Tunisia

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Tunisia
  • Currency
  • Dinar/Millimes

Cities in Tunisia

  • Tunis

  • Tunis

    The centre of the North African world, Tunis was one of the most succesful trading ports of the Roman Empire. Berbers, Phoenicians, Greeks, Ottomans,...View City

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  • Language
  • Arabic, French

Tunisia

Tunisia lies between Algeria to the west and Lybia to the east. The Tunisian coastline covers some 1300 km of the Mediterranean to the north and east. Its topography is diverse, ranging from a mountainous northern region extending to the fertile Medjerda valley, and in the south a region of desert. Tunisia is a tourist friendly destination and probably one of the most "Western" of all Islamic countries. Arabic is the official language and French is a secondary language. The main industries are oil, phosphates, olives, citrus fruit and tourism. Most trade is with the European Union.


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