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Tunisia is an Arab country located in the north of the continent of Africa, 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. Many international organizations, such as: the World Tourism Organization, the African Bank, the International Energy Agency and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.

What is Tunisia famous for?

  • Tunisia is famous for its supervision of the sea, and its vast green area. It is known as green Tunisia, as it gives tourists the opportunity to enjoy sandy beaches and relax, as well as allow them to practice various water activities.
  • It is famous for its mountains and desert areas that can be easily moved between them, as it allows tourists to experience desert life and live desert adventures such as: safari.
  • Tunisia is famous for the beautiful folk markets that allow tourists to buy souvenirs.
  • It is characterized by making copper and engraving on it, and making glassware and drawing on it with various colors that showcases ancient Tunisian art.
  • It is characterized by its large production of grains, such as: olives, dates, wheat, and barley.
  • It is famous for its distinctive and wonderful 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, which helped tourists learn about the ancient and distinctive Tunisian civilization.
  • Exporting them to sea products, livestock, and mineral materials such as iron, phosphates, lead, and zinc, in addition to exporting oil.

Climate of Tunisia

Tunisia’s climate is characterized by its moderate climate in general, and its temperatures are variable in winter and summer, its climate is wonderful and beautiful, and the country’s geography helps greatly in attracting tourists to it, as its terrain varies between coasts, deserts and mountains, which attracts European and Arab tourists, in addition to African and Asiatic tourists, as well as interest in the tourism component in the country, as well as interest in providing tourist services, recreational places, resorts, and luxury hotels greatly helped to activate the tourism component.

Tourist attractions in Tunisia

  • Carthage Museum: It was established in the year 1875 AD, allowing tourists to see a group of archaeological artifacts dating back to the Phoenician, Punic, Islamic, African and Romen period.
  • Romen Carthage theater: It is located on the banks of the Odeon Plateau, and was built in the second century BC.
  • Zaytuna Mosque: It is one of the most important Islamic landmarks in the continent of Africa.
  • The accuracy of the archaeological site: Which is located in the regions of North Africa, and contains many Romen artifacts, and archeological and tourist sites.
  • Other parameters: Habib Bourqia Street, Ibn Khaldoun Statue, Bab Al Bahr, City Hall and Rades Bridge.

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