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  • A Journey Outbreak To Sousse

    10. December 2009

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    Experts say,   the planet is full of beautiful places that not only give us the pleasure of journey but also allow us to believe the existence of History and its greatness. Whether countries or island or a small part of land, every place has it own approach of attraction. The names will be countless but the gorgeousness can be remembered for life if one visits any of theses attractive places. The city of ‘Sousse’ is amongst them that have great historical inheritance and natural exquisiteness. A preface to Sousse If anyone is searching a better place to visit in Africa to spend an exclusive break from the day-to-day buzz word can think of ‘Sousse’ which is the third-largest city in Tunisia after Tunis and Sfax, and an exclusive place for trip in Africa and Tunisia. It is the capital  [...]

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    Carthage: The Ancient City Of Tunisia

    9. December 2009

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    The Carthage is located on the Bay of Tunis, hundred miles from the Sicily’s western tip. It is said that the city was established by Phoenicians people who fled from Tyre (now Lebanon) at somewhere around 8th or 9th century B.C., under Queen Dido’s leadership. The city has been declared as a national monument. UNESCO added Carthage’s archaeological site in the World Heritage List in the year 1979. From the pages of past Carthage was involved in continuous war from mid of third century to the mid of second century BC, the wars popularly known as Punic Wars saw Rome overpowering the Carthage. The entire region was destroyed and no human being lived thereafter. During 122 BC Roman Senate made an unsuccessful attempt to establish society in Carthage. It has been found that Julius  [...]

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    Al-Madinah (Medina In Tunis)

    8. December 2009

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    Crown of Tunis: Al-Madinah In the heart of Tunis the Capital of Tunisia we have the Al-Madinah or Medina in Tunis. The Coronet of Tunisia it is a city within a city with the essence of ancient times, culture and traditions. It brings to us the Arabic and Islamic culture and ethnicity. Still here all the customs and mores of those times are practiced. The civilization has endured to be the testimony and memorial of the far rich and colorful culture of Islam. The medina of Tunis has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. Tunis situated on Mediterranean sea gulf, behind the Lake of Tunis, the city extends with coastal plains and hills around. At the hub of city lays old Al-Medina, a dense agglomeration of passages, alleys, there traditional arts and crafts, old trade practices and intense  [...]

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    Matmata And Its Ancient Structure

    7. December 2009

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    Matmata the place of past underground dwellings and Future with Star wars. Matmata is a place when you visit you have dilemma of its ancient structure or do you see it as high tech modern scene of Star Wars. Here lays the scenic beauty of old times and also a finest example of human’s of there survival and brilliance and mastery over the construction and housing and development. Jewel in the crown of Tunisia is the village Matmata that attracts lots of tourist for the part it plays in the movie Star Wars. Also the visitors who are interested in buildings and constructions find it one of the most amazing, striking and over all spectacular form of underground dwellings of human beings. To reach Matmata you can reach Tunis Carthage International Airport and from there you have  [...]

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