The ancient complex in Tunisia is one of the world’s best-preserved Roman stone ruins…
Source: Unesco World Heritage Site El Jem’s amphitheatre – in pictures
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The 3rd century structure, El Jem amphitheatre, so symbolic of Tunisia that it features on the 20-dinar note, usually receives about 190,000 visitors a year, but in 2020 only 45,000 came, and so far this year it has been deserted most of the time.
Source: Once vibrant, this Tunisia’s UNESCO World Heritage Site wears deserted look – See images
Not all roads lead to Rome. The Romans roamed far and wide, leaving impressive structures beyond the borders of Italy.
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Visiting UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Tunisia independently. How to get there by public transport, where to stay and what see at each Tunisia UNESCO site.
Source: How to visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Tunisia independently
Tunis’ medina, dating back to the seventh century, is a UNESCO World Heritage site, but locals say the area has long been neglected…
Source: Citizens step in to revive Tunis crumbling old town
Tunis is bursting with the creative energy of a generation taking full advantage of its newfound freedom of expression and fervour for preserving its heritage in unexpected ways.
Source: Why Tunis could be the new Rome
CNN Travel unveils 20 of the best places to visit in 2020, including a lesser known gem in the Caribbean, a remote island off the coast of Africa and a German town with the coolest trains.
Source: CNN Travel’s 20 best places to visit in 2020
Tunisia is an excellent option for anyone wanting a very adventurous Mediterranean holiday within just a few hours flight time from London…
Source: 10 Amazing Things to do in Tunisia
Whether it’s the north, the south, the east or the west you’re headed to, here’s Steph’s list off the 55 best things to do in Africa …
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Saber Sessi was working the night shift at a municipality vehicle depot in Carthage, Tunisia, when he signed off on five bulldozers in the early hours of July 9. Unbeknownst to him, the intended target for those bulldozers was his home. “I opened the gate, I handed [the keys] over and then I saw them drive around to my house,” said Sessi, 50, who lived beside the depot in the working-class neighborhood of Mohamed Ali, in the northern surburbs of the Tunisian capital. Sessi’s house and nine other buildings were razed…
Source: Battle of Carthage: Tunisia Demolishes Homes to Protect Ancient Site
One thousand five hundred years ago if you asked people what they did for entertainment, there would not be an awful lot to talk about. Humanity was still in the discovery phase, and much of its activity centered on exploration. In the vicinity of the 5 AD period, where much of the human civilization was…
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Tunisia tours offer the opportunity to enjoy a wonderful beach vacation and combine it with other interesting things to see and do. Tunisia will certainly provide you with sun-drenched days on the beach but it will also allow you to satisfy your cultural desires with historical sites and desert experiences. It’s a wonderful combination to …
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The largest and best-preserved Roman amphitheater in Africa was designed to seat 35,000 people.
Source: El Jem Amphitheatre