Topkapi Beach Mahdia

Route de la Corniche, Mahdia, Tunisia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route de la Corniche, Mahdia.
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    Travel Blogs from Mahdia

    Monastir, Monastary, Pretty Similar in the End

    A travel blog entry by cadkinsca on Oct 14, 2013

    24 photos

    ... and was economically inclined to the west, and he is still revered by some as the Father of modern Tunisia. It looks like a big mosque and has a casket inside. OK,

    This area, or somewhere in Tunisia, was also used for Tattooine in Star Wars (and was in every Star Wars film except Episode 5). The Monastir Rabat was used for Jersusalem in Life of Brian. A nearby city was used as Cairo in Raiders of the Lost Ark. And some place was ...

    Monastir

    A travel blog entry by noyelles on Apr 26, 2013

    7 photos

    ... preservation. The tessera (stones) were tiny & the detail in them was amazing comparable with anything we have ever seen. The craftsmen & artists of the area were famous throughout the Roman Empire. Apparently only the Bardo museum in Tunis has as good works. Our guide then led us through the old quarter back to our hotel in Sousse. Still no sense re the AC so we slept with the balcony door open & were visited by the mosquitoes much to Dick's ...

    Bye bye Bourguiba

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 11, 2012

    13 photos

    ... Josh and Grace headed into the Medina to do some shopping and buy refreshments.

    Ribat ribat
    The ribat, whilst built as a fortification, also became a religious centre and was for some time a place of pilgrimage.

    It was erected in 796 AD and has been enlarged several times making it probably one of the largest surviving ribats in North Africa. It was enlarged on the north side ...

    Return to El Jem again...

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 11, 2012

    12 photos

    ... making it one of the largest venues in Roman times with only the Flavian amphitheatre in Rome (50,000) and theatre of Campus having greater capacity.


    The amphitheatre is a complex structure, but it has been well preserved and unaltered. Underneath the arena there are two passageways, which we explore, where gladiators would have waited with animals and slaves before being brought into the arena. Since there was no readily ...

    Jewel of the desert

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 03, 2012

    ... we were here. We know that the vendors are disinterested since they are no where to be seen. A few of the shop keepers call out and engage in conversation, but it's more of a friendly exchange, almost doing what is expected rather than expecting us to go into their shop and buy.

    Amphitheatre
    We'd decided in advance not to take any photos of the amphitheatre today. On a two day trip, with an overnight in the desert, we're unsure whether we'll be able ...