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The Roman Colosseum Has a Twin in Tunisia: Discover the Amphitheater of El Jem, One of the Best-Preserved Roman Ruins in the World; Open Culture

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Unesco World Heritage Site El Jem’s amphitheatre – in pictures; The National

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The ancient complex in Tunisia is one of the world’s best-preserved Roman stone ruins…

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Once vibrant, this Tunisia’s UNESCO World Heritage Site wears deserted look; Financial Times

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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.

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The 10 most amazing Roman ruins (that aren’t in Italy); Ben Groundwater; Traveller

Not all roads lead to Rome. The Romans roamed far and wide, leaving impressive structures beyond the borders of Italy.

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Scenery of Amphitheatre of El Jem in Tunisia; Wang Yamei; Xinhua

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The 55 Best Things to Do in Africa; Steph; Big World Small Pockets

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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The Best Roman Amphitheaters You Can Go To For A Piece Of Ancient History; Azhar Alvi; CEOWORLD magazine

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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El Jem Amphitheatre; Nate Robert; Atlas Obscura

The largest and best-preserved Roman amphitheater in Africa was designed to seat 35,000 people.

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Six sites across the Arab world to explore on World Heritage Day; Arab News

Thursday marks World Heritage Day, so read on for some of the region’s most fascinating UNESCO-listed sites.

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Tunisia: Discovering culture and kisses in a sun-soaked land of Kaboul-mania; Carol Hunt; Independent

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‘Everyone today in Tunisia has Karboul-mania”, Carol Hunt is told as she sits and drink coffee in front of the third largest amphitheatre in the Roman world.

Source: Tunisia: Discovering culture and kisses in a sun-soaked land of Kaboul-mania

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