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Tunisia ~ roman ruins


roman ruins

Much of northern Africa once came under the rule of the Roman Empire, and as a result, Tunisia has many Roman sites dotted all over the country. The most impressive of them, Dougga and El Jem have been accorded the status of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
A Well, The House of New Hunt Alexander Severus Arch, Dougga Hippodrome, Dougga
Lybico-Punic Mausoleum, Dougga Cisterns, Dougga The Capitol, The Forum and A Mosque, Dougga
Tomb or Tub? Lycinian Baths, Dougga The Capitol, Dougga
Temple Of Saturn, Dougga El Jem, Africa's Most Impressive Roman Monument El Jem Passageways
Town of El Jem El Jem's Forgotten Amphitheatre Building Wth Windows, Haidra
Moving On, Haidra The Capitol Speed Limit, Haidra Meninx, Jerba
The Roman Cillium Landscape Cillium In Abstract, Kasserine Ruins at Cillium
Cut Off! Church Of St.Severus, Sbeitla The Forum and the Three Temples, Sbeitla
A Broken Aquaduct Cisterns of Thuburbo Majus Water Troughs?
An Unmarked Stone Pillar of Strength A Triumphant Arch Tumbles