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Outside The Walls

The beige walls are the walls of the old fort, which protected the old city (the medina).
A Pretty Slice Of North Africa

April 23rd 2019
There’s something enchanting about the narrow alleys of a windswept North African medina. For most people, such a description evokes images of Morocco - but I can tell you that Tunisia also deserves to be visualised in the in the same way. Hammamet, the last stop of my week long journey around the country, seemed pretty busy on arrival, not quite the relaxing, beach resort town that I was expec ... read more
Africa » Tunisia » Hammamet

Tunisian Flag Following independence from France in 1956, President Habib BOURGUIBA established a strict one-party state. He dominated the country for 31 years, repressing Islamic fundamentalism and establishing rights for women unmatched by any other Arab nation.... ... read more
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30th May 2019

What a beauty.
I have posted this in TB's 'Follow that Road' thread in the Photography Forum. Did you follow that road? Quite evocative.
30th May 2019

Did I follow that road?
Haha, I didn't, actually! I walked through the medina to get to the other side.

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