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Topic : Travel
Last Updated : 2020-10-25 15:45:26
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Tunisia, located in North Africa, is a favorite tourist attraction that welcomes holidaymakers from all over the world. What makes Tunisia so popular - This can be a stretch of the Mediterranean coastline or a selection of well-preserved Roman ruins, the ability to ride camels in the Sahara Desert, or hiking in the mountains. Here are some interesting facts about Tunisia you might not know.

Fact 1 - There are 17 national parks in the country. Ichkeul National Park is indeed an aid to witness the mass migration of birds. Thousands of flamingos, ducks, geese, and cranes stop in this park during this stay.

Fact 2 - The country wants equality in the enjoyment of rights between men and women. The country allows women to inherit the land from their parents. Additionally, children can obtain both nationality and family names from their mothers.

Fact 3 - El Jem is one of the oldest yet most well-preserved Roman ruins in the world. It was established in 238 AD when present-day Tunisia was a section of the Roman territory of Africa. Built for spectator events, El Gem has a capacity of 35,000 people. The building is one of the most immeasurable Roman architecture in the world.

Fact 4 - In most Western cultures, people wear dark clothing for funerals. However, in nations such as South Africa, Ghana, and Tunisia, the red hue is a representation of grieving. Other countries have diverse practices. For example, in Thailand, Myanmar, and Iran, the mourning colors are purple, yellow, and blue, respectively.

Fact 5 - Mount Jebel Chambi is the largest mountain in Tunisia. It is 5,066 feet high, and its physical location is in Karen, Tunisia. The mountain is covered with a pine forest. It is also a part of Chambi National Park. Unfortunately, this beautiful mountain has become a destination for terrorists. Consequently, Algerian and Tunisian forces are in the process of inventing strategies to deal with this situation.

Conclusion - Tunis is a beautiful city famous for its warm and spectacular weather. It is a land of great ancient architecture that blends Arabic, Italian, and French artistic creations. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, most of which has fountains, monuments, mosques, madrasas, and also mansions buildings.

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