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The Tunisian Republic is located on the northernmost part of the African continent. It is bordered on the west by Algeria, on the north and east by the Mediterranean Sea, and on the southeast by Libya.
A flight from Manchester to Rome would have a flying time of about 3 hours.
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Tunisia, officially the Tunisian Republic, is a country situated on the Mediterranean coast of North Africa. It is the northernmost African country and the smallest of the nations situated along the Atlas mountain range. Around 40 percent of the country is composed of the Sahara desert, with much o…
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In the United States, the President is chosen by popular vote, which determines who the members of the Electoral College for each state will vote for. The president will live in the White House.
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Answer No. Technically he was not a real person, but rather a couple different Arab reformers rolled into one for the production of Lawrence of Arabia. yes Al-Shareif Ali is a real person and he has sons and they are ... Shuja,a , Fahad, Meteb,Mshhur, Muhammad,Saud , and 2 daughters Shaikhah and…
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Tunisia got independance from France on 20 march 1956
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no it is not in Europe.
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The language spoken in Tunisia is Tunisian Arabic. It is not like most Arabic, so know one could understand you in any other different Arabic country.
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The capital and largest city of Tunisia, in the northern part of the country on the Gulf of Tunis, an inlet of the Mediterranean Sea. It occupies a site near the ruins of ancient Carthage. The city of Tunis is the capital of the North African nation of Tunisia.
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The average Hungarian man is medium high, brown haired, brown eyed, athletic body typed. Women are said to be pretty. Curly/wavy hair is more common than straight.
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Hep B and Hep A. There may be others as well.
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to a boy:tikram(tick-rum) to a girl:tikrame(tick-rum-eh) to a group:tikramo(tick-rum-o)
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they eat grass and milk from goats
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Have you thought about taking injections to go to Britain ?? It is the same, going to Tunisia doesn't imply taking injections, the question is funny!! Tunisia is a third world classified country, yet, it is known for its fast growth, industries and prosperous life. Tunisia includes one of the bigges…
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About 3 hours.
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Tunisia is a country on the Mediterranean Sea, bordered on the west by Algeria, and on the southeast by Libya. In December 2010 and January 2011, it was heavily featured in the news after widespread riots and violence across the country. The news was featured most in the UK, as tour operators strugg…
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it is in Africa :) Tunisa is located in northern Africa.Republic of Tunisia is the smallest country in Africa. It located at the northern end of Africa. The capital of Tunisia is Tunis. It is a member of A.M. Union, Arab League and African Union.
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The temperature in Tunisia in May varies between 17 and 26 degrees Celsius.
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Tunisia is the smallest African country that borders the Mediterranean Sea.
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As of 2008, the population of Tunisia is 10,327,800 according to Google Public Data.
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It's named after the capital city, Tunis.
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how long is the flight from Manchester to Tunisia - about three hours
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The answer should be Yes. Tunisia is well known for being peaceful and empty of social and national troubles.First, Tunisia and the other countries. Tunisia have been internationnaly known of its friendly relationships to all foreign countries as well as Arab ones, and it is always neutral in its po…
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The Government of Tunisia is now under President Moncef Marzouki and Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali.
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The countries that share borders with Tunisia are from Left (West) Algeria; and from the right (East) Libya. from North there is the Mediterranean sea and from the South there is a common border of Algeria and Libya.
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It depends on your country regulations. because from Tunisia you can bring as much as you are permitted to, i think 40 kilograms of extra cargo maximum. but logically if you are a tourist you can bring with you up to 4000 cigarettes which means 10 packs containing 20 packet each, and each packet con…
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Moncef Marzouki is the interim President of Tunisia. Marzouki was appointed on 2011 December 13 after the 2010-2011 Tunisian Revolution which saw long time President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali ousted, and a new national constitution drawn up.
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Well, there ARE quite some dangerous sharks in Tunisia, as long as you consider the Great White a dangerous species. Actually some scientists believe that the small strait between Sicily and Tunisia has the highest Great White population in the world because of the tuna that they feed on. And of cou…
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Answer After gaining independence from France in 1956, President Habib Bourguiba established a strict one-party state. He dominated the country for 31 years, repressing Islamic fundamentalism and establishing rights for women that were unmatched by any other Arab nation. In recent years, Tunisia h…
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More than 100 Fahrenheit
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no, it is purely African country
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The region that Tunisia is in is North Africa. It is bordered by the Mediterranean sea and the region is considered to be relatively hilly.
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About 10 hours. This is only an estimate.
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no, you can stay in the country for 3 months without needing a visa.
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Animal adopt in Tunisia is a website, name animal.rescueme.org/tn.
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i really don't know but i have to research it there should be an answer.
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the president Zine Alabidine Ben Ali with over $5 billions
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Yemen is the country that is directly north of the Gulf of Aden. Yemen is located in the Middle East. Waterways in the area also include the Red Sea and the Arabian Sea.
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yes
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There are a lot of beaches you can swim in. You can also go to the desert for camel and quad bike rides. Lots of people from different countries go there for the summer.
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A tradisional dish called sun cruisin
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April 22 The official date for Earth Day is April 22 every year. However, many events will happen the weekend before, to allow more people to attend. For more information about Earth Day and Earth Day even though you can go to earthday.org
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i actually is quite well to do. the tunisian dinar is also very strong
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Mr Sami DAOUAY who wrote the GUIDE "Djerba en Poche" and creator innovator of many projects in Tunisia
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The capital city of the Tunisian Republic is Tunis.TunisTunis
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the trip to the Sahara desert
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http://tunisiaattractions.wordpress.com/
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i have no clue that's why i asked you smart one!
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south mediterranean and north Africa culture
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Festivals in Tunisia One of the most important parts of the Tunisian culture is the numerous Festivals that take place across the country throughout the year. The lively nature of the people of Tunisia is reflected through their celebrations. From the smallest villages to the biggest cities of Tuni…
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They play football (soccer).
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the currency in Tunisia is the tunisian dinar- its a closed currency so you can only get it in the country you cant bring it in or take it out
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Dubai's potable (drinking) water is obtained from desalination; the process is: They take the sea water, boil it and let the steam cool. The condensed water is then filtered and treated to make if fit for human consumption, washing and industrial use. The byproduct is concentrated brine (salt) wat…
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ReligionReligious Beliefs. As Muslims, Tunisians accept the oneness of God and the power of his word as expressed in the Koran. For many purposes, people refer to the texts of the Koran and of certain related texts such as the Hadith (authentic traditions). The Shari'ah, or Islamic law, is cent…
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Tunisia (Tunisian Republic) - 63,170 square miles.
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1943, after being push from Egypt and Lybyia.
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Yes.
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people in Tunisia are kind,nice,no killing
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on average £150 per month... although the cost of living in Tunisia is much less than the cost in the UK for example
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The flight time for flights between the above places is 2 hours 20 minsThis is an approximate travel time. The actual time might change depending on the flight path chosen, weather conditions, etc.
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It's 3sslema (3=ah (as in ought) but from the back of your throat) pronounced ahs/lem/ma
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Tunisia is in Africa.
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food
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The Tunisian War of Independence occurred from1952 to 1956 between France and a guerrilla movement under Habib Bourguiba. Bourguiba became the first President of the new nation after negotiations with France that led to the independence.
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There is a moon and a star in the middle with a white circle circling it and the outside of the circle is red. The moon and the star are both red.
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Was there really a spanish ship named the Aurelia that crashed in 1715?and if there was a ship..where is all the treasure that they found? The problem with Wikipedia is that anyone can write anything. It is writen by people like you and me that don't have a clue. They could have watched the movie F…
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They usually eat fish
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north Africa
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You begin by contacting ALGERIA consulate in whichever country you reside. They will give you direction on how to get to wherever you need to get to. They are Algerians after all.
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The population of Tunisia, as of 2008 was 10,327,800.10.89 million (2013 census).
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France has the most tourists annually.
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well as u can see tunisia often has a hot climate, even in winter the weather is mild, so just observe if it has hot climate and is found in north africia then it has desserts,question:but how does that help u know the fact about desserts.well easy . it is not hard to know the landfrom of deserts it…
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Food wise tomato's and olive oil
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I really want to know how many times Tunisia has made it to world cup. that is all. answer me please., ok?
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For starters, the entire South American continent (with a few small exceptions like Guyanas (French, Dutch, English) plus Turkey, Kosovo, Andorra, Liechtenstein, & a few odd countries in Africa are visa free.
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When the film Raiders of the Lost Ark was shot in tunisia crew members had to remove 300 televisions antennas from homes in Kairouan, Tunisia for one scene to make a rooftop shot look like 1936.
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Tunis has been a Muslim city since the early days of the Muslim era
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president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali
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The flight time for flights between the above places is 11 hoursThis is an approximate travel time. The actual time might change depending on the flight path chosen, weather conditions, etc.
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Does Tunisia come under Europe for travel insurance
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there are open borders on either side of Tunisia into Algeria and Libya. The country itself also borders the Mediterranean sea.
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the average temperature in Tunisia in June is 28°C, although depending on which part of Tunisia you are measuring, it can vary quite a lot.* in early June 2009, the average temperature in Sousse, Tunisia was around 35°C
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Yes, Tunisia is a republic with a president and a prime minister.
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olivesdatesorangesalmondsgrainsugar beetswine grapespoultrybeefdairy
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no, it is in north Africa
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croissants, juice, Coffee, bread and jam for breakfast, pasta, salad and a meat dish with fruit for desert, than for dinner we had cous cous, salad and Brick(all Tunisian dishes) small cakes for desert (so good) all meals had fruit bars and pudding. you buy the drinks(at least where i went) we got…
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Tunisia is a North African Arabic speaking country (predominantly) that is well known for malouf, an imported music from Andalusia after the 15th century Spaniard conquest. Their musical instruments are categorize in 3 types: bendir that is similar to drums, mandole similar to a guitar, and the mizw…
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