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  • 1 Ennejma Ezzahra Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    R. du 2 Mars 1934

    Sidi Bou Saïd owes its recognition and preservation to Baron d'Erlanger, a painter and music enthusiast who settled in the village in the early 20C. His palace, the Ennejma Ezzahra, is now home to the Centre of Arab and Mediterranean Music, which act..

  • 2 Antonine Baths Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Considered among the most sumptuous baths in the Roman Empire, the Antonine Baths comprise some of the most impressive ruins of Ancient Carthage. Built in the mid-2C AD, they were part of a monumental complex, which a model attempts to illustrate. Th..

  • 3 Punic Tophet Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Comprising an enclosure of steles surrounded by wild grasses, this is an extremely old Punic site of worship where barbaric rites are thought to have been carried out. It is not known what name the Carthaginians would have given to the site. The word..

  • 4 Archaeological Site and Roman Houses Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    The majority of remains from the old villas in this residential district of Roman Carthage are mosaics and sculptures, many of which are displayed in the Villa of the Aviary, which has now been converted into a museum. Built on the Odeon hill, the si..

  • 5 National Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    Colline de Byrsa

    Exhibits here include sarcophagi decorated with human figures, masks featuring grimacing faces, funerary steles, and amulets made from glass, all from the Punic period, as well as a Roman figure of Victory, busts, mosaics, amphorae etc. The national ..

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