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  1. The Politicisation Of Islam: A Case Study Of Tunisia (State, culture & society in Arab North Africa) by Mohamed Elhachmi Hamdi, 2000-12-13
  2. Tunisia (Cultures of the World) by Roslind Varghese Brown, Michael Spilling, 2008-09
  3. Tunisia- Culture Smart!: the essential guide to customs & culture by Gerald Zarr, 2009-03-24
  4. Development and Disenchantment in Rural Tunisia: The Bourguiba Years (State Culture, and Society in Arab North Africa) by Mira Zussman, 1992-05
  5. TUNISIA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by NICHOLAS S. HOPKINS, 2001
  6. Tunisian Culture: Culture of Tunisia, Snake Charming, Tunisian Cuisine, Ala Khallidi, National Theatre of Tunisia, National Library of Tunisia
  7. La culture de la dignite et le flou de l'organisation: Culture et comportement organisationnel, schema theorique, et application au cas tunisien (French Edition) by Riadh Zghal, 1994
  8. Executive Report on Strategies in Tunisia, 2000 edition (Strategic Planning Series) by Tunisia Research Group, The Tunisia Research Group, 2000-11-02
  9. Four music cultures: Tradition and change in Tanzania, Tunisia, Sweden and Trinidad : English summary of Fyra musikkulturer : tradition och förändring i Tanzania, Tunisien, Sverige och Trinidad by Krister Malm, 1981
  10. Tunisia. Terra de cultures. Land of cultures by unknown, 2003
  11. Peace Corps Tunisia : the legacy, 1962-1966 (SuDoc PE 1.2:T 83) by U.S. Postal Service, 1997
  12. North Africa: Nation, State and Region (Routledge/Soas Contemporary Politics and Culture in the Middle East Series) by E. G. H. Joffe, 1993-04-19
  13. Political Ascent: Contemporary Islamic Movements In North Africa (Westview Series on State, Culture & Society in Arab North Africa) by Emad Eldin Shahin, 1998-11-13
  14. Sidi Bou Sa'id, Tunisia: A Study in Structure and Form by Besim Selim Hakim, 1978-08

1. Kilima.com: Tunisia: Tunisia - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide To Customs &
Tunisia Culture Smart! the essential guide to customs culture - General - Tunisia - Kilima.com is an international online guide featuring Art, Film, History, Literature
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2. Tunisia Culture History And Archaeology
Tunisia Culture History and Archaeology Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of Tunisia.
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    Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of Tunisia.
    Scenes from Paradise: Jewish Roman Mosaics from Tunisia
    Photo essay on Jewish mosaics from the Roman town of Hamman Lif. Photos by the Brooklyn Museum.
    Das Thugga Projekt
    University of Freiberg, occupation about 150 km southwest of Tunis, Punic through Byzantine period. Limited discussion, with a few pictures, German. zSB(3,3)
    Roman Africa
    A 2001 article in The Atlantic on parallels between the Roman past and present Tunisia.
    Carthage
    Carthage was a Phoenician colony located in what is now the country of Tunisia about 15 kilometers from the capital city of Tunis. Free Archaeology Newsletter! Sign Up if(zSbL<1)zSbL=3;zSB(2);zSbL=0
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    3. Tunisia Culture
    Tunisia culture, Phoenician, Roman, Vandals, Byzantines, Turks, Spanish and French, Museums, Mosaics, Festivals.
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    A n ideal climate, a long and gentle seacoast, Tunisia , the northernmost country of Africa has for over 3000 years witnessed the passage of Phoenicians, Romans, Vandals, Byzantines, Turks, Spanish and French. They came as fugitive s or adventurers, to conquer or to claim, warriors and missionaries, traders and farmers each leaving a part of their story in stone or mosaics , on hills of Carthage and the threshold of the Sahara.
    This heritage, Tunisia's greatest wealth has been held in trust and preserved in hundreds of sites and museums from the small Punic museum in Utica to the vast collections of the prestigious National Museum of Bardo . Most Museums are closed on Mondays, whereas many on-site archeological museums and ruins are open all week. An entrance fee is usually charged and a caretaker will often act as guide.
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    4. Tunisia Culture And Heritage
    Mediterranean and Saharan cultural discovery of Tunisia. Cultural icons Archeological sites from Phoenician to Roman, Byzantine, Arabic, Ottoman and European; m dinas, mosques
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    Archeological sites
    from Phoenician to Roman, Byzantine, Arabic, Ottoman and European; mdinas, mosques; long-lived arts and popular traditions; artistic events; craft industry; music and songs of the traditional and popular registers.
    T unisia has as many sites declared humanity inheritance as Greece. Our People
    A synthesis of various civilizations, Carthage and Rome to mention only the most prestigious ones, Tunisia has always been distinguished by intense cultural activity.
    B erber, Arab, African and European influences have shaped the Tunisian cultural identity.
    Our Music
    T unisian music is very diverse and has been influenced by Andalusian, Turkish and Arabic rhythms. Arabic classical music, Malouf can be heard in the old palaces or in cafes in the street while classical music resounds in the St Louis cathedral of Carthage converted into the Acropolium or in the Roman coliseum of El Djem.
    I n Sidi Bou Said, you can hear the creation of contemporary Tunisian masters while in Tabarka during the festival, you can enjoy jazz and music of the world (listen to music played in the festival of Tabarka).

    5. Culture Of Tunisia - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    The Culture of Tunisia is a product of more than three thousand years of history and an important multiethnic influx. Ancient Tunisia was a major civilization crossing through
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    Culture of Tunisia
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search The National Foundation, Beit El-Hikma, Tunis-Carthage Reconstruction of a traditional steam bath The Culture of Tunisia is a product of more than three thousand years of history and an important multi-ethnic influx. Ancient Tunisia was a major civilization crossing through history; different cultures, civilizations and multiple successive dynasties contributed to the culture of the country over centuries with a varying degrees of influence. Among these cultures were the Carthaginian - their native civilization, Roman Vandal Jewish Christian ... Turkish , and French , in addition to native Berbers . This unique mixture of cultures made Tunisia , with its strategic geographical location in the Mediterranean, the core of some great civilizations of Mare Nostrum The history of Tunisia reveals this rich past where different successive Mediterranean cultures had a strong presence. After the Carthaginian Republic , the Roman Empire came and left a lasting effect on the land with various monuments and cities such the El-Jem Amphitheater and the archaeological site of the ancient city of Carthage , which is classified as a world heritage site . El Jem is just one of seven world heritage sites found in Tunisia.

    6. Tunisia Music
    Tunisia Culture Music Tunisia Music Tunisia Music has earned a popularity among a wide audience base. Music of Tunisia
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    Tunisia Music has earned a popularity among a wide audience base. Music of Tunisia is well known in the world for a particular kind of music known as Malouf. This genre of Tunisian music bears similarities to the types of music prevalent in other North African countries.
    Malouf has evolved through generations and the contemporary form of this music has its own distinctive traits. However, the origin of this music can be traced back to Portugal and Spain. It is said that it was the Spanish rule that led to the introduction of malouf in Tunisia.
    Ud also referred to as ouds is a popular musical instrument played in Tunisia. Oud is basically a lute of Arabic origin. Most of the ouds in Tunisia are now made in factories. The number of craftsmen making the instrument has considerably reduced in number.
    There are a host of renowned Tunisian vocalists and musicians who have made significant contribution in the development of music in Tunisia . Sahila, Ali Riahi, Neema, Anaour Brahem, Samia, Raksh and Amina are some of the well known Tunisian artists. In the present century, Tunisia has witnessed the rise of music of alternative genres. Aspirine and Neshez are two music groups of Tunisia who have become famous.

    7. Tunisia Culture | IExplore
    Tunisia is a Muslim country and visitors should respect the local sensibilities, especially during the month of Ramadan. Visitors, and women in particular, should dress modestly
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    9. Culture Of Tunisia - Traditional, History, People, Clothing
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    10. WorldRover - Culture Of Tunisia
    Country Studies The Library of Congress - Online series containing studies of 91 countries. Tunisia Culture Tunisia History; People and Stats
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    Culture of Tunisia
    Welcome to WorldRover's listing of country history and culture for Tunisia. Check out the links below to find more information on the people and history of a country. On the right you can also find flag clip art and maps available for free download. Embassy information is also available for a number of countries around the world, however, please confirm all information. We hope to add additional links regarding the culture of Tunisia as they become available. If you have a site or know of a site that should be added, please let us know. Thanks for visiting WorldRover's history, people, and culture site.
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  • 11. Tunisia: Language, Culture, Customs And Etiquette
    Guide to Tunisian culture, customs, society, language, etiquette, manners and protocol
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    Tunisia - Language, Customs, Culture and Etiquette
    Facts and Statistics Location : Northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Algeria and Libya Capital: Tunis Climate: temperate in north with mild, rainy winters and hot, dry summers; desert in south Population: 9,974,722 (July 2004 est.) Ethnic Make-up: Arab 98%, European 1%, Jewish and other 1% Religions: Muslim 98%, Christian 1%, Jewish and other 1% Government: republic The Language Arabic ,is the official language, and while some businessmen speak English, Italian or German French is usually the language of commerce. French is less apt to be understood in the far south. English and German are also spoken in major cities. Why not learn some useful Arabic phrases or French phrases Islam Islam is practised by the majority of Tunisians and governs their personal, political, economic and legal lives. Islam emanated from what is today Saudi Arabia. The Prophet Muhammad is seen as the last of God?s emissaries (following in the footsteps of Jesus, Moses, Abraham, etc) to bring revelation to mankind. He was distinguished with bringing a message for the whole of mankind, rather than just to a certain peoples. As Moses brought the Torah and Jesus the Bible, Muhammad brought the last book, the Quran. The Quran and the actions of the Prophet (the Sunnah) are used as the basis for all guidance in the religion. Among certain obligations for Muslims are to pray five times a day - at dawn, noon, afternoon, sunset, and evening. The exact time is listed in the local newspaper each day. Friday is the Muslim holy day so many men will go for afternoon prayers but unlike many Muslim countries the weekend is still Saturday and Sunday.

    12. Tunisia - Culture Of Tunisia
    A selection of articles related to Tunisia Culture of Tunisia Tunisia - Culture of Tunisia A Wisdom Archive on Tunisia - Culture of Tunisia
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    13. Tunisia - Culture, Customs & Etiquette
    Guide to travel, doing business, and studying in Tunisia culture, greetings, gestures, etiquette, taboos, negotiations, gift-giving, and more.
    http://www.culturecrossing.net/basics_business_student.php?id=207

    14. Citydigest.net - Welcome To The World
    Tunisia Culture The Berbers were the original inhabitants of Tunisia, but waves
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    CITYDIGEST.NET Welcome to the World Advertise T ext Version National Flag Introduction History Culture Events Travel Vacations Currency ... Africa Culture The Berbers were the original inhabitants of Tunisia, but waves of immigration over the centuries have brought Phoenicians, Jews, Romans, Vandals and Arabs. There was a major influx of Spanish Muslims in the 17th century, and the Ottoman Turks have also added their bit to the great ethnic mix. Islam is the state religion. Although while there has been a definite resurgence of religious adherence, particularly among the young and unemployed, the country remains fairly liberal. A small Jewish community practices in Tunis and on the island of Jerba, and there are also about 20,000 Roman Catholics. Thanks largely to the efforts of the secular, socialist former president, Habib Bourguiba, conditions for women in Tunisia are better than just about anywhere in the Islamic world - to western eyes, at least. Bourguiba outlawed polygamy and divorce by renunciation, and also placed limits on the tradition of arranging marriages, setting a minimum marriage age of 17 for girls and giving them the right to refuse a proposed marriage. His calling the veil 'an odious rag' led to its present state of scarcity.

    15. Tunisia Culture
    Tunisia Culture is full of diversity. The country has witnessed the passage of several civilizations for over 3000 years. The ideal climatic condition and the long quiet coastline
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    Tunisia Culture is full of diversity. The country has witnessed the passage of several civilizations for over 3000 years. The ideal climatic condition and the long quiet coastline have attracted invaders to come and settle down in this place. Tunisia had been ruled by the Romans, Byzantines, Spanish, French, Turks, Vandals and Phoenicians. Thus the Tunisia Culture consists of the influences of these civilizations.
    Tunisia Religion
    99% of the total population of Tunisia is of Islamic religion. They are huge believer of their religion. The "Zeitouna Mosque", one of the four holy Islamic places is situated in the city of Kairouan . Hundreds of mosques are located all over the country. There are several internationally recognized institutions for religious learning. A small minority of Christian and Jews resides in Tunisia.
    Food in Tunisia
    Food is an integrated part of Tunisia Culture . The unique Tunisian cuisine is a combination of Mediterranean and Middle East flavor. Tunisia snacks are very popular among the tourists as well as the natives. A wide variety of sea foods are served in all the restaurants. Chorba, Mloukhia and Koucha are very popular main course items of Tunisia.

    16. Culture Tours And Vacations In Tunisia
    Culture tours in Tunisia We have compiled a list of culture tours in Tunisia. If you are interested in any of these culture tours, please contact the operator directly with
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    Tunisia Culture Tours We have compiled a list of culture tours in Tunisia. If you are interested in any of these culture tours, please contact the operator directly with any questions for ordering free brochures or booking. The list is updated frequently so visit often. Picture Name Highlight Price Tunis for cruise ship passengers
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    This Medina day tour is a perfect combination of the Tunis old city sightseeing tour, shopping in famous Tunisian bazaars and attending an exposition of Berber carpets. USD 455 Per person Tunis-Thuburbu MajusZaghouan-Hammamet-Tunis 10% off.
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    A sightseeing day tour in Tunisia. This tour combines history and local culture to bring you closer to the Tunisian people. USD 535 Per person Culture and Sun of Tunisia Combined Tour 10% off.
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    This is done visit Tunisia substantive branch circuit. It in-depth archaeological sites and you will discover the charms of landscapes green North and the Sahara desert. EUR 1000 - 1700 Per person Ecological Tunisia 10% off.

    17. Culture | Tunisia.com
    Tunisian Culture Pages. In this section you will find information regarding Tunisian culture and the way of life in Tunisia, including sport, food, religion, history and more.
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    18. Tunisia Culture
    Travel Document Systems; Passport and Visa Services. This is the site for the latest Travel Information and the most complete collection of online Visa Applications on the web.
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    CULTURE ART GALLERIES
    There are presently about 50 art Galleries hosting all kinds of exhibitions by international and Tunisian artists. Among these galleries, the "House of Live Arts" in Belvedere-Tunis, the "Galerie Yahia" in Tunis, the "Galerie Essaadi" in Carthage, the "Galeries Cherif Fine Arts and Ammar Farhat" in Sidi Bou Said, the "Espace Ken" in Bouficha, the "Espace Mille-Feuille" in La Marsa and the "Galerie la Kasbah" in Sfax. CINEMA
    The Carthage international film festival, created in 1962, is held every two years. It is also in Tunisia that the Federation of African Film Directors was born in 1970. Tunisian cinema, though relatively young, is a very rich and diversified form of artistic expression. Productions include most genres (action films, social exposes, dramas, political essays, etc.). Films, like Ferid Boughedir's "Halfaouine", and Moufida Tlatli's "The Silences of the Palace" have won international acclaim. Tunisia is increasing the shooting location for major international film productions. Recently shot fims include Star Wars and The English Patient.

    19. Tantalizing Tunisia: Culture, Quality, And Cost Control | Www.yachtworld.com
    Because of its good facilities, security and attractive prices, this North African country has become a popular wintering place, especially with owners of boats who wish to avoid
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      Tantalizing Tunisia: Culture, Quality, and Cost Control
      Because of its good facilities, security and attractive prices, this North African country has become a popular wintering place, especially with owners of boats who wish to avoid spending too long in the EU.
      By comparison with the northern Mediterranean, marinas in Tunisia seem able to offer similar services at a fraction of the cost, particularly on berths. With a huge shortage of marina berths in the Mediterranean today, and those that are available sometimes setting you back more than the yacht itself, it is no surprise that yachtsmen are looking further afield. Step forward the northern coast of Africa as an alternative cruising area and destination for winterisation or repair. By comparison with the northern Mediterranean, marinas in Tunisia seem able to offer similar services at a fraction of the cost, particularly on berths. In some French marinas where the cost of a berth can fetch €1 million a year, a similar size yacht berthed in Yasmine Hammamet marina might typically cost only 100,000 dinars per year (about 60,000 euros). European and American boat owners can also take advantage of the low cost of labour and excellent craftsmanship of local workers to refit their boats or simply give them a fresh coat of paint. Dwarfed by its two huge neighbours of Algeria to the west and Libya to the south east, the northern and north-eastern boundaries of Tunisia lie to the south of Italy, just a short distance from Sicily. Despite its relatively small size, Tunisia has great geographical and climatic diversity; its population is just under 10 million. Inland, the climate can be very hot in summer, but the winters are mild. Spring and autumn are the best times to visit. Westerly winds prevail along the north coast, but in summer they are usually interrupted by the daily alternating land and sea breezes. Along the east coast, the prevailing winds of summer are from the south east; the occasional sirocco arrives with gale force winds from the south, but it is usually short lived. For the sailing fraternity Tunisia’s year-round sunshine is unquestionably an attraction, as it extends the traditional cruising season normally enjoyed in France or Italy.

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