What is Tunisia famous for?
Tunisia is an Arab country located in the north of the continent of Africa, and it is officially known as the Tunisian Republic, and its capital is the city of Tunis, with an area of about 163,610 km2, and a population of 10,982,754 people according to the statistics of the year 2014 AD, and the system of government in it is a parliamentary republic, and its official currency is the Tunisian dinar, and Tunisia belongs To many international organizations, such as: the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the World Tourism Organization, the African Development Bank, the International Energy Agency, and the International Maritime Organization.
Climate of Tunisia
Tunisia is distinguished by its diverse climate between the desert climate in the southern regions, the moderate Mediterranean climate in the eastern and northern coast, and the continental climate in the center.
What is Tunisia famous for?
- It is famous for its distinctive and remarkable cities, which are considered one of the most beautiful cities in the continent of Africa, and many of its cities still retain the Tunisian customs, the traditional and the traditional nature, allowing tourists the opportunity to get acquainted with the ancient Tunisian civilization.
- It is famous for its supervision of the sea, and its vast green area; it is known as the green Tunisia, which allows tourists to relax and enjoy the sandy beaches, and also allows them to practice various water activities.
- It is famous for its mountains and desert areas that can be easily moved between, allowing tourists to experience desert life and live desert adventures, such as: safari on the back of camels.
- It is famous for its beautiful folk markets, which allow tourists to buy souvenirs.
- It is famous for making copper and engraving on it, and for making glassware and painting on it with different colors that highlight the ancient Tunisian art.
- It is famous for its production of grains, such as: barley, wheat, olives and dates.
- It is famous for exporting sea products, livestock, and mineral resources; such as phosphates, iron, lead, zinc, and export of oil.
Tourist attractions in Tunisia
- Zaytuna Mosque: It is considered one of the most important Islamic landmarks in the continent of Africa.
- Romen Carthage theater: It is located on the banks of the Odeon Plateau, and was built at the beginning of the second century BC.
- St. Vincent de Pau Cathedral: It is located in Independence Square, and was built in 1893 AD. It is considered a basic church for the Romen Catholic community in Tunisia.
- Ras Raml Island: Known as the pink flamingo island.
- Carthage Museum: Built in the year 1875 AD, it allows tourists to see a group of archaeological artifacts dating back to the Phoenician, Punic, Islamic, and Romen African period.
- Accurate archaeological site: It is located in the North African regions, and contains many Romen artifacts, and archeological and touristic sites.
- Romen Carthage theater: Built at the beginning of the second century BC on the banks of the Odeon Plateau, it is characterized by its semicircular runways and crowned columns made of frilled marble.
- Other parameters: Bardo Museum, Rades Bridge, Habib Bourguiba Street, Ibn Khaldoun Statue, Bab Al Bahr, Kasbah Square, and the Palace of the Municipal.