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Dar Bu al Qasim Destination Guide

Touring Dar Bu al Qasim in Tunisia.

Dar Bu al Qasim in the region of Tunisia (general) is located in Tunisia - some 11 mi (or 17 km) North-West of Tunis, the country's capital city.

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Time in Dar Bu al Qasim is now 03:32 AM (Friday). The local timezone is named "Africa / Tunis" with an UTC offset of 1 hours. Depending on your travel resources, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: Zahanah, Oued Lill, Tunis, Sousse, Sidi Tabet or Alghero. Being here already, consider visiting . We collected some hobby films in the internet. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.


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05:27 min ( May 03, 2009 by sid7271967)
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Bardo Museum - Tunis

05:14 min ( March 08, 2009 by travelwinglet)
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Impression of the Bardo Museum in Tunis

Tunesische Bahnen

04:23 min ( October 20, 2008 by VeryGoodFeeling)
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In diesem Video werden Züge des nordafrikanischen Landes Tunesien vorgestellt. Eingegliedert in Nahverkehrswendezüge, TGM (~S-Bahn), Metro (~Stadtbahn), Expressverkehr und einer Nebenbahn im Nordost...

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00:15 min ( May 25, 2008 by dedooshka1973)
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Interesting facts about this location

Battle of the Great Plains

The Battle of the Great plains (also known as Battle of Campi Magni, Battle of Bagrades) was a battle fought between Scipio Africanus of Rome and a combined Carthaginian and Numidian army late in the Second Punic War, designed as diversionary tactic by Rome to disrupt Hannibal's attack on Italy. By defeating the Carthaginians, Scipio Africanus caused Hannibal to leave Italy and return to Africa, where he was later defeated at the battle of Zama.

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Located at 36.93, 10.03 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 9 mi away.
Tags:203 BC, Battles of the Second Punic War, History of Numidia, Military history of Tunisia

Utica, Tunisia

Utica is an ancient city northwest of Carthage near the outflow of the Medjerda River into the Mediterranean Sea, traditionally considered to be the first colony founded by the Phoenicians in North Africa. Today, Utica no longer exists, and its remains are located in Tunisia - not on the coast where it once lay, but further inland because deforestation and agriculture upriver led to massive erosion and the Medjerda River silted over its original mouth.

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Located at 36.93, 10.03 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 9 mi away.
Tags:1st-millennium BC establishments, Ancient Tunisia, Archaeological sites in Tunisia, Carthage, Former populated places in Tunisia, Maghreb, Phoenician colonies, Roman sites in Tunisia

Battle of Utica (49 BC)

The Battle of Utica (49 BC) was fought between Julius Caesar's general Gaius Scribonius Curio and Numidian cavalry and foot soldiers sent by King Juba I of Numidia and commanded by Publius Attius Varus. Curio defeated the Numidians and drove Varus back into the town of Utica.

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Located at 36.93, 10.03 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 9 mi away.
Tags:1st century BC in Africa, 49 BC, Battles involving the Roman Republic, Battles of Caesar's Civil War


Manouba is a city in northeastern Tunisia. It is located at around {{#invoke:Coordinates|coord}}{{#coordinates:36|48|28|N|10|6|4|E| | |name= }}. It is the capital city of Manouba Governorate. Manouba is well known for its university. It is also an ideal place for family life because of its security, availability of all kinds of services and its high level of education.

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Located at 36.93, 10.03 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 9 mi away.
Tags:Communes of Tunisia, Populated places in Tunisia

Bab Saadoun

Bab Saadoun is one of the gates of the medina of Tunis, the capital of Tunisia. Constructed circa 1350 on the edge of the suburb of Bab Souika, it owes its name to the saint Sidi Bou Saadoun. Controlling the routes to Béja, Bizerte and El Kef, it had only originally had one narrow arch originally and it was replaced in 1881 by a gate (at the same time as the arch at Bab el Khadra) with three arches, better adapted to the volume of traffic. \t\t \t\t\tBab saadoun 1880.

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Located at 36.93, 10.03 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 11 mi away.
Tags:Buildings and structures in Tunis, Gates, Infrastructure completed in 1881