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JANE NABUL MARKET TUNISIA
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/
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 ;-)
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Bizerte: Traditional Quarters Of Tunisia, Lovely Markets And Great Attractions, Tour Of Bizerta Bizerte is located in the north of Tunisia, approx. 65km north of Tunis. It is the the largest city north of the capital. Bizerte is not on the tourist track so you may actually have a chance to see some real Tunisia here. The main other reasons to come here are the unspoiled traditional quarter of the old port and the presence of a couple of good beaches in the area. The main draw in the old medina is the enormous kasbah. With its massive walls it looks out over the northern side of the entrance to the old harbour. Originally a Byzantine fort built in the 6th century AD, the present fort was built by the Ottomans in the 17th century. There is also a smaller fort called ksibah, which actually ...
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A walk through the market in the medina (old city) of Tunis, Tunisia.
Jerry Sorkin recently returned from living in Tunisia for more than six years. He returns often. He has been honored six times by Conde Nast Traveler Magazine with their coveted "Top Travel Specialist" award for Tunisia. Here, we find him shopping at the Tunis Central Market for cheese and olives.
A 'sit-in' demonstration in a Tunis market continued for a tenth day as two more ministers abandoned Tunisia's interim government after a series of departures led by the prime minister following mounting protests against the struggling six-week-old administration. Duration: 00:50.
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