Description of an archaeological site in Tunisia

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El Jem Coliseum

The El Jem Amphitheater is the largest masterpiece of the Colosseum in North Africa and it is a huge amphitheater capable of accommodating more than 35,000 people. The amphitheater of the theater dates back to the third century of the Roman Empire, and contains a statue built in the heart of Tunisia, which stands on flat ground supported by complex arches, and this statue is characterized by Roman architecture Polished with the Corinthian style, this structure is considered clear for Roman propaganda. The interior of the structure contains the wall of the podium, the square and the underground corridors. The site was listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site in 1979 AD.

The archaeological site of Carthage

The city of Carthage was established in the ninth century BC and is located on the Gulf of Tunis, and this city has developed into a large commercial empire that covers much of the Mediterranean and is home to a wonderful civilization. This city was established by the Phoenicians and is considered a vast archaeological site located on a hill and surrounded by a plain, Carthage was also considered a city of the Punic civilization in Africa and the capital of the province in the Roman era. The city was destroyed by Rome and then rebuilt by the Romans on the ruins of the ancient city, in addition to that the city retained its historical monuments due to restoration and maintenance that took place over the age N which are in line with international conventions and standards that do not cause damage to the health effects.

Historical accuracy site

Dougga site is considered one of the magnificent Roman ruins located in northern Tunisia on an area of ​​0.56 km2, and it is originally considered a barbarian fortified village where the name Thugga means pastures, and this site is also considered as the headquarters of King Numidian Masinissa in the second century BC. The city was occupied by the Romans, then by the Byzantines, then by Vandal, meaning the saboteurs of a Germanic tribe. This site is also considered a UNESCO site and has been well preserved. This site contains a theater and a capitol, and the site is located on the side of a hill overlooking the mountains and corn fields .

Kairouan

The city of Kairouan was founded in the year 670 and flourished under the Aghlabid dynasty in the ninth century, and despite the transfer of the political capital to Tunisia in the twelfth century, Kairouan remained the main holy city in Morocco as a whole. Examples of the city’s architectural heritage include the Great Mosque that contains marble columns, and a mosque The three chapters dating back to the ninth century.

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