TunisiaTourismTV – The historic heart of Tunis is a unique world. From the Middle Ages to the Ottoman period, centuries of history have left many traces.
In the medina, the narrow streets are punctuated by vaulted passages. Behind magnificent doors hide palaces and monuments.
The windows are adorned with mashrabiyas or wrought iron volutes.
In the souks district, you can see all the specialties of Tunisian handicrafts such as the famous chechia (red felt hat).
Many places are decorated with earthenware tiles, once a speciality of Tunis.
The medina of Tunis has been declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO.
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