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He founded the city of Kairouan the Arabs in the year 670 AD, as it was a starting point for the conquests of North Africa and Spain, and during the ninth century it became a home to the rulers of North Africa. It built mosques, libraries, gardens and water basins, and it was a center of learning and prosperity.
The city of Sfax was built on the ruins of two Romenian cities on the east coast, as a port for transporting olive oil grown all over the Mediterranean, as markets were selling incense and leather for caravans.
The old city of Tunis
The old city is a prominent place in Tunisia, as it stretches over more than 280 hectares, and is home to more than 700 artifacts dating back to the period of the twelfth century to the sixteenth century, when Tunisia was one of the leading centers for learning and wealth in the Islamic world, It is also predominantly Islamic in its mosques, markets, and schools.
The city of Sousse
The city of Sousse is winding corridors, its houses painted white, its markets filled with ceramics, leather, in addition to the metal crafts displayed, and for quiet streets away from congestion, its houses are painted in white and blue, and it is also referred to as a suitable place for swimming and diving.
The city of Djerba
The city of Djerba is famous for its beach, and the area of Houmt Souk is the main destination for many tourists, in addition to its market is an attractive factor for tourists, and it contains many handicrafts.
The city of Sidi Bou Said
The city of Sidi Bou Said is located twenty kilometers north of the capital, Tunis. As for its size, it is a small city with a population of 6000 people. Its current name is a tribute to the Tunisian religious figure Abi Saeed Al-Baji who lived there between the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, and whose house was on a steep slope overlooking On the Mediterranean, which is the same site as the city today, and passed away in 1231 AD.