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Sebkhet de Sidi El Hani

The Sebkha Sidi El Hani is a salt lake in the Sousse Governorate of Tunisia, 25 kilometers southwest of the city of Sousse and 25 kilometers southeast of the city of Kairouan. It covers an area of 36.000 hectares and consists of three depressions ...

Sidi Bouzid Governorate

Sidi Bouzid Governorate, sometimes spelt Sidi Bou Zid, is one of the 24 governorates of Tunisia. It is in central Tunisia and landlocked. It covers an area of 7405 km² and has a population of 429.912. The capital is its most populous settlement, ...

Siliana Governorate

Siliana Governorate is one of the twenty-four governorates of Tunisia, is landlocked and is in the north of the country. It covers an area of 4.631 km² and has a population of 223.087. The capital is Siliana.

Souk El Fakkahine

Souk El Fakkahine was located between Souk Errbaa El Saghir and Ellakhmi Street that represents that northern part of El Sayyaghine Street. It was parallel to Souk Es Sabbaghine.

Souk El Gazal

Souk El Gazal) is one the souks of the northern part of Medina of Sfax, near the Bou Chouaicha mosque.

Souk El Haddadine (Sfax)

Souk El Haddadine, also called the Market of BlackSmiths or Souk El Haddadine and El Najjarine, or the Market of BlackSmiths and Joiners, is one of the souks, or markets, of the medina of Sfax, Tunisia.

Souk El Hboub

Originally, the souk was called the Souk of Food and later on it was changed to the Souk of Blessings before it was decided that it should be called Souk El Hboub. The oldest part of the Souk Ahmed Beks yard, which is located in the Eastern part ...

Souk El Hout

Souk El Hout, or the Fish Market, is one of the most popular markets in the medina of Sfax because of all of the different kinds of fish that can be bought there.

Souk El Jazzarine

The original souk El Jazzarine used to have a place to slaughter the animals. It was surrounded by Souk El Sabbaghine from the west, Souk El Haddadine from the north and Fondouk El Haddadine from the east side. Given the development of the city, ...

Souk El Jomaa

Souk El Jomaa is the first souk that was made in Sfax even before the fence and the Great Mosque of Sfax. It is located in the middle of the Medina, in the east side of the Great Mosque of Sfax, between the latters path and Nahj El Bey.

Souk El Kammadine

The souk used to be located in Zuqaq El Marr or Nahj El Bey but then it was changed to the southern part of path of Adoul. And it used to reach Sidi Ali Karray Street and Rahbet Rmed. It used to have Kaysriyet El Ashr which is now called Kaysriye ...

Souk El Mahsoulat

This souk is specialized in selling local products of Sfax. Its activity depends of the harbor and agricultural activity in the city.

Souk El Najjarine

The souk was located in the intersection between Souk El Haddadine and Nahj El Bey or Zuqaq El Marr, the current Mongi Slim Street, near (Bab Nahj El Bey".

Souk Erbaa (Sfax)

This market was founded during the Aghlabid reign in the 9th century, witnessed many changes through the centuries but kept its distinguishing feature since its creation as totally covered. The current state goes back to the Tunisian independence ...

Souk Es Sabbaghine (Sfax)

The souk got its designation from the dry cleaners who used to work there. Currently, it is called "Souk Sidi Bou Chouaïcha" with reference to a small mosque in it.

Souk Kriaa

It is located outside of the northern medinas fences right in front of Bab Jebli. It is principally home to fabric shops, household machines and butchers.

Souk Lahad

Souk Lahad is an oasis town and commune in the Kebili Governorate, Tunisia, about 15 kilometers northwest of the town of Kebili.

Sousse Governorate

Sousse Governorate is one of the twenty-four governorates of Tunisia. It is beside the eastern coast of Tunisia in the north-east of the country and covers an area of 2.621 km² and has a population of 674.971. The capital is Sousse.

Tagarbala

Tagarbala was a Roman–Berber civitas of the province of Byzacena during late antiquity. It was a Roman Catholic diocese. The city is identified with the stone ruins in bordj-Tamra, tamera in Tunisia. Roman Tagarbala also was the seat of an ancien ...

Tamerza

Tamerza is the largest mountain oasis in Tunisia, known as Ad Turres by the Romans. It has a canyon and an abandoned old town. The town was abandoned after the river flooded for 22 days in 1969. It is located north of the salt lakes and receives ...

Tataouine Governorate

Tataouine Governorate is the southernmost of the twenty-four governorates of Tunisia, the only one to border both Algeria and Libya. It is also the largest, covering an area of 38.889 km². It had a population of 149.453, nearly tied for second le ...

Teboursouk

The town is part of the governorate of Beja, and it constitutes a municipality. Located at the foot of the Teboursouk Mountains in the Tunisian ridge, the city is built half-way up a hill at 400 m 1.300 ft above sea level. It overlooks olive grov ...

Testour

Testour is a small town located in the north of Tunisia. The town is perched on the hills of Medjerda Valley, 20 km south-west of Medjez-el-Bab, the crossroads between Tunis, Beja, and the north of Tunisia. It was known during the Roman period, a ...

Thala, Tunisia

Tala is a town and commune in Tunisia. It is located in the Kasserine Governorate since 1956. As of the 2004 census it had 13.968 inhabitants. The altitude of Thala is 1.017 metres, which makes it the highest and the coldest town in the country.

Thyna

Thyna, formerly Henchir-Tina, is a town and commune in the Sfax Governorate, Tunisia. As of 2004 it had a population of 26.635. It is located on the coast about 12 km south of Sfax.

Tinja, Tunisia

Tinja or Tindja is a town and commune in the Bizerte Governorate, in northern Tunisia, on the shores of Lake Ichkeul. Its name derives from that of the ancient Roman era city of Thimida, a former bishopric which remains a Latin Catholic titular see.

Tozeur Governorate

Tozeur is the westernmost of the 24 governorates of Tunisia and as such bordering Algeria. It covers an area of 4.719 km² and has a population of 107.912 making it the least populated province. The capital is Tozeur.

Tunis Governorate

Tunis Governorate is the smallest and most populated of the twenty-four governorates of Tunisia. It covers an urban and suburban area on the Gulf of Tunis on the north-east coast covering 346 square kilometres and has a population of 1.056.247 wi ...

Urusi

Urusi was a civitas and ancient episcopal see of the Roman province of Africa Proconsularis in present-day Tunisia. The city prospered from 30 BC to 640AD and tentatively identified with the ruins at Henchir Soudga, 9.57727 N 35.98709 e in Silian ...

Zaghouan

Zaghwan is a town in the northern half of Tunisia. Located on a low ridge Dorsale mountains, the town has a mild climate and is a green aspect. Cold water from here was taken by aqueduct to Carthage. The city is famous for its roses, originally c ...

Zaghouan Governorate

Zaghouan Governorate is one of the twenty-four governorates of Tunisia and is in north-eastern Tunisia. It covers an area of 2.768 km² and its population was 176.945 at the 2014 census. The capital is Zaghouan.

Zembra

Zembra is a Tunisian island. The island is a 432 metres tall rock formation, and as such contains many 400 metre-high cliffs. It has an area of 369 hectares. Located 15 kilometres from Sidi Daoud and 50 kilometres from the port of La Goulette, it ...

Akyatan Lagoon

Akyatan Lagoon is a 14700-hectare wetland ecosystem that is designated as Wetland of International Importance by Ramsar Convention. A major stop over for migrating birds, Akyatan is recognized as an Important Bird Area by BirdLife International. ...

Lake Buyukçekmece

Lake Buyukçekmece is a liman formed at the point where the river Karasudere flows into the Marmara Sea. The lake is located south of the Çatalca district, west of Istanbul, Turkey. It is used as a freshwater reservoir. Bar at the lake was confirm ...

Çiğli

Çiğli is a metropolitan district of Izmir in western Turkey. It covers the northern end of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality around the mouth of the River Gediz, across the Gulf of Izmir from the main city. The Gediz delta is an Important Bird Area ...

Lake Aksehir

Lake Aksehir is a tectonic freshwater endorheic lake in Afyonkarahisar and Konya provinces, southwestern part of Turkey. It carries the same name as the town Aksehir south of the lake. The lake is fed by the Eber channel, five larger streams from ...

Lake Eber

The lake is between the district centers of Çay, Bolvadin and Sultandağı of Afyon Province. The midpoint is at about 38°38′N 31°09′E. The altitude of the water surface with respect to sea level is 967 metres 3.173 ft. The surface area fluctuates ...

Lake Erçek

Lake Erçek is an endorheic salt lake in Van Province in eastern Turkey, about 30 kilometres east of Lake Van. The lake sits at an elevation of about 1.803 metres, and has an area of 106.2 square kilometres and a mean depth of 18.45 metres. The no ...

Lake Kuçukçekmece

Lake Kuçukçekmece is a lagoon located between the Kuçukçekmece, Esenyurt and Avcılar districts of the European portion of Istanbul Province, northwestern Turkey. The lake is neighbored in the south by state road D.100 and in the north by the O-3 ...

Lake Uluabat

Lake Uluabat is the name of a freshwater lake in the vicinity of Bursa, Turkey. It is a large lake, covering an area of between 135 and 160 km 2 depending on the water level, but very shallow, being only 3 m deep at its deepest point. The lake co ...

Kurd Mountains

Kurd Mountains or Kurd-Dagh, is a highland region in northwestern Syria and southeastern Turkey. It is located in the Aleppo Governorate of Syria and Kilis Province of Turkey. The Kurd mountain should not be confused with the neighboring Jabal al ...

Arsameia

Arsameia on the Nymphaios is an ancient city located in Old Kahta in Kahta district, Adıyaman Province, Turkey. The site is near Kahtaçay, known in ancient times as Nymphaios. Arsameia was a royal seat of the kingdom of Commagene. It is best know ...

Gallipoli

The Gallipoli peninsula is located in the southern part of East Thrace, the European part of Turkey, with the Aegean Sea to the west and the Dardanelles strait to the east. Gallipoli is the Italian form of the Greek name "Καλλίπολις" Kallipolis, ...

Karagol, Giresun

Karagol is a compound word in Turkish. "Kara" means "black" and "gol" means "lake", hence "Karagol" means "black lake" in Turkish. It appears dark blue because the lake on the Karagol Mountains is very deep. For this reason it has been called as ...

Marmaris

Marmaris is a port city and tourist resort on the Mediterranean coast, located in Muğla Province, southwest Turkey, along the shoreline of the Turkish Riviera. Marmaris main source of income is tourism. It is located between two intersecting sets ...

Uludağ

Uludağ, the ancient Mysian Olympus, is a mountain in Bursa Province, Turkey, with an elevation of 2.543 m. In Turkish, Uludag means "great mountain". In ancient times, the circle of which it is a part, extending along the southern edge of Bithyni ...

Ataturk Park

The park is a Mediterranean coastal park of Akdeniz district. The longer dimension of the park, which is more than 1.200 m 0.75 mi lies along the sea coast in north east to south west direction. The total area of the park is about 16 ha 40 acres. ...

Karaalioglu Park

Karaalioglu Park is a large park in Antalya, Turkey. It is just south of Kaleiçi in the city center, easily reached on foot or by tram. The mayors office, Municipal city theater, and an ancient fortress called Hıdırlık Tower overlooking the Roman ...

Kwangjin Park

Kwangjin Parkı, or Kwangjin Dostluk Parkı, is an urban recreational area in Ereğli district of Konya Province, Turkey. The park was established jointly by the municipalities of Ereğli and its South Korean sister city Gwangjin on 16 October 2002. ...

Ataturk Arboretum

Ataturk Arboretum is an arboretum in Bahçekoy, Sarıyer, Istanbul Province, Turkey. Creating the arboretum was proposed Hayrettin Kayacık, Professor of forest faculty of Istanbul University in 1949. Initially, an area of 38 hectares 94 hectares wa ...

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