Is Tunisia wealthy?
No, Tunisia isn't wealthy. The GDP per capita of Tunisia is 3979.42 US dollars in 2013.
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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 nat…ions situated along the Atlas mountain range. Around 40 percent of the country is composed of the Sahara desert, with much of the remainder consisting of particularly fertile soil, and a 1300-km coastline. Both played a prominent role in ancient times, first with the famous Phoenician city of Carthage, and later, as the Africa Province, which became known as the bread basket of the Roman Empire. It is thought that the name Tunis (Arabic for both the nation and capital city) originated from Berber, meaning either a geographical promontory, or, "to spend the night."
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 struggled to evacuate thousands of British tourists back to the UK.
It's named after the capital city, Tunis.
The Government of Tunisia is now under President Moncef Marzouki and Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali.
\nTunisia is a country, an Arab country much like Europe in its living rhythm and its life style. what you'll find in Tunisia is what you'll find in any other community; peopl…e, customs, traditions...\nyou can have a look at it using google earth, look under Europe, Italy you'll find Africa, in the extreme north of Africa there is Tunis, a mixture of many races there, from nordic Windles to Arab.
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.
The word Tunisia is derived from Tunis, a central urban hub and thecapital of modern-day Tunisia. The present form of the name withits Latinate suffix, -ia evolved from French… Tunisie.
You can visit Carthage, one of the biggest civilizations, you may know "Hannibal" the greatest leader the world ever know. Also, you can do a lots of other activities. I ad…ded a site for you to check out!
Yes there is, i went to Tunisia myself and saw one.
no it's not. what makes you think that !
Tunisia formed on 20 March 1956 from France.
No, if we wanted to go to Tunisia it would not be cheap.
Hannibal - their famous leader who was defeated by the Romans in 202bc. Habib Bourguiba - president 1957-1987 who lead Tunisia to independence. Albert Memmi - author of 'T…he Statue of Salt', famous in the literary world. and others probably from football teams and things like that
you are not wealthy because you waste a lot of money in having sex with sluts.