Quartier Punique de Byrsa, UNESCO, Tunisia  

Located on the heights of Byrsa Hill, in the northern suburbs of Tunis, the punic district of Carthage is a district of Punic habitat dating from the III and II century BC Today, Punic district of Carthage, there are many ruins of houses, water tanks, mosaic floors, sewage disposal and stucco walls that are well worth the detour.

And the panoramic view of this site on the sea is breathtaking. Venture into these ruins, follow in the footsteps of the Carthaginian history, let your curiosity awaken and travel every nook and cranny, you will be impressed by the genius of the builders of this city, where everything has been carefully thought out.

Then take the time to linger in the Museum of the Punic Quarter, where a guide tells the story and tells you the smallest details. Before leaving the premises, go to the Acropolium, located right next to the museum, you would be seduced by its majestic architecture, by the careful maintenance of places. The Acropolium is often the object of cultural meetings: concerts, exhibitions, etc.

Epic Tunisia Culture & Adventure Route © Monika Newbound

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