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Look at 22m04s... It's FORBIDDEN to take pictures of Interior Minister :-( Why? Nice City, Friendly People, Nice Avenue, but... take care about secret police ;-) Regardez à 22m04s ... Il est INTERDIT de prendre des photos du ministère de l'intérieur :-( Pourquoi? Magnifique ville, Tunisiens chaleureux, Superbe Avenue Bourguiba, mais faites attention à la police secrete ;-)
My tips for travellers video tour of the old town in Tunis. The Medina has a market in narrow streets that are easy to get lost in. Great market with lots to see, and great craft items to buy. I filmed this on the maiden port call of the MSC Preziosa to Tunis. For more visit http:/www.tipsfortravellers.com/msc , http://www.facebook.com/tipsfortravellers and follow me on twitter http://www.twitter.com/garybembridge . Music creative commons licence Music: "Sunset" by Evgeny Grinko http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Evgeny_Grinko/
Uskoro nov serijal Razglednica - Tunis. Jedan kratki segment da zaigramo maštu.
Travel video about destination Tunis in Tunisia. Tunis is the capital of Tunisia and this 'Paris' of North Africa is a metropolis with a long history. In the centre of the medina, the domed roof of the souk encircles the Olive-Tree Mosque, the spiritual centre of the old town. The central market district dates back to the Hafsid and Early Christian period. Here, there's something for everyone, many of the goods being skillfully crafted under the watchful eye of prospective purchasers. While strolling through the markets, it's like being part of an Arabian fairy-tale with all the magic of the One Thousand and One Nights. The tall, octagonal minaret of the Sidi Youssef Dey Mosque is an example of Tunisia's earliest Syric building design and opposite is the Dar-el-Bey, former palace of th...
Travel video about destination Tunis in Tunisia. Tunis is the capital of Tunisia and the political, commercial and cultural centre of the country: the Paris of North Africa and a metropolis with a long history. The centre of the city is the Medina, the Arabic old town. Surrounded by the market streets of the souks towers the large mosque of El Zitouna. Apart from the Sidi Oqba of Kairouan, this noble building is the most important religious sanctuary in Tunisia. The central market quarter dates back to the Hafsidic and Early Christian period and the leisurely ambience of the Moorish coffee houses still exists today. The tall, octagonal minaret of the Sidi Youssef Mosque is the earliest Syric building style in Tunisia. Next to the mosque are the securely guarded government buildings that in...
Nestled within the sprawling modern city of Tunis, the Medina, the historical urban center dating back to the 7th century, evokes the Arab world's rich past. After decades of decay in the 20th century, changes in the country are also changing the Medina. Jeffrey Brown meets a new generation of Tunisians who are working to transform it into a vital cultural destination once more.
Tuesday 31th July 2012 We checked into the very central Carlton Hotel, with a balcony overlooking the avenue. Wednesday !st August 2012 We explored the medina, but a lot was closed due to Ramadan. You can see our review of Carlton Hotel (and a response from the manager) here: http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g293758-d310945-Reviews-Carlton_Hotel_Tunis-Tunis_Tunis_Governorate.html#REVIEWS For more information about our stay in Tunis: http://raymondtravel.wetpaint.com/page/Tunis