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Windows. Medina. Tunis . Tunisia

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The Ampitheatre of El Djem, Tunisia - the Amphitheatre of El Djem, the largest Roman building in the Maghreb, was thought to have been built in 238 AD, the Year of the Six Emperors, on the orders of the Roman proconsul Gordian. Gordian would later oppose the Emperor Maximinus Thrax and, after the joint reign of Pupienus and Balbinus, would be named Emperor Gordian III. The amphitheatre holds approximately 35, 000 spectators and is among the best preserved amphitheatres in the world. The city of El Djem, known to the Roman world as Thysdrus, began its life as a small Carthiginian colony, predominantly populated by local Berbers. Ancient Carthage dominanted much of the Mediterranean world and proved to be the greatest rival for power to a nascent Roman Republic. The Carthiginian peoples were orginially of Phonecian descent, migrating from what is now modern day Lebanon. After the fall of Carthage to Rome the town of Thrysdus, along with much of North Africa, came under Roman control. The town would be part of the Roman world for nearly 600 years until 435 AD when the Vandals, led by King Genseric I, succesfully invaded and conquered the region. Vandal rule would last for 99 years when in 534 AD Justinian I, Emperor of the Eastern Roman, or Byzantine, Empire, re-conquered much of the Maghreb. Roman control of the region would finally collapse when in 709 AD the Umayyad Caliphate established control in North Africa. #eldjem #eljem #eljemcolosseum #eljemamphitheatre #eldjemamphitheatre #tunisia #tunisia_pics #northafrica #maghreb #romanampitheatre #romanhistory #romanruins #romanruin #romanruinseverywhere #romanarchitecture #romanarchaeology #romanarcheology #romangladiator #byzantine #traveltunisia #tunisiatravel #visittunisia #visittunisia🇹🇳 at El Djem, Al Mahdiyah, Tunisia

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..{ كل صخرة هي حرف وكل بحيرة هي عبارة وكل مدينة هي وقفة، فوق كل مقطع وفوق كل صفحة لي هناك دائما شيء من ظلال السحب أو زبد البحر..} هذه المقولة لفيكتور هيجو تعني لي الكثير، ما في الصورة ليس مجرّد أحجار و باب و بحر و مدينة.. بل تاريخ و أصالة و جمال و حنين.. ✨ . . . . . . . . . . . . . #bizerte #tunisia #tunisiapics #tunisian #beautifulplaces #vieuxportbizerte #bizerte🇹🇳 #hometown # #iphonegraphy #photography📷 #photographylovers #beauty #old #oldisgold #historic #culture at Les Andalous, Banzart, Tunisia

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. • One of the national treats of Tunisia-mint tea with almond nuts. . • According to legend, a spice and nut merchant from Northern Tunisia came to drink a Cup of tea in a coffee shop. . • Thinking about it, he threw a handful of nuts into the Cup he had in his pocket. . • Surprised by the unusually pleasant taste, he decided to continue to use this recipe. . ❗️In any case, and now it is considered a huge omission to visit Tunisia, not to try this wonderful drink. ☕️☕️☕️ . .................................................................................... #tunisia #sousse #medina #tea #minttea #almond #caffe #travel #trip #africa #travelblogger #crockery #arhitecture #travelgram #traveller #instatravel #wood #followme #beutiful #amazing #nature #beutifulplace #picoftheday #traveltheworld #jullie_etta #tunisie🇹🇳 #tunisia_tourism #visittunisia #tunisia_pics #discovertunisia at Sousse Medina, Sousse

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. • Medieval Arab Medina, which in the IX century was built by the Aghlabids. • Medina is a city within a city. With their residential neighborhoods, similar to anthills, in which many,many,many small houses. . • There are also shopping streets, markets and bazaars where you can buy almost anything you want. . .................................................................................... #tunisia #sousse #medina #streetart #bazaar #shopping #art #travel #trip #africa #journey #travelblogger #arhitecture #travelgram #traveller #instatravel #wood #followme #beutiful #amazing #nature #beutifulplace #picoftheday #traveltheworld #jullie_etta #tunisie🇹🇳 #tunisia_tourism #visittunisia #tunisia_pics #discovertunisia at Sousse Medina, Sousse

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