Veraclub El Kantoui

Address: 5 km from Port El Kantoui, Port El Kantaoui, Tunisia | Resort
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This resort, located on 5 km from Port El Kantoui, Port El Kantaoui, is near Medina of Sousse, Mahdia's Old Town, The Great Mosque (Sidi Oqba Mosque), and Medina of Kairouan.
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    Travel Blogs from Port El Kantaoui

    ( KAIROUAN, TUNISIA; FEB 21 730 )

    A travel blog entry by ashmoney on Feb 21, 2015

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    ... we saw scholars studying different works, which was a pleasure to see. It seems to me that it's more of an educational center over anything, and I could tell that the ruler promoted and advocated education. There are schools and universities -- obviously only to cater men -- that teach many things, most particularly science. It smells a lot like the library, but with more old books and a bit more like body odor and animals. It's a shame that only men here can ...

    At the Tip of Tunisa

    A travel blog entry by waymoney on Feb 21, 2015

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    ... these past days, sleeping alot and preferring little to no conversation. I think she is stewing in her own anger because of how women are seen as subordinate to men during this time. I am a bit homesick but even more excited knowing we knocked off one city off our list. Ali and his men are planning to do business here as well. Even though the point of this trip was business I can't help but feel its like a vacation when I was rarely given the chance to travel back home. ...


    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Apr 10, 2014

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    ... as a base when they'd come to North Africa to spread Islam.
    -----I would be staying just outside of the city with a man named Mohammed Idriss. This large man, with a large and graying beard that stretched towards the ground, wore a thick white robe and a skull-cap. We'd met when I was hitchhiking to southern Tunisia, in February. He'd told me he went to Mecca every year and had the Koran memorized, and he invited me to his house.
    -----Now, in late March, ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 20, 2014

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    ... to Hannibal as a 'military superstar'. The city's Roman roots date to 40 BC when Augustus began its restoration. Much of its marble was taken by the Islamic dynasties to build their mosques. Today a presidential palace overlooks the site.

    The most significant remains are those of the Antonine Baths. They are massive in scale. Wandering around the bowels of what must have been a masterpiece of engineering one could only imagine this small manifestation of the ...

    Hey Kairouan Aren't You Guys Happy to See Me?

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 07, 2013

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    ... for the construction of a building (I guess this was the first form of sponsorship). As a result, the amazing gymnasium was given the Petronii name after the family that had funded its construction.

    Now what makes the Palestra so amazing is that it was surrounded by a portico and one entire wall of that portico, which was constructed of Corinthian grey and yellow streaked marble columns, remains in tact. The inscription at the top of the wall reads (in Latin) “This is ...