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Fotos antiguas de Túnez.

Fotos antiguas de Túnez.

Traditional Clothes <3 Tunisia

Traditional Clothes <3 Tunisia

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Jewish woman from Tunis.

Antique fragrant necklace from Tunisia. These are called "Skhab" and were worn by urban women around a century ago.

Ancient Carthage, Tunisia, was the centre of the Carthaginian Empire in antiquity. The city has existed for nearly 3,000 years, developing from a Phoenician colony of the 1st millennium BC.  The first civilization that developed is referred to as Punic (a form of the word "Phoenician") or Carthaginian. According to Greek historians, Carthage was founded by Phoenician colonists from Tyre under the leadership of Elissa. It became a large and rich city and thus a major power in the…

Ancient Carthage, Tunisia, was the centre of the Carthaginian Empire in antiquity. Destroyed by Romans in 146 BC it was refounded by Julius Caesar 100 years later as a Roman colony.

Kairouan: La Porte de Tunis

Kairouan: La Porte de Tunis

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Civilization, Traditional, Outfit

Hammam Essouk sur la place Rahba. Juste en dessous de la fontaine, une très belle porte indique le Hammam Essouk. Ce hammam utilisait l’eau distribuée par le réseau municipal, ce qui explique son installation juste à côté de la fontaine.

Hammam Essouk sur la place Rahba. Juste en dessous de la fontaine, une très belle porte indique le Hammam Essouk. Ce hammam utilisait l’eau distribuée par le réseau municipal, ce qui explique son installation juste à côté de la fontaine.

Tunisian Jews

Tunisia, Another Vanishing Jewish Community in the Moslem World --We Uncover Pictures of One Family in Three Different Collections

Ma Tunisie: La Marsa Plage-Hôtel Zephyr-La Terrasse

Ma Tunisie: La Marsa Plage-Hôtel Zephyr-La Terrasse

Rabbis at the entrance of El Ghriba synagogue, Tunisia, 1940's. Beit Hatfutsot

Rabbis at the entrance of El Ghriba synagogue Djerba, Tunisia,

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