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Hammamet
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Hammamet

Hammamet is a Tunisian city on the shores of the Mediterranean, located about 60 km from Tunis, the capital of the country. It is a quiet and walled city, preserving the charm of an Arab medieval medina, with labyrinths and narrow streets.

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Kasbah of Hammamet

The kasbah of Hammamet was built in the 9th century to defend the city itself from invasions by other civilizations. Today it is a museum worth visiting to learn about the prolific history of this city.

Tunis
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Tunis (capital)

Tunis is the extensive capital of the eponymous country, in the north of Africa. It is located next to Lake Tunis, within the Gulf of Tunis, in the Mediterranean Sea. It hosts a centennial medina and the Bardo, an archaeological museum located in a 15th-century palace complex where famous Roman mosaics are exhibited. The ruins of ancient Carthage are found in the residential suburbs in the north of the city.

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Medina of Tunis

The Medina of Tunis was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979. The medina is the center of the city of Tunis: a group of narrow streets and covered passageways, full of dense smells and colors, bustling and active centers of trade and barter. It is built on a hill that gently slopes down to the Behira Lagoon to the east.

Susa
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Susa

The city of Sousse, capital of the governorate of Sousse, is located on the east coast of Tunisia, 140 km south of the city of Tunis, and has 206,413 inhabitants. It is bathed by the Mediterranean Sea and the Gulf of Hammamet. Sousse was called Hadrumetum during the Punic era.

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Medina de Susa

The Medina of Sousse is a Tunisian medina in the historic heart of Sousse. It was inscribed in 1988 on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The city of Sousse is considered to be a typical example of the first cities of the Islamic conquest of the Maghreb. It thus preserves the kasbah (fortification), the Great Mosque, the ribat, and the Bu Ftata Mosque, a military and religious building.