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The history of this temple is fascinating. It's easily accessible by car, but a hike up the mountain (Jebel Zaghouan) to this point is more enjoyable for those who can do it. For families with children or physically challenged people, be careful as there are...More
The water temple is significant historically but there is really not much to see except for a single half ruined structure. If you are in the neighborhood, it's worth it to stop by. I don't think it's worth it to make a special trip to...More
Seeing the source of the water that the Romans engineered to flow all the way to Carthage is definitely worth the trip. The temple is set in a park like area with a very nice view of the surrounding landscape.
I spent one day to go to visit this wáter source from the mountain there. The romans collected the wáter there and was then canalized through the accueduct to the cities of Oudhna and cartague.
The site is not well kept.
I was here with a friend that is a local, and he told me much about this interesting place. Apparently, this whole region is rich with water, and that is why it's so famos in Tunisia. Every part of this temple has it's own story,...More