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Romen civilization

The Romen civilization is considered one of the important civilizations that gained control over many countries, especially those that overlook the Mediterranean Sea. Among these countries is the green Tunisia, which embraces the ancient city of Nabeul, which was considered a Romen colony. Nabeul preserved the originality of its customs and cultural heritage, and today it is related to the originality and honor of the Tunisian ceramics industry.

The city of Nabeul

The city of Nabeul is located in the northeast of Tunisia, on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, and is seventy kilometers from the capital, Tunis. This city has preserved its name from the days of the Romen era, which was called Neapolis, which is the new city or a little paradise according to what he called European travelers, and it is also called Prefra Africa, which is An important destination for the rich and famous because of its charming location overlooking the sea and the green nature that is decorated with palm trees.

The most famous of Nabeul

Napoleonic ceramics

Ceramics industry is one of the old traditional crafts that the people of Nabeul have preserved for thousands of years, and therefore it is a traditional heritage inherited by generations and preserved. Nabeul was known as the city of ceramics because of the abundance and production of porcelain and pottery, and Nablus porcelain is the best quality in the world, and it must be on the tourist When visiting this city to shop and buy one of the pieces of pottery, which are made in different colors, shapes and sizes, the visitor can choose according to his taste.

The bathrooms

The baths located in Nabeul are sixty kilometers east of the capital, and Nabeul is famous for the hot mineral water that visitors intend to recover from skin diseases, and as a result the city is famous for the restaurants and hotels that meet the visitor’s need.

Historic monuments and civilizational landmarks

Among the most prominent monuments in it are the ancient Nabeul, which includes the archaeological site of the Romen Neapolis. Romen ruins are present in the city for those looking for history, as well as the relics of the Andalusians, and the regional archaeological museum can be seen, and the memorial of the martyrs is located in the Martyrs Square in Al-Mahfar, Nuri and Sabbath mosques, shrines, and markets. Commercial as the Bulgarian market and the gold market.

Traditional crafts

Besides the pottery industry, there are other crafts that Nabeul donated, which is the manufacture of mats, which are made from smar, and making mats in various colors and for floor mats, and also the manufacture of copper, which is increasingly in demand as one of the most important tools of the bride’s apparatus, and the embroidery that Tunisians keep in the occasion of weddings and preparing the bride , And distillate the flower to make rose water, which is extracted from the flower of bitter orange, as well as to make perfumes.

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