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  1. The Politicisation Of Islam: A Case Study Of Tunisia (State, culture & society in Arab North Africa) by Mohamed Elhachmi Hamdi, 2000-12-13
  2. Tunisia (Cultures of the World) by Roslind Varghese Brown, Michael Spilling, 2008-09
  3. Tunisia- Culture Smart!: the essential guide to customs & culture by Gerald Zarr, 2009-03-24
  4. Development and Disenchantment in Rural Tunisia: The Bourguiba Years (State Culture, and Society in Arab North Africa) by Mira Zussman, 1992-05
  5. TUNISIA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by NICHOLAS S. HOPKINS, 2001
  6. Tunisian Culture: Culture of Tunisia, Snake Charming, Tunisian Cuisine, Ala Khallidi, National Theatre of Tunisia, National Library of Tunisia
  7. La culture de la dignite et le flou de l'organisation: Culture et comportement organisationnel, schema theorique, et application au cas tunisien (French Edition) by Riadh Zghal, 1994
  8. Executive Report on Strategies in Tunisia, 2000 edition (Strategic Planning Series) by Tunisia Research Group, The Tunisia Research Group, 2000-11-02
  9. Four music cultures: Tradition and change in Tanzania, Tunisia, Sweden and Trinidad : English summary of Fyra musikkulturer : tradition och förändring i Tanzania, Tunisien, Sverige och Trinidad by Krister Malm, 1981
  10. Tunisia. Terra de cultures. Land of cultures by unknown, 2003
  11. Peace Corps Tunisia : the legacy, 1962-1966 (SuDoc PE 1.2:T 83) by U.S. Postal Service, 1997
  12. North Africa: Nation, State and Region (Routledge/Soas Contemporary Politics and Culture in the Middle East Series) by E. G. H. Joffe, 1993-04-19
  13. Political Ascent: Contemporary Islamic Movements In North Africa (Westview Series on State, Culture & Society in Arab North Africa) by Emad Eldin Shahin, 1998-11-13
  14. Sidi Bou Sa'id, Tunisia: A Study in Structure and Form by Besim Selim Hakim, 1978-08

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Updated information on Demographic, Economic and other data. From the Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries (SESRTCIC). Economy of Tunisia Courtesy of Tunisia Online. Energy Analysis Brief Information and analysis on Tunisia's energy resources by the Energy Information Administration (Dept.of Energy). Universal Currency Converter See how much US$ you get with one Tunisian dinar, or vice versa. World Bank - Tunisia World Bank country information. See Country Brief and Country Data Profile on left hand side. General Information Background Notes Notes on Tunisia from the Department of State. April 2002 most recent report.

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87. Welcome To The Country Pages: Tunisia
com/ (in French) Site with information and statistics on tunisia's history, government,society, culture, economy, women's issues, and extensive news updates.
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Photo courtesy of Manfred Leiter. Tunisia is considered to be one of the most liberal nations in the Islamic world, especially in terms of the rights accorded to women. The country has been influenced throughout its history by waves of immigrants - primarily Phonecian, Arab, Berber, African, Turkish, and European giving rise to a unique Tunisian culture. The official language of Tunisia is Arabic, although the use of French is widespread, reflecting the country's French colonial history.
A number of international festivals are held annually in Tunisia, celebrating music, dancing, film, and history. In addition, numerous archaeological sites and museums are located throughout the country, including ruins at the ancient Roman city of Carthage. The prestigious Bardo Museum in Tunis houses an impressive collection of Tunisia's world-renowned mosaics.
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88. Aga Khan Trust For Culture Archives
The Aga Khan Trust for culture archives in Geneva contains more than 300,000 imagesand drawings Al Marassi Hotel, Sidi Bou Said, Ariana Governorate, tunisia.

89. -- Tunisia: Tunisia Launches "City Of Culture" Project
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Posted to the web December 3, 2002 Tunis The "City of Culture", the most important cultural infrastructure project since Tunisia's independence in 1956, was launched Thursday November 28th. A special event, attended by President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, was held on this occasion on the grounds where the major complex will be built. The "City of Culture," which will overlook the Tunis lakeshore, will span a total area of more than 66,000 square meters. The national museum for civilizations, alone, will be built over a 22,000 square meter area. Greeted by artists and project managers, President Ben Ali highlighted the important impact this project will have

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and political achievements, we are nothing without our culture,'' says Minister ofculture Abdelbaki Hermassi I am continually fascinated that tunisia, once the
November 25, 1999
Protecting and Enhancing the Cultural Legacy
Tunisia is spotlighting its cultural past to help make the adjustment to a more challenging future.
Says Mohamed Ghannouchi, the former minister of international cooperation and foreign investment, who has been prime minister since Nov. 17: ''Culture is key to coping with any external crises or challenges our country may face.'' To ensure the continuation of a culture that dates back over 3,000 years, President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali has announced that the government will gradually increase the cultural budget to 1 percent of gross domestic product during the next four years. In addition, the Ministry of Culture is currently being rebuilt in Tunis's Place du Gouvernement. ''We are a small country, and we realize that despite all of our economic and political achievements, we are nothing without our culture,'' says Minister of Culture Abdelbaki Hermassi, who notes that the Bardo Museum is opening an exhibit called ''Mahdia's Treasures'' this month. ''I am continually fascinated that Tunisia, once the center of civilization at the heart of the Mediterranean, has a cultural identity that includes Punic, Roman, Vandal, Byzantine, Arab, Turkish and French influences.'' It should come as little surprise that seven cultural remnants - including Carthage, the medina of Tunis, the El-Jem amphitheater, Kerkouane, the medinas of Sousee and Kairouan, and the site of Dougga - are on the Unesco list of World Heritage sites. A number of projects, including a multinational cultural conference to be held in Carthage at the end of next year, are intended to lead to more programs to ''protect and add value'' to renowned sites.

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  • Turkey ... Home TUNIS About Tunisia A mere one to three hours flying time from various European gateways, nearly four million tourists visit Tunisia annually. While the majority of these tourists are Europeans seeking sun, sea and sand, Tunisia offers the sophisticated traveler many more enticing attractions. As the breadbasket for the Roman Empire, the northern part of Tunisia is filled with wonderful antiquity sites, with many still to be excavated. These are often in portions of the country that have thus far, been spared the mass tourist development found in many coastal resorts. In addition, the south of Tunisia offers exotic desert landscapes, dotted with oases and architecture of a style that has changed little throughout the centuries. Tunisia is a reflection of the many cultures that have inhabited it, from its indigenous Berbers, to Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, Ottomans and the French, to name a few. In addition, the warmth of the people is found throughout the country. Taking the time to read about Tunisia before you visit will help you get the most out of your trip. Please visit our
  • 95. Football Culture, Fans, Fan Writers' World Cup Knockout!
    For almost all Tunisians, football is their favourite sport. It’s so popular inTunisia from Bizert in the north, to Borj el Khadra in the south near Libya.
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    Mohamed Lamine Oueslati, 48 year old puchasing manager
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    : "a serious man but sociable and very friendly"
    I will follow the World Cup : "on TV, radio and internet" Why I love the World Cup
    Every four years, for a four weeks, the world cup tournament takes place and gives us a wonderful feeling, all over the world.
    For the fans, only football can give them such emotions. They may suffer, but they enjoy it. That’s the secret of this fantastic game.
    For almost all Tunisians, football is their favourite sport. It’s so popular in Tunisia from Bizert in the north, to Borj el Khadra in the south near Libya. It pulls people together, both young and old, poor and rich.
    I remember when I was a student in my final year at University and I was doing my final exams. I couldn’t revise suitably. Why? Only because it was the first appearance of Tunisia in the world cup finals being held in Argentina. When our team won the first match against Mexico 3 –1, parties started all over the country. The streets became crowded people were singing and dancing.
    The newspapers were all sold out early the next day and a precedent was set for Tunisia when a second edition was published. I really saw how a game can be a strong link for a community just as cement is for a building.

    96. UNESCO <--> Netaid | Culture | Old School Revitalization, Medina, Tunisia
    Alleviating Poverty through culture (Human Rights). culture Projects.The projects presented here illustrate UNESCO's approach solidarity
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    The projects presented here illustrate UNESCO's approach : solidarity and sharing make UNESCO "the House of giving and receiving" (Léopold Sedar Senghor). We invite you to support our action by making a financial contribution to the projects of your choice.
    Old school revitalization (Tunis) French colonial building restored as traditional crafts school The project falls within the Municipality of Tunis' larger programme "Oukalas Project" for the improvement of the social and urban environment of the city. By rehabilitating this colonial period building (15 classrooms on 3 stories) and establishing a school for traditional crafts in it an important objective of the local authorities' programme. Continue
    LEAP (Local Effort And Preservation) (Asia Pacific) Cultural heritage preservation through local communities LEAP is a regional project for the use of heritage conservation as a tool for job creation, poverty alleviation and sustainable human development in Asia and the Pacific. The objective of LEAP is to allow populations living within or near heritage sites throughout the region to become involved in management and conservation efforts and as an effect, extract economic and social benefits. Continue
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    Population: 9,593,402 (July 2000 est.)
    noun: Tunisian(s) adjective: Tunisian Ethnic groups: Arab 98%, European 1%, Jewish and other 1% Religions: Muslim 98%, Christian 1%, Jewish and other 1% Languages: Arabic (official and one of the languages of commerce), French (commerce) Literacy: definition: age 15 and over can read and write total population: 66.7% male: 78.6% female: 54.6% (1995 est.) Tunisia Overview Tunisia History Tunisia Culture Tunisia Geography ... Tunisia Pictures With us you enjoy the benefits of our exclusive agreements with the world's leading luxury cruise lines, luxury hotels and luxury tour companies. This brings you unsurpassed value in the world of upscale travel, including outstanding amenities such as complimentary upgrades, privileged access opportunities and private events at many top international and domestic destinations. Our Virtuoso Travel Consultants are known around the world by sophisticated traveler's for the extraordinary value of our custom designed luxury vacations, and excellent, dedicated service. Our professional services suit the world's most demanding travelers. Our name opens doors and guarantees value. Our network of specialists span the world. We can get get you the best luxury vacation accommodations when others fail!

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