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Tunisia

Tunisia, is the northernmost country in Africa. It is an Arab Maghreb country and is bordered by Algeria to the west, Libya to the southeast, and the Mediterranean Sea to the north and east. Its area is almost 165,000 square kilometres, with an estimated population of just over 10.4 million. Its name is derived from the capital Tunis located in the northeast.

Tunisia is the smallest of the nations situated along the Atlas mountain range. The south of the country is composed of the Sahara desert, with much of the remainder consisting of particularly fertile soil and 1,300 kilometres of coastline.

Tunisia has relations with both the European Union—with whom it has an association agreement—and the Arab world. Tunisia is also a member of the Arab Maghreb Union, the Arab League, and the African Union. Tunisia has established close relations with France in particular, through economic cooperation, industrial modernization, and privatisation programs.

Among Tunisia's tourist attractions are its cosmopolitan capital city of Tunis, the ancient ruins of Carthage, the Muslim and Jewish quarters of Jerba, and coastal resorts outside of Monastir. According to The New York Times, Tunisia is "known for its golden beaches, sunny weather and affordable luxuries."

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Tunis
Bardo National Museum
Bardo National Museum
The Bardo Museum is a restored 13th century palace and is home to the world’s largest collection of Roman mosaics and is a must-see for anyone with an interest in history.
Cafes
Hammamet
Cafe Sidi Bou Hdid
Cafe Sidi Bou Hdid
Start by admiring this little zawiyya (shrine for a holy man) turned cafe from the Kasbah, then spend the last ours of the day in the cafe itself. If you find a free table. This is as good as commercial tourism gets in Tunisia!
Tourist attractions
Hammamet
Matmata
Matmata
In the desert, some people still live in their homes underground or in the homes they made themselves in rocks. It is colder and easier to live there because of the heats, but it is very very simple life. It is interesting to see the way th...
Museums
Port el Kantaoui
Museum Dar Essid
Museum Dar Essid
In a quiet part of the medina, it occupies a beautiful old home, furnished in the style of a well-to-do 19th-century Sousse official and his family.
History heritage
Tunis
Thuburbo majus ruins
Thuburbo majus ruins
Unlike most Roman cities, Thuburbo Majus lacks the straight streets, the rectangular outlay.
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