The 1970s also saw the emergence of Libya's first modern female signers, such as Abeer and Tunis Meftah.
If he had remained, “we would have one fewer protest on the streets of Tunis.”
Tunis at night feels increasingly more like a Gulf country than it did before the Arab Spring.
That movement spread to Tunis, Cairo, Benghazi, and Daraa, and later Damascus and Aleppo.
With a breathtaking view over the bay and the ruins of Carthage, we could see all the way back to Tunis and the Kasbah.
On the Lake of Tunis, close to the city, there is very good flamingo shooting.
Tunis and Algiers have also been great receptacles for the slaves of the Sudan.
"I swan, Tunis, you come at a mighty handy time," declared Cap'n Ira.
You stroll around just as you would in the bazaars of Tunis.
This sufficed not only for Tunis, but also for Tripoli and Algiers.
Note: In the sixth century b.c., Tunisia became the center of power for the city of Carthage.
Note: Tunisia was a French protectorate from 1881 to 1956, when it achieved independence.