Kartagina – starożytne miasto w Afryce Północnej, położone na wybrzeżu Morza Śródziemnego. Założone w IX w. p.n.e. przez Fenicjan z Tyru.
The historical core of Tunis is a must see. Explore its cobblestone streets and wander beyond the main sights.
Al-Zaytuna Mosque, also known as Ez-Zitouna Mosque, and El-Zituna Mosque, is a major mosque at the center of the Medina of Tunis in Tunis,…
Katedra św. Wincentego à Paulo w Tunisie – katolicka katedra w Tunisie. Patronem jej jest św.
Port lotniczy Tunis-Kartagina – międzynarodowy port lotniczy położony w pobliżu Tunisu, w Tunezji. Jest największym portem lotniczym w kraju.
Bardo National Museum or Musée National du Bardo may refer to:
Carthage National Museum is a national museum in Byrsa, Tunisia. Along with the Bardo National Museum, it is one of the two main local…
The Carthage Amphitheatre was a Roman amphitheatre constructed in the first century CE in the city of Carthage, Tunisia.
Bab el Bhar, also known as Porte De France, is a city gate in Tunis, the capital of Tunisia.
Jezioro Tuniskie – naturalna laguna w Tunezji, między Tunisem a Zatoką Tuniską na Morzu Śródziemnym.
The Tourbet el Bey is a Tunisian royal mausoleum in the southwest of the medina of Tunis at rue Tourbet el Bey 62.It is the last resting…
This museum is dedicated to the sea life regards fish as well as birds and the geological issues. Comprehensive modern exposition.
Hammouda Pacha Mosque or Hamouda Pacha al Mouradi is a mosque in Tunis, Tunisia. It is an official historical monument.
Bab Saadoun is one of the gates of the medina of Tunis, the capital of Tunisia.
The Compagnie Tunisienne de Navigation is a Tunisian shipping line, providing regular passenger ferry connections between Tunisia and the…
Sidi Mahrez Mosque, also known as Mohamed Bey El Mouradi Mosque, is a mosque in Tunis, Tunisia. It is an official historical monument.
Hotel Majestic is a historical hotel on the Avenue de Paris in Tunis, Tunisia.
This ZOO may not be newest yet still is a pleasant place for a day out with your family. Popular for its variety of birds and monkeys.
Sadiki College, also known as Collège Sadiki, is a lycée in Tunis, Tunisia. It was established in 1875.
This serene place commemorates the sad destiny of more than 3,000 soldiers deceased in the World War II.