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Historic Tour of Carthage
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Take a step back in time and experience the history of North Africa. The Carthaginian era, the Roman era, and the early Christian era are all visited. This in-depth tour will take you on a journey to relive key moments in each of those eras. Guided by a local expert, you will get to experience the culture and local cuisine. Don't miss out on this opportunity to experience Tunisia!
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Like much of the Archeological park of Carthage, a little time and effort is well rewarded as fortunately, archeologists have not restored to site to its former glory.
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When you see from far away, you can only see the long stone aqueduct. But when you go tobb bnb the other side, you must be surprised that the water pipe are so big. They kept water for the usage of Carthage and provide water for thermo bath of Antonine. Now, it’s world heritage
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This aqueduct is certainly not one of the most impressive in the Roman world but it is important and very long, bringing water from the Atlas Mountains all the way to Carthage.
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Just look a bit better around than the people here below that claim there is nothing to see here: look through every arch (and you can get through the last ones ;-)) and you will see a different microcosmos in each cistern. Superb. They could shoot a movie here!
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Went again to visit this site and saw much more than I did on the first visit that I missed as it is a large spread out site that is not well signed or has many description boards (it has a few)
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