The most important landmarks in Tunisia

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Zaytuna Mosque

The Zitouna Mosque is one of the most important monuments in the city of Tunis, and it is one of the most vital centers in it since 732 AD, as it includes a distinct square, and a wonderful hall dedicated to prayer (available only to Muslims), in addition to that it is distinguished by its marbled tiles And its roof, which allows visitors and tourists the opportunity to see the whole city, its sparkling lights, and its picturesque, magnificent, and attractive view.

Great Mosque of Kairouan

The Great Mosque of Kairouan, which dates back to the year 670 AD, and which covers an area of ​​10,800 square meters, represents one of the most prominent historical monuments in the oldest holy city of the Maghreb, the city of Kairouan, Tunisia, as it translates a great history, With a history spanning thousands of years, with the Arab-Islamic civilization it represents, this mosque, known as the Aqabah Mosque, is ranked fourth among the most sacred Islamic sites after Makkah Al-Mukarramah, Medina, and Jerusalem.

This mosque contains many important internal parts, such as the elegant niche, the prayer room supported by carved pillars, and the marvelous tiles with its attractive inscriptions, while its exterior appearance is an architectural masterpiece that mixes Islamic art from the early Islamic ages, and Eastern Islamic art, along with Byzantine influences , And Romanian. It should be noted that this mosque, which is located between Al-Kasaba Street and Al-Farabi Street, specifically in the historic city with walls, has a height of 32 meters, which makes it one of the highest buildings that distinguish the city.

Carthage Museum

The Carthage Museum, which represents one of the most important features of the Tunisian city of Carthage, is located on the summit of Tel Persa, specifically within a building dating back to the early period of the twentieth century, and it contains several exhibits, including two carved two sarcophagi dating back to the century Fourteenth B.C. It is worth noting that this museum was closed with the aim of renovating and restoring it in the early part of 2020, and it is still closed without mentioning a specific date for its opening again.


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