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La question vaut la peine d'être débattue : comment, à l'aune des émeutes en Algérie et en Tunisie, Washington et Paris vont-ils réaxer leurs relations avec la junte génocidaire algérienne et le despote Ben Ali ? Quels gages de continuité dans leurs politiques d'inféodation peuvent encore ces derniers assurer aux USA et aux Français ? Al Jazeera TV a entamé un débat entre ses hôtes en Studio.
It's not often that the actions of one man can set in motion events that affect millions of people. But so it was for Mohamed Bouazizi, a Tunisian street vendor who set himself on fire five years ago. His actions triggered a revolution that ended with the downfall of President Zine Al Abidine Ben Ali and the end of decades of authoritarian rule. Tunisia's uprising inspired millions of people across the Middle East and North Africa to rise up, armed with a belief that change was possible. But five years on, many Tunisians wonder if it was all for nothing. Has the country that became a model for the Arab Spring, failed to deliver on the promise of real change? And what has the rest of the region learnt from Tunisia? Presenter: Folly Bah Thibault Guests: Rafik Abdessalem - Tu...
Tunis canvia a poc a poc després de la seva "primavera". Egipte acaba tornant al passat. Perquè? Per @nicolasvalle
Travel video about destination Tunisia. Tunis is a North African city with a long history. After the Hasfides and Osmans, the Spanish Moors came but then had to give way to French colonial rule until present day Independence. In the old town, there are more than 700 historic monuments which include 200 palaces, a colourful variety of buildings and numerous mosques.Among shoreline lava rock is the entrance to the Ghar El-Kebir, a collection of sandstone grottos. During Roman times, thousands of slaves were forced to bring building material for Carthage and El Djem from subterranean shafts. In Sousse, the simple fort of Ribat is probably the oldest Islamic building in North Africa, in which Muslim soldiers lived in monastery-like isolation and in the town’s Archaeological Museum there is a f...
Travel video about destination Tunis in Tunisia. Tunis is the capital of Tunisia and the political, commercial and cultural centre of the country: the Paris of North Africa and a metropolis with a long history. The centre of the city is the Medina, the Arabic old town. Surrounded by the market streets of the souks towers the large mosque of El Zitouna. Apart from the Sidi Oqba of Kairouan, this noble building is the most important religious sanctuary in Tunisia. The central market quarter dates back to the Hafsidic and Early Christian period and the leisurely ambience of the Moorish coffee houses still exists today. The tall, octagonal minaret of the Sidi Youssef Mosque is the earliest Syric building style in Tunisia. Next to the mosque are the securely guarded government buildings that in...
Travel video about destination Tunis in Tunisia. Tunis is the capital of Tunisia and this 'Paris' of North Africa is a metropolis with a long history. In the centre of the medina, the domed roof of the souk encircles the Olive-Tree Mosque, the spiritual centre of the old town. The central market district dates back to the Hafsid and Early Christian period. Here, there's something for everyone, many of the goods being skillfully crafted under the watchful eye of prospective purchasers. While strolling through the markets, it's like being part of an Arabian fairy-tale with all the magic of the One Thousand and One Nights. The tall, octagonal minaret of the Sidi Youssef Dey Mosque is an example of Tunisia's earliest Syric building design and opposite is the Dar-el-Bey, former palace of th...
Planning to visit Tunisia? Check out our Tunisia Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Tunisia. Top Places to visit in Tunisia: Bardo National Museum, Port El Kantaoui, Great Mosque of Kairouan, Sousse Archaeological Museum, Medina of Sousse, Ez-Zitouna Mosque, Cathedral of St Vincent de Paul, Carthage National Museum, Byrsa, Carthageland Hammamet, Kasbah of Hammamet, Ichkeul Lake, Pupput, El Ghriba Synagogue, Friguia Animal Park Subscribe to Social Bubble: https://www.youtube.com/c/SocialBubbleNashik?sub_confirmation=1 To go to the World Travel Guide playlist go to: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3wNXIKi7sz3IilVSbByNJzEsCmsbIgv1 Visit our Website: http://socialbubble.global Follow us on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+SocialBubbleNashik Follow us on Fac...
Sousse Must-See Attractions Hotel Price Comparison http://www.holidaystunisia.co.uk/ Tunisia Travel Guide http://www.tunisiaguide.com/ In this Sousse Travel Guide, we picked the top 10 attractions you should't miss when you visit Tunisia. Number 10 : The Kasbah Number 9 : The Sousse Catacombs Number 8 : The Medina of Sousse Number 7 : Friguia Animal Park Number 6 : The Grande Mosque Number 5 : Ribat Number 4 : Port el Kantaoui Number 3 : Boujaafar Beach Number 2 : Museum Dar Essid Number 1 : Sousse Archaeological Museum Stay in Touch Youtube http://www.youtube.com/user/TourismTunisia Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TunisiaTourism Twitter https://twitter.com/tunisiatourism
Tunisisa was established by the Phoenicians, but during its eventful history it belonged to the Roman Empire, was under Spanish, Turkish and Arab influences, and later under the French rule. Its architecture, art and culture all reflect this diversity. The ruins of the ancient metropolis of Carthage, the sand beaches of Hammamet, the old town of Tunis, the bazaars of Sousse, the mystical salt lake, the treasures of the Bardo Museum, the cave houses of Matmata, the palm trees of Tozeur, the bay and fish market of Kelibia, the Roman amphitheatre of El Djem, the blue and white houses of Sidi bou Said, the minarets, the oases of Chebika, the monumental buildings of the Ribats, the camels and the modern luxury hotels all are parts of the colorful mosaic, which is called Tunisia. --------------...
En el episodio de hoy Ruben Alonso viaja a Túnez invitado por la compañía de viajes de bajo coste Sunweb y la asociación Barcelona Travel Bloggers. Sunweb: www.sunweb.es bcnTB: www.bcntb.com En el recorrido de cuatro días visitamos los destinos más populares del país de los que destacan muchos lugares declarados Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO entre los que destacan: Anfiteatro de El Jem http://whc.unesco.org/es/list/38#top Sitio arqueológico de Cartago http://whc.unesco.org/es/list/37#top Medina de Susa http://whc.unesco.org/es/list/498#top Además, recorrimos lugares del desierto del Sahara o del Mediterráneo tan emblemáticos como: Matmata www.turismodetunez.com/Actividades/Descubrir-el-Sahara/Matmata Tozeur www.turismodetunez.com/Actividades/Descubrir-el-Sahara/Tozeur ...
Take a tour of Ruins of Carthage in Carthage, Tunisia -- part of the World's Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. The ruins of the ancient city of Carthage look out over the deep blue waters of the Gulf of Tunis in Tunisia. Carthage is said to have been founded in 814 BC by Phoenician Queen Dido and flourished into a prominent port city. The city then entered into a turbulent relationship with the Romans when the Punic Wars broke out. Carthage was utterly demolished by the Roman Empire during the Third Punic War and then revived as a Roman city shortly after. Because the Romans burned the town during the war, knowledge of Carthaginian culture is limited. Ruins that can be seen today are primarily Roman, including the Roman amphitheater and the Antonine Bath...
Tunisia is located only a few kilometres away from Sicily, the Roman influence is therefore still very obvious. In 800BC the Punic Tunis was only a small village in a shadow of Carthage. Today, Tunis is a modern city with 1,2 Million inhabitants. Where ever we look the Tunisian flag hoisted everywhere. The five columns of Islam, the state religion of Tunisia, are symbolized by a pentacle . The Muslims believe in God being the only one and Mohammad being his prophet. The teaching of Allah calls the faithful to pray, to fast, to give alms and to make pilgrimage to Mecca.