a 2,000 year old antiquity to avoid falling in. As I tripped I heard the Tunisian fellow guarding the room let out something that sounded like ...
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... of the countries Liberation Day was fast approaching and everyone appeared to be gearing up. Even the criminal cabbies were telling us that there was going to be trouble. Tunisia was the start point of the Arab Spring on Dec. 17, 2010, when a young street vendor, Mohamed Bouazizi, the victim of police and government harassment, doused himself in gasoline and lit himself on fire . That 'fire' figuratively spread to engulf Egypt, Libya, Bahrain, and ...
... the early 3rd century BC. It depicts the poet Virgil writing the VIII verse of the Aeneid while being inspired by the muses, Clio (history) and Melpomene (tragedy).
This beautiful tiered immersion baptismal font (below right) was discovered in Demna (Cap Bon) and dates back to the 6th centry AD.