Tunisian has a very long history. The Greeks claim the country was founded by the mythical Dido. That’s how old the country is. For a history chaser, you get to explore several popular historical sites throughout the country. Eight of the actual historical places in Tunisia are listed under the UNESCO World Heritage.
Suggested Read: UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Tunisia
From the ruins of Carthage, amazing Roman temples, oldest synagogue in Africa, Islamic palaces and mosques, and to Ottoman fortresses. There is absolutely a lot to see and discover.
Photos of Tunisia Historical Places
A set of our favorite historical places in Tunisia, in no particular order. Enjoy!
Sidi Bou Said
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Lake of Ichkeul
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